Wednesday, 13 April 2011

O'Sullivan seeks motivational help

 Can anyone save Ronnie O'Sullivan's ailing snooker career?

Well, that's the task of psychologist Dr Steve Peters, who is working with the Rocket to help recapture his enjoyment for the game.

The world number 10's decision to seek help comes after he verbally told World Snooker he was quitting this year's World Championship.

When asked to put his withdrawal into writing, he reconsidered and is now working with the man who helped Great Britain's eight gold medal cyclists ahead of the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing.

You can read the full story here.

The journalist chooses to call this move a "last throw of the dice" for O'Sullivan, who has endured a torrid season.

But, surely this is a great sign. It proves Ronnie does still want to play snooker, and does still want to be successful. It shows his hunger hasn't completely vanished.

Good luck Ronnie!

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