Ronnie O’Sullivan said that he wishes he had not won his seventh world snooker championship title this year because he did not like the attention, pressure and expectations it brought. At the World Snooker Championship, snooker star Ronnie O’Sullivan was investigated for making a lewd gesture during the tournament finals, accusing umpire Olivier Martel of looking for trouble. Several times during his career, Snooker star Ronnie O’Sullivan said he would retire from playing. Ronnie O’Sullivan is back at World No.1 and has won two out of his past three world championships, and has done it while trying only to do what he likes to do in Snooker.

Ronnie O’Sullivan says biting the bullet and going the full distance to get the victory will ensure his success, but overall, he needs only put half of that effort into staying close to the top in the sport. The England international has won 39 ranked titles so far, holds nearly all of the game’s top records, and is set to end the season as the top-ranked player in the world. In 2007, O’Sullivan won his third master and his fourth British championship, the first ranked titles he had won for nearly three years. A brilliant comeback saw Ronnie OSullivan defeat the opening session at the World Cup as Judd Trump produced his best finals form to set up his second biggest upset in Crucible history following Denis Taylor’s famous comeback from 8-0 down to win 1985 final against Steve Davis.

Snooker star Ronnie O’Sullivan has lifted his seventh world championship crown, beating Judd Trump in the final of a tournament held in the iconic Crucible in May to equal Steven Hendry’s record. Suddenly, as Ronnie O’Sullivan won his record-equalling seventh world championship, he got 600 messages on his mobile, everyone saying how good he was doing, asking him when he was going for an eighth. During the 2020 World Snooker Championship, O’Sullivan openly criticised the standards of the emerging players entering the sport of Snooker, saying he had to lose an arm and a leg to drop out of the Top 50. At the 2020 World Snooker Championship, he came back from a 14-16 deficit in his semifinal match against Selby to win 17-16; he then defeated Kyren Wilson 18-8 in the final to win his sixth World Cup, setting new records with 37 Career Rankings titles and 20 Triple Crown titles.

Ronnie O’Sullivan admitted to Eurosport that he has had a tennis elbow for the past year and intends to take time off from playing. O’Sullivan has withdrawn from the BetVictor European Masters this week. On the weekend of September 24 and 25, in Milton Keynes, he is scheduled to play in the BetVictor World Mixed Doubles, which the Cazoo British Open will follow.