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Masters 2017

The 2017 Masters runs from 15-22 January at the Alexandra Palace, London.


Ronnie O'Sullivan 10-7 Joe Perry

Ronnie O'Sullivan 6-4 Marco Fu
Joe Perry 6-5 Barry Hawkins

Ronnie O'Sullivan 6-3 Neil Robertson
Marco Fu 6-2 Mark Allen
Barry Hawkins 6-3 Mark Selby
Joe Perry 6-1 Ding Junhui

Ronnie O'Sullivan 6-5 Liang Wenbo
Ding Junhui 6-3 Kyren Wilson
John Higgins 5-6 Mark Allen
Stuart Bingham 1-6 Joe Perry
Judd Trump 5-6 Marco Fu
Neil Robertson 6-3 Ali Carter
Mark Selby 6-5 Mark Williams
Shaun Murphy 1-6 Barry Hawkins

posted on 22/1/17

Needs 2 more UK championship wins to go 1st in that, 3 more world championships.

Has probably 4-5 more years so will have to get a move on

comment by RKW (U13169)

posted on 22/1/17

I think he will play until he beats at least the Worlds record if not the UK as well.

posted on 22/1/17

Not a great standard but a 7th Masters win.

If he wins 2 more Worlds (very unlikely) then he will have won the most majors ever and 7 World Titles.

For me, that would make him the best ever. Don't think he will ever win the Worlds playing like that though

comment by KLS (U1695)

posted on 22/1/17

He's the most talented player ever and most enjoyable to watch.

comment by KLS (U1695)

posted on 22/1/17

I think he's only playing snooker nowadays for the money.

He must make a few million a year in endorsements alone and why not take advantage?

Looking forward to his new show starting on history next week!

posted on 22/1/17

Be glad when he retires so he can write more fiction books! Fkin good author

posted on 22/1/17

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posted on 22/1/17

Sad to admit but i'm definitely one of them that is more of a Ronnie fan than a snooker fan. I like snooker but i enjoy it much more when i'm watching Ronnie playing, like i went to the hawkins v selby match Friday and it was good but it was just missing that buzz

posted on 22/1/17

Ronnie was on his B game most of the week bar maybe one session, he rode his luck at times but it was amazing that he could still grind out a 7th Masters when not playing at his imperious best.

The World Championships is more of a marathon and can take its toll on the older players, I think Ronnie can win another world title but it will be getting harder for him every year now, especially with the standard as it is these days.

I think if Ronnie had Hendry`s temperament, he would have broken all records by now.

comment by RKW (U13169)

posted on 23/1/17

I think Ronnie is trying his best to make up for lost time. If he was offered the chance I reckon he'd go back to the days where mentally he was all over the place and try to do more then.

KLS - not a bad way to live, £200,000 in his back pocket after last night's win!

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