April 3, 2015

New Yorker profiles Ronnie O’Sullivan

I’m a poor snooker player, but a fan of the sport. It should come as no surprise that I found the New Yorker piece on snooker’s biggest star, Ronnie O’Sullivan, to be an interesting read. It’s a tale of doubt, anxiety, and the search for whatever it is that makes life worth loving. In other words, something for all of us there.

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