Judd Trump has lashed out at Champion of Champions winner Ronnie O’Sullivan for failing to acknowledge his superb 147 in the final. And the Juddernaut, who did not win a penny for his maximum under the event rules, also insists that there should
Judd Trump has hit out at Ronnie O’Sullivan after the snooker great suggested taking money from the World Snooker Tour prize fund and placing into the women’s circuit. O’Sullivan – who crashed out of the British Open on Monday – raked in
World Snooker Tour president Barry Hearn has shut down Judd Trump and sided with Ronnie O’Sullivan about their views on moving from The Crucible. There have been growing claims that the World Snooker Championship should take place at a more modern venue.
O’Sullivan is regarded as one of the greatest snooker players to ever play the game and was in scintillating form throughout the Sheffield tournament as he produced a series of commanding displays. The Rocket raced into a 12-5 lead after the first
O’Sullivan’s tears continued when his wife and kids rushed down to see him before he took a seat in his chair to recompose himself. The snooker icon needed a moment to wipe away his tears with his towel before stepping back up
Ronnie O’Sullivan has caused yet more controversy at the Crucible in this year’s World Snooker Championship after refusing to shake the referee’s hand despite leading 5-3 going into the second session. The snooker icon, 45, progressed to the final after beating John
Ronnie O’Sullivan searches for a record-equalling seventh World Snooker Championship triumph as he faces Judd Trump in the final of the 2022 tournament. Trump, the 2019 world champion, comes in off a semi-final win over Mark Williams that he has dubbed his
Naomi Judd has died at the age of 76 following a battle with mental illness. Naomi was one half of The Judds, who were inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2021. Naomi’s death was announced by her daughter, actress Ashley Judd, in a heartfelt
Judd Trump has fired a warning shot to World No 1 Ronnie O’Sullivan ahead of a potential final against the legendary figure at the 2022 World Snooker Championship following his superb comeback victory over Stuart Bingham at the Crucible. Trump, who hit
Judd Trump has sensationally revealed that he is considering taking an extended break from snooker next season. A mentally drained Juddernaut admits that he is not enjoying the game – and that even the looming Betfred World Championship feels like a chore.