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Mark Selby told Central News his match against Ronnie O'Sullivan was tough and that he took it one ball and one frame at a time. The Leicester snooker player won the World Championship last night.
Leicester's Mark Selby has dedicated his snooker world title win to his late father, who died just two months before he turned professional aged 16.
The Jester from Leicester clinched his first world championship last night, beating Ronnie O'Sullivan 18-14 in the final. With the win, he rises to the top of the world rankings.
Leicester's Mark Selby is trailing Ronnie O'Sullivan by three frames to four in the early stages of the World Snooker Championships final.
The 2007 runner-up has clung on despite being dominated by the five-times champion O'Sullivan in the early stages of the first session.
The 'Jester-from-Leicester' is hoping to win his first world title.
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