Ronnie O’Sullivan Speaks Of Relaxed Approach After Beating Yuan Sijun In The English Open

October 29, 2019

As the greatest snooker player of all time, Ronnie O’Sullivan doesn’t even care about his performance.

The Rockets have offered a low-level game for some time, but his laissez-faire attitude seems to have reached a whole new level this week at the 19.com British Open.

The Rockets defeated the underage Jamie O’Neill 4-3 in the opener and cut a similarly uninteresting character in the second round of confrontation with Chinese teenager Yuan Sijun. This is another The game requires a decisive game.

In the first game, Yuan Yuanfei beat the opponent with a score of 2-0 with a 2-0 lead, and then took Osullivan’s vision in West Sussex with a one-ton advantage.

The 2017 champion responded to half of the deficit, but after surrendering for three and a half cents, he finished fourth and entered the next round.

Although O’Sullivan admits the talent of young opponents on the table, he admits he is not too worried about the results when playing the ball.

He said: “I was prepared to lose, but the win is a bonus.” “Everything that happened this week is good for me, so I am very relaxed there.

“Yuan really is doing very well. He is an excellent talent and a good player. He is capable of playing many games, so sometimes it is difficult.

“I may be the best snooker player of all time. I don’t judge what I am doing. I just go there to play, no matter what happens, it’s a win-win situation.”

In the face of a busy winter schedule, O’Sullivan outlined how he defined the Crawley Championship as an ideal opportunity to prepare for some of the big games in the sport.

However, although many of Snooker’s main players will succeed in the Triple Crown competition, and the three competitions will begin in the British Championship next month, the 43-year-old Snooker insists that he will focus on his main energy. Put it on the game in China.

He said: “I will give priority to certain competitions. I am looking forward to participating in the Yushan competition at the end of the month because I like the World Open.

“The most famous events are no longer in my vision; I am more interested in going to China. I prefer the game and there are some great friends and relatives there.

“So for me, now I will go back to practice the next round because I focus on keeping a low profile and staying in top shape for the rest of the season.”