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The Editor's Blog

2015 World Snooker Championship

Ronnie gets himself up for the big ranking tournaments

The current snooker season has been a real breath of fresh air, and the changes implemented by Barry Hearn are really beginning to pay dividends and breathe new life into the sport.

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The Editor's Blog

O'Sullivan and Agassi: A Kinship Across Sports

UK Championship Indicative Of An Unorthodox Character And Career

Why Ronnie O'Sullivan's win at The UK Championship, which featured physical injury, mental lapses and a last-minute comeback, begs comparison to tennis' biggest personality.

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Mark Selby

Mark Selby

The Crucible can do strange things to a player

"If you’re playing well, it’s the best venue, but if you’re struggling, it’s the worst."

Mark Selby looks ahead to his World Championship first-round match against Michael White.

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Barry Hawkins

Barry Hawkins

Great expectations for World Championship

"I was really chuffed to win my second ranking event. It shows I wasn’t a one-hit wonder."

Barry Hawkins on the confidence taken from winning the Player's Championship ahead of this year's Crucible tournament.

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Barry Hawkins

Barry Hawkins

A bit of a China crisis

"I don't know if it’s because my family is back in England and I get a bit homesick, but I need to find ways of handling it better."

Barry Hawkins is eager to improve his record in China - but first there's the World Championships to consider.

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David Grace

David Grace

What a great set-up at the Welsh Open

"Joe Johnson split the pack up from behind and I made a break of about 30, which felt like about 100 at the time!"

David Grace on playing some of the game's greats, and a tribute to Paul Hunter at the Northern Snooker Centre in Leeds.

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