Shaun Murphy reveals bizarre injury dancing to Disney’s Greatest Hits

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World snooker champion Shaun Murphy has shown he was sidelined while dance into Disney’s Greatest Hits, after suffering a leg injury.
But the Englishman was determined to return for the Shanghai Experts – with prize money totalling #750,000.
Before his Donald Duck broke to receive a frame back, he led 5-0 in his first round game again.
After winning 6-1,” Murphy said of his injury:”It’s not perfect preparation.”
Winner at the Crucible in 2005, murphy, said the bizarre accident occurred when he was dancing around the living area on a Sunday afternoon with his son Harry.
“I felt something go in my leg. I believed for a minute I’d snapped my Achilles tendon, however, also the doctor afterwards told me when I had done that I would have gone down like a sack of spuds,” that the 37-year-old told World Snooker.
“He said that I might well have partly torn it and he told me to break it as much as possible, so I sat at the house for two weeks, doing my spouse’s mind in.
“I needed to pull out of the Paul Hunter Classic and I was relieved to have the ability to contact the table last week for a few days. It’s not perfect preparation but I’m happy to be here and for a win under my belt”
Five-time world champion Ronnie O’Sullivan didn’t hang around as he got his time running with a 6-0 whitewash of Zhang Yi and up.
O’Sullivan, who won the Shanghai name in 2018 and 2017, was playing to amateur James Cahill in the World Championship for the very first time since his shock opening round loss.
‘The Rocket’ pocketed #200,000 because of his Shanghai triumph this past year, when format which saw was adopted by the tournament it turned into the most lucrative invitation occasion in snooker.
And he promptly taken to the peak of the quickest average shot times, at 15.89 seconds – a week after it was revealed snooker was getting quicker.
“I have been at the peak of the game for 26 decades. For the previous nine or 10 years I have been the top player every season as well as different players. Selby in the past it had been [Judd] Trump. Other years it’s been [John] Higgins and [Mark] Williams,” he explained.
“My longevity has been fairly great. I would not say I am the finest in most departments, but I am effective in most. Are a great deal of tournaments up for grabs this season, but also a lot of players. It must be an exciting season.”
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