Ronnie O’Sullivan says he is not ready to retire from Snooker

Snooker legend Ronnie O’Sullivan says that he isn’t ready after winning the Shanghai Experts for a third year in the weekend to retire in the game yet.
The 43-year-old was building his first appearance since losing to James Cahill in the first round of the World Championship in April and he recuperated from a scratchy start to claim a thrilling victory on Shaun Murphy and # prize.
World No two O’Sullivan is showing no signs of slowing up and expects to be competing in China”for many years to come”.
O’Sullivan wrote in an Instagram article:”Very pleased to have obtained the Shanghai masters to the third time on the trot. . It’s been a trip. . With some excellent games to participate in. . Excellent way to start my season. . Now I’m looking ahead to what is next. . Boy I adore Shanghai and China what a great place to see and work. . Will soon come back here for several years to come. .”
‘The Rocket’ assured Snooker fans that he isn’t prepared to hang up his cue only however, comparing himself along with Tiger Woods as he seems to continue adding more silverware to his trophy cabinet.
He also informed the official site of World Snooker:”I always just try to hang in there. It’s a little like Seve Ballesteros or Tiger Woods with the way they play golf. They are not outside of it since every now and then they could create a bit of magical. That’s the trademark of my game really.
“I only play events once I feel like it, so I do not class myself with the men that are out there. They have a whole lot to prove and a whole lot. I really don’t have anything to prove to anybody. I believe it is simply nice for snooker fans to see me play and they need me to keep going for as long as I can. They don’t expect me to prove myself anymore so I have another version that’s about loving it.
“For the other guys like Shaun, Judd Trump and Neil Robertson they still need to attempt to chase the records I have obtained if they wish to go down as one of the greats. It’s alright doing it in three or two years or a season. You must do it within two years or a decade. I’ve done this.”
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