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LONDON - Fans' favourite Ronnie O'Sullivan squeezed past Joe Perry 6-5 in the Wembley Masters first round in London on Sunday and then warned that snooker is suffering a painfully slow death.
O'Sullivan said he was so frustrated with snooker he even broke the cue with which he won last year's world championship, before his match with Perry and said the game needed radical surgery if it were to have a future.
"If someone like [boxing promoter] Barry Hearn came in and started doing with snooker what he has done with darts and made it interesting and lively, that might make coming to tournaments and enthusiasm to play a little bit different." - Sapa-AFP