Why can't he translate them into wins ? Is it as easy to say that he hasn't got the bottle or are is it not a coincidence to say that his opponent just manages to play better on the day than him often, because that was definitely the case in this quarter-final defeat to Ding, he was beaten by the better player.
Is it a case of Selby needing one good run at a tournament where his draw opens up right the way through and he gets a win which will open the floodgates for him ?
Do you think Selby will ever fulfill his potential ?
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