SnookerFan wrote: Cloud Strife wrote:
Let's not build Fu up into something he's not. Yes, he's been playing solid lately, but if Ronnie raises his level a notch or two he should win fairly comfortably, IMO.
The way people are going on anyone would be forgiven for thinking Fu is a cross between peak Hendry, Davis and Higgins all rolled into one!
There's nothing wrong with giving Fu credit. He won the Scottish Open last month, and played well in beating Trump and Allen.
But surely he should try to be more straightforward.. He would soon have many new fans. Obviously he has it all, sometimes he is just too tentative. But his late results are so good that I don´t have a case to write this. But some of his shots selections are matter of fans are accusing him of trying to deny the common sense.
They are funny and entertaining. Both. Some of Marco´s shot selections and the fans. Just thinking Marco should have more fans and a fan-base.
Don´t know. Perhaps some day people wouldn´t be afraid of new innovations. Let´s think about Barry Hawkins. He has contributed much and is in the semis without yet making a century. With some really great playing, I hate to say I was right. Because I am also quite often wrong, just giving it a more thought of what I should try to write or predict. But I did analyse right how Barry is so good these days and why it is just he who has a great chance to win this tournament. He keeps the cue ball out of the cushions really well. He has always a good position to cue. Don´t know. Those are just a sort of things you could think would be good to Marco also. Just a case of not be afraid of any new innovations. Meanwhile it is must to think Ronnie has a huge advantage here with a massive crowd support.. Not just because of where is from but also because he is a much more straightforward.