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Ronnie O’Sullivan ‘received the World Snooker Championship as a result of he felt unhealthy for the TV crew’

Ronnie O’Sullivan received a seventh world canter title this yr (Picture: Getty Pictures)

Ronnie O’Sullivan received his seventh world title this yr, however solely as a result of he was attempting to offer filmmakers with a present that chronicled his each transfer for an upcoming documentary, he claims.

In Sheffield this yr, the Rocket drew much more consideration than common, with a movie crew following him all over the place and even a microphone sewn into his vest to file audio throughout his video games.

The documentarians adopted the 46-year-old within the run-up to the World Cup after which obtained entry to all areas throughout his time in South Yorkshire as he sauntered to a record-breaking seventh World Cup title.

The Rocket appeared as targeted as ever as he brushed apart Dave Gilbert, Mark Allen, Stephen Maguire, John Higgins after which Judd Trump within the finale, and he says this was as a result of documentary being filmed.

Regardless of his emotional response to getting his fingers on the trophy once more, the world primary hinted that he didn’t essentially wish to win the world title, however put within the further work as a result of the filmmakers have been there.

“I made a decision a very long time in the past that if one thing was getting an excessive amount of stress, or I used to be like, you understand what, I’m probably not having fun with it, then it’s in all probability higher that I lose and another person has that seat,” O ‘Sullivan SNTV.

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O’Sullivan was very emotional after defeating Judd Trump (Picture: Getty Pictures)

“And I felt that in this World Cup. I didn’t actually take pleasure in it. However I had this movie crew following me, so I believed I higher strive as a result of they observe me.

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“In order that’s why I received it. It wasn’t as a result of I needed to win it. It was simply that I felt sorry for the TV crew.”

O’Sullivan says he would like to not have the additional stress that comes with returning to the highest of the snooker tree, suggesting he would fortunately slip out of the highlight any further.

‘I don’t even like to speak about it Snooker,’ he said. “I like playing it, but I don’t really want to be involved in it.

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The O’Sullivan documentary is sure to be outstanding (Image: Getty Images)

“So obviously winning the World Cup turned everything around and everyone was like, ‘Ah, you’re world champion, number one in the world,’ I was like, oh no, I don’t want to be known as that person anymore.

“I just want to enjoy my life, you know, but when you’re in the spotlight, everyone gets excited. I’m like, I don’t really want to be that person anymore.’

Immediately after the final in Sheffield, O’Sullivan hinted that he was more focused thanks to the Crucible’s extra cameras, but it sounded more like excitement than unwanted pressure.

“It was a bit of a challenge I was up for and sometimes I like a distraction. It was a bit of a buzz,” he said.

“I’m good with pressure so having the crew around wasn’t a problem. In a way it might have inspired me. And things just seem to work – so I’m not surprised it ended up that way.

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https://metro.co.uk/2022/06/14/ronnie-osullivan-won-world-snooker-championship-because-he-felt-bad-for-tv-crew-16823165/ Ronnie O’Sullivan ‘received the World Snooker Championship as a result of he felt unhealthy for the TV crew’