What are your favourite examples of awful grace in defeat??
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vodkadiet1 wrote:Morrissey is the most graceless in defeat (or victory). A dedicated Brexiteer but he produced great music along with the greatest guitarist (Johnny Marr).
Cloud Strife wrote:Judd Trump when he claimed an imaginary shoulder injury after losing to Rory at the Crucible.
Badsnookerplayer wrote:Cloud Strife wrote:Judd Trump when he claimed an imaginary shoulder injury after losing to Rory at the Crucible.
I think that match stung Judd quite badly. I think that Rory is the lowest ranked player ever to knock out a top eight player at the Crucible.
However please provide a link to give evidence that Judd claimed a shoulder injury.
I know what some posters are like on here. They will start saying you made it up as you are bitter at Judd's incredible recent success.
Andre147 wrote:I think the topic concerns most graceless in post match interview.
If not then Ronnie would take number 1 spot after conceding against Hendry at 4-1 down.
Pink Ball wrote:Marco Fu has always been snooker’s great pantomime villain, and with good reason. Refusing to shake players’ hands; swigging vodka and smoking fags during matches despite the ban; and his notorious spitting incident. Fu has to be well up there. Terrible in victory, too. Who could forget that time he called John Higgins a dirty tourist after he hammered him in the Scottish Open final? Or him telling Hazel Irvine that Ronnie O’Sullivan was finished after he beat him in the Grand Prix final?