Snooker Star Ronnie O'sullivan looks to the Young professionals in the industry with absolutely no competition and with the young hard in the court. "The younger players, the descendants, there are not so good. You would perhaps look as Amateurs. Or not even as Amateurs. Many of them are so bad,“ said the 44-year-old Englishman in a BBC Interview on the sidelines of the world championship in Sheffield.
He would probably lose "an Arm and a leg, so I fall out of the Top 50. The only reason why we are probably so good,“ said the five-time world champion. "That's why we're still around, it looks down so bad." O‘Sullivan, who has established in the course of his career, numerous records in the world rankings on Position six.
At this year's world Cup, O'sullivan plays the title; in the quarter-finals of the Superstar encounters a year older Welshman Mark Williams, against whom he had played in 1994 for the first time at the Welsh Open. On the question of whether he and Williams will also be part of in two decades, even to the top players, said O'sullivan: "Probably, if you'd asked me at the time. But if you look at the level, I'd say Yes.“
The world Cup would have on 18. April is set to begin, has been postponed due to the Coronavirus pandemic, but will now take place from 31. July to 16. August. The world Cup will be played without spectators. Originally, the tournament should serve as a test-run for the approval of the Fans, the British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, said the pilot project due to the increasing case numbers in the UK, but on the first day of the tournament ended.Updated Date: 11 August 2020, 03:19