Snooker – Ronnie O’Sullivan: ‘The Rocket’ Achieves 15th Maximum Break
Ronnie O’Sullivan hit his fifteenth professional maximum 147 break at the ongoing English Open 2018, 2 days in the wake of depicting the scene as a “hellhole”.
The 5-time world champ made the aggregate clearance in the last frame of his 2nd-round 4-0 whitewash of Allan Taylor at the K2 in Crawley.
IT’S THERE!!! ??
— Live Snooker (@Livesnooker) October 17, 2018
Be that as it may, he should share the £17,000 add up to prize after Thepchaiya Un-Nooh’s 147 on Tuesday.
On Monday Ronnie O’Sullivan, 42, censured the venue, saying it possessed an aroma like urine.
Be that as it may, the guarding champion was in wonderful shape against Essex cueman Taylor, additionally making a 135 break in the second edge, as he wrapped up triumph in a little more than 60 minutes.
In the mean time, world number one Mark Selby is out of the competition, losing 4-3 to individual Leicester potter Ben Woollaston on the final black.
It is O’Sullivan’s 2nd 147 in 2018, having made one against Elliot Slessor at the China Open in April.
Ronnie O’Sullivan on English Open venue in Crawley: “It’s a bit of a hellhole.
“I don’t know what this gaff is but I’ve just done an interview and all I can smell is urine.” #bbcsnooker
— Shamoon Hafez (@ShamoonHafez) October 15, 2018
His 200-plus breaks in the match likewise took the world number three to 956 professional career centuries.
Somewhere else on Wednesday, 2010 world champ Neil Robertson and world number 13 Ryan Day endured to the third round, yet China’s number two Liang Wenbo lost to Scotland’s Eden Sharav.
I love those ‘overlapping’ sporting moments, like Fred Davis playing Ronnie O’Sullivan. One of my favourites is Arnie Palmer and Tiger Woods both playing at the 95 Open. Have you rascals got any good ones?
— Nick Metcalfe (@Nick_Metcalfe) October 17, 2018
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