I think that Judd was the player of the last season. He has the cue ball on the string during the finals, something which can´t be said regarding Ronnie O´Sullivan. Or Kyren Wilson. And so on..
Judd dominated the last season, Ronnie was a no-show. Fair play to Kyren as he got better of on-song Martin Gould and Judd Trump during the long formats! That´s brilliant, for sure. McGill can´t pot a serious ball from the distance, no idea why he wasted his energies during that tartan-battle. Kyren was a mess, tried too difficult stuff with the cue ball, but I knew he would get better. As he can learn.
Kyren can learn, so....
2020-21. My guess still will be Judd. He has amazing head during the finals, the cue ball is on the string.
Mark Selby and John Higgins both played some seriously good and great stuff during the last season. Selby played like 50 brilliant counter-snookers, which ain´t easy at all. Higgins has had 5 or so great years now on the trot. Every year he has done something really great in Sheffield. Mostly it has been his trademark pack-split of the black. This time he made 147 also.
I feel that my critics towards Ronnie was correctly done, as he can´t keep his level during the big finals. Obviously he played well during the route, surely I also knew that. But compare Ronnie to current and modern Judd Trump, and you probably got it.
So much to see, so little time. How to choose?
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