World Grand Prix Snooker 2020 – Ronnie O’Sullivan: ‘Impeccable’ Jude Trump could not play

Ronnie O’Sullivan Felt Judd Trump He played perfect snooker after losing 1-1 in the semifinals of the Milton Keynes World Grand Prix.

O’Sullivan’s fight against one of the top-form Trumps in his game, as well as the world’s number one World Cup triumph, turned into a triumph for the world champions.

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Trump rolled to 39 in a clean-cut move to 39-0 and seemed to have given him new hope after his opponent’s 655 runs were broken without O’Sullivan’s 711 motivation.

It proved to be a false dawn as the 2019 world champion returned with 100, 107 and kn9 runs after the mid-session interval to see him comfortably advance to the fourth top-ranking final of the campaign.

“I have no complaints. I didn’t give him a game and even if my game went on I still wouldn’t give him a game,” said O’Sullivan, who lost. Ali Carter, Barry Hawkins And Karen Wilson Never excelling at events. “He spread them on the lamps.

“Scoring for fun, very good protection – you can’t do that when your opponent is playing perfect snooker.

“Whenever you get a chance against Jad, you have to take them these days. If you don’t take it, it’s going to be your last.”

Trump will face the three-time world champion Selky Or his close friend Jack Lisovsky In the final of the best over on Sunday 19th frame, O’Sullivan said: “He’s defeated, but you have to play very well to wear him. He’s playing flawless snooker.

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“The boys who remained are capable of beating him, but it remains to be seen whether they can do so.”

“It will be interesting to see.”

Trump has won the English Open and the Northern Ireland Open, reaching the UK Championship final and the Champions League final, reaching two semifinals and a quarter-final this season.

He will be aiming for his third trophy of the season on Sunday and is thrilled to see his run-style lead 15-13 ahead of O’Sullivan.

“I can’t remember anyone starting a season like this,” he said. “I think Stephen Hendry reached six or seven finals in one season, in his prime.

“I haven’t seen the consistency I had this season. It inspires me to play more and even if Ronnie plays I hope to win. Very nice people.

“I just keep improving and reaching the end and in the end I will have some credit.”

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