But with his recent performance at Telford, where he didn't look like he cared a jot about playing, it's got me thinking. Obviously, not the first time Ronnie has looked like he can't be bothered, and that usually follows a performance of note from him. He can sometimes play one tournament badly, then feel he has a point to prove and blast people away. Especially at Wembley.
But what with his father out, his divorce, and kids to look after himself, has he finally given up? Betfred have him at 4-1 to win. A shocking price for Ronnie at Wembley. He's playing Mark Allen in the first round. A dangerous first round opponent, and one that has knocked him out of The Crucible in the past. Or are we just reading too much into one poor performance by Ronnie. Was it just a case of him disliking his breakfast one morning, and becoming unmotivated?
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