Wednesday, May 29, 2024

World Snooker Championship | Kyren Wilson only needs 3 more frames in the evening session to become world champion

Share

Once TheWarrior was unapproachable in the first session and The Silent Assassin didn’t show up at all – after all, after eight frames it was already 7-1 in favor of the Brit, a new Jones had emerged on Sunday evening. The Welshman lost the final frame in one black ball gameOtherwise he would have been right back in the game. However, both men went to sleep with an 11-6 score.

picture

World Snooker Championship | Intense battle during final frame – Kyren Wilson wins after black ball game

Yo-yo session

The 5 frames difference that was on the scoreboard at the start of the third session quickly became only three. Jones managed to complete the first two parts in no time. For a moment it seemed like a real comeback was in the making, but one scrappy frame errors from the Welshman allowed Wilson back into the game. The 2020 finalist immediately took two frames in a row, but saw the world number 44 do the same and come back to 13-10.

A fluke may have helped Jones close the gap to two, but it kept Wilson alive. Just like on Sunday afternoon, he showed no mercy to the Welshman’s mistakes, resulting in both men heading into the evening session with a 15-10 score. The first player to win eighteen frames can call himself a somewhat unorthodox 2024 snooker world champion. But both gentlemen won’t care about that for a moment!

picture

World Snooker Championship | Incredible fluke for Jak Jones – but it doesn’t help him gain frame

Where are you looking?

You can also watch the very last frames of the Snooker World Cup live tonight via Eurosport and discovery+! Also follow our channel on WhatsApp.

Source link

Read more

Local News