Snooker: Ronnie O'Sullivan has Singapore in sights after winning record-equalling 7th world title

Ronnie O'Sullivan confirmed he would be in Singapore to launch the Rossa snooker academy at The Grandstand on June 11, 2022. PHOTO: AFP
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SHEFFIELD - Ronnie O'Sullivan planned to celebrate his record-equalling seventh World Championship title with a few pints of Guinness, but the Rocket is also looking forward to making his way to Singapore in June and blazing a trail for the sport in the region.

On Monday (May 2), the 46-year-old world No. 1  beat fellow Englishman Judd Trump 18-13 at the Crucible to become the oldest man to win the world title, surpassing Welshman Ray Reardon, who won his sixth title aged 45 in 1978.

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