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(Reuters) - Ronnie O'Sullivan should withdraw from the World Snooker Championship if he has concerns about playing in front of fans amid the COVID-19 pandemic, defending champion Judd Trump has said.
(Reuters) - Spectators will not be allowed to attend pilot sports events for at least two weeks due to a spike in COVID-19 infection rates, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Friday putting a halt on plans to return to some kind of sporting normality.
(Reuters) - Five-times champion Ronnie O'Sullivan was in imperious form at the World Snooker Championship when he beat first round opponent Thepchaiya Un-Nooh of Thailand 10-1 in 108 minutes to set the record for the fastest match in Crucible history on Monday.
(Reuters) - Former world number one Ronnie O'Sullivan delivered a scathing attack on the next generation of snooker players after he made the quarter finals of the World Snooker Championship on Sunday.
(Reuters) - Fans will be allowed into Sheffield’s Crucible Theatre this weekend for the final of the World Snooker Championship as the British government on Thursday announced the resumption of a pilot programme to test the safe return of spectators to events.
(Reuters) - Park a snooker table inside Sheffield's Crucible Theatre and weird and wonderful things can occur.
LONDON (Reuters) - Ronnie O'Sullivan led Kyren Wilson 6-2 in an underwhelming opening session of the snooker world championship final on Saturday as Sheffield's Crucible Theatre again opened its doors to spectators.
(Reuters) - Ronnie O'Sullivan produced a devastating burst to crush Kyren Wilson 18-8 and claim a sixth world snooker title on Sunday.
(Reuters) - Barcelona remain keen on rebuilding their team around captain Lionel Messi and will do everything in their power to keep the Argentine forward, new technical secretary Ramon Planes said on Wednesday.
(Reuters) - Seven-times world champion Stephen Hendry will make a return to the professional game eight years after retiring, with the Scot taking up an invitational tour card to compete on the World Snooker Tour for at least the next two seasons.