The 2022 World Snooker Championships have received a lot of attention as the final battle of the season, and the "Special Olympics" of Ronnie O'Sullivan and Judd Trump has also become the final peak of the season.
I believe that many domestic fans have stayed up late in recent days to watch the game, and the two top stars of Snooker Sports have staged a wonderful duel in the first two stages, but for Trump, this showdown may once again become a career pain point.
Although Trump made the opening in the first stage of the match between the two sides, he was met with a crazy counterattack by O'Sullivan in the next round, winning five consecutive shots of two over 130+ and staging a magical bag flip performance in the fourth set to amaze many fans.
Trump withstood the pressure to take the final two sets 3-5 temporarily behind, but there were also some small episodes in the first stage, the eighth game O'Sullivan in the foul after returning to the court quarrel scene with the referee once out of control, after the game O'Sullivan was even angrier that Mathilier was "looking for fault".
In the second stage, O'Sullivan did not affect his mentality, while Trump continued to be in a slump and his poor performance allowed O'Sullivan to seize the opportunity to win seven of the sets to lead Trump 12-5.
In the crucial third stage, Trump finally found his state of being, seizing the opportunity for O'Sullivan to let down his guard and blasted out his first personal shot to chase three innings in a row, watching the score continue to approach O'Sullivan also entered the break with a 13-8 score of 13-8 by stabilizing the situation with a 60+ shot.
After the break, it is obvious that O'Sullivan's state is not as good as the first two stages, and he can't win the game after many starts, while Trump has gradually regained the feeling of the game through several consecutive sets of victories, and has fired two consecutive 60+ shots to chase the score to 10-13.
In the last two sets of the third stage, O'Sullivan forced Trump to miss a 50+ chance to complete the second set of the stage through defense, and in the twenty-fifth set, Trump played again with a luck ball and finally completed the super score in response to a 6-2 aggregate score of 11-14 to make the game suspenseful.
The entire third stage of O'Sullivan may have been too big before the lead as if there was no inevitable determination to break the Hendry World Championship record of 16 strokes over 100 in advance, and Trump also seized this opportunity to continuously narrow the score gap, so that the championship of this world championship is once again suspenseful.
The tie-breaker stage will continue at 2:00 a.m. the next day, and it remains to be seen who can reach the top of Crucible and lift the trophy!