Ronnie O’Sullivan Admits Breaking Rules, Insists “I’m Not a Liar” – Daily Star

Ronnie O’Sullivan Admits Breaking Rules, Insists “I’m Not a Liar” – Daily Star

The Rocket admitted 22-year-old Page presented a tough test and revealed he was feeling as good as he has done for the past seven years. O’Sullivan went as far as to say he had played “terribly” for two years but still managed to win, and that he was “not a liar” when it came to admitting he is not playing well, despite his obvious talent. We also treat our community members to competitions, special offers, promotions, and adverts from us and our partners.

If you don’t like our community, you can check out any time you like. To leave our community click on the name at the top of your screen and choose Exit group. The 48-year-old said: “I don’t lie when I say I am not playing well.

A lot of people think I am but I am not a liar. I saw what I feel. “I know the ability is there, it is just finding the right formula sometimes.

I have already broken the rules for snooker, I am still going at 48, 49 and I am seeing what is possible now. What is possible in this game and how long can you keep going for? “Can I win a World Championship at 50, who knows?

I am probably the only player able to do that but let’s see, let’s have an experiment. See PA story SNOOKER York. I have been doing it for 30 years.

I have had the greatest career of any snooker player. “How many people can say they have been the best or most successful in their job ever. I have to really give myself a pat on the back because I don’t, I am hard on myself.

Nobody has achieved what I have achieved on a table statistically. What is possible? I don’t know.

Statistically probably this would be [my best season] but playing wise, definitely not.”


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