Andre147 PGC wrote: Cannonball wrote: TheRocket wrote:
Snooker Overdrive wrote:Like I said, Ronnie always shares the frames in the second session if he has a good lead. He did it against Ding, Selby and Campbell in the last 12 months.
You're right SO but nevertheless he looks a little bit nervy out there but I mean, at the end it doesn't matter, just win the frames, no matter how.
He's said before that he sometimes lacks motivation to do what he is capable of. I think when it gets a bit pedestrian, or scrappy and he's in front, the switches off a little, not a lot, but enough to give the other guy a chance. I think he's turning into an afternoon player. I wonder if he likes early to bed, early to rise and running in the morning. Is he turning into an afternoon player?
It's funny actually because before he took Running seriously he couldn't play well in morning and afternoon sessions, but now it's the opposite in fact, and I'm glad because he will have a lot of afternoon sessions along this tournament.
Same thing happened to me. I wrote a Ph.D. in the evenings/night but these days, mornings are ok, whereas before they were merely for contemplation, and afternoons are the best. I'd much rather play snooker before dinner than after it now. Age!
I think he does the school run as well, and that's a 7am start.