World No. 5 Kyren Wilson is beaten 6-0 by snooker star Judd Trump.


Judd Trump, a snooker legend, defeats world No. 5 Kyren Wilson 6-0.

Judd Trump, the world number one snooker player, has advanced to the final of the Champion of Champions tournament after defeating rival Kyren Wilson 6-0 at the University of Bolton Stadium.

Judd Trump stormed into Sunday’s Champion of Champions final by defeating Kyren Wilson on Friday night.

The Juddernaut thrashed the world No. 5 6-0 at the University of Bolton Stadium, aiming for his first victory in the prestigious tournament for past-year winners.

Despite his world No. 2 ranking behind Mark Selby after winning 11 titles in the last two seasons, most people consider Trump to be the best player in the game right now.

And, over the best of 19 frames tomorrow, the former world champion will try to claim another coveted prize and the £150,000 winner’s cheque.

Ronnie O’Sullivan and Neil Robertson defeated Trump in the previous two finals of this tournament.

“I’m chasing Judd down – and looking at who is above me,” Wilson said before the match.

But that only seemed to fuel his opponent’s rage, as Trump annihilated the Kettering player.

With the UK Championship looming next week, Trump will face either John Higgins or Yan Bingtao in the final.

“Winning the first frame calmed me down, and I kept Kyren on the back foot after that,” Trump said.

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“I stayed positive, and I nicked a couple of frames where I got in first.”

Keep your foot on the gas pedal and grab the match by the scruff of the neck.

“You know the top players will retaliate if you don’t.”

I can play better, and so far this season I haven’t really gotten out of second gear, and I’m nowhere near my best.

“It appears that my B and C games are good enough to compete against some of the best players.”

Wilson was jittery and unsure from the start, and Trump took advantage of several errors to take a 4-0 lead into halftime, helped by breaks of 88 and 82.

Wilson had chances to claw one back after the break, but he failed to do so, allowing Trump to move to a five-point lead with six minutes remaining.

And he quickly ended the match, becoming the first whitewash in a longer match between the two.

Meanwhile, John Higgins is aware of the most ardent skeptic.

The news is summarized by Brinkwire.


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