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World Snooker Championship: Ronnie O'Sullivan wins record title against Judd Trump - Pure feelings after winning the final

World Snooker Championship: Ronnie O’Sullivan wins record title against Judd Trump – Pure feelings after winning the final

Trump then confirmed in an arena interview that it was an honor to be able to play this match with Ronnie O’Sullivan. He also thanked O’Sullivan again for the help and training with him as a young professional.

For his part, O’Sullivan praised Trump, saying, “He is indeed one of the greats of snooker because he plays the right way. Snooker can be proud and lucky to have him.”

Thanks to Judd Trump’s will and fighting spirit, the final match between the two turned into an exciting match. After O’Sullivan took a 12:5 lead after the first day, the initial decision appeared to have been made. But Trump played better again on day two and put O’Sullivan under a lot of pressure.

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Judd Trump pressed him from the start in the afternoon. He started with a score of 107 and won the first three tires of the course. Only in frame 21 did O’Sullivan regain some air with a score of 64 to make it 13:8 after Trump missed a tough combination in the middle.

But Trump’s race to catch up continued. It’s almost 10:13. A very difficult break of 55 points made O’Sullivan 14:10. Trump then needed luck and skill in the 25th frame: He flipped red and turned it to 105 to make it 11:14.

An open exchange of blows between two world champions

The evening then was an open exchange of blows between two exceptional players, marked by a major break on both sides. Trump threw it all in, but O’Sullivan was determined to stand up to him. “Rocket” fell by a break of 82 and 88 points to 16:11, but Trump responded with 64 points.

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A 75 then brought O’Sullivan inside the title frame. But Trump did not give up and answered with 109. That was also the 109th century of this World Cup. The record from the previous year was exceeded by a hundred breaks. But O’Sullivan had the last word with an 85 for a historic victory.

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