World snooker championship 2020. List of World Snooker Championship winners

The fourth and final round of qualifying, named "judgement day", took place on 13 and 14 April, with the winners qualifying for the main stage The qualifying draw was released on 10 July 2020
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The highest break was a 144 made by Shaun Murphy in his second round win over Yan Bingtao.

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Ronnie O'Sullivan v Mark Selby: World Snooker Championship 2020 Semi
Matches in the first round of the main draw were played as the best of 19 frames, second-round matches and quarter-finals played as the best of 25 frames, and the semi-finals were played over a maximum of 33 frames
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Higgins made a in the 12th frame of his second-round loss to
The previous year's semi-finalist led 5—4 in the first session, and won five of the next six to win 10—5 Selby then won the next four frames of the match to lead 7—5, before winning two more frames to win the second session 6—2
Qualifying for the main stages of the tournament took place between 5 and 14 April 2021 at the in Sheffield He revealed afterwards that he had doubted his form was good enough to win the event: "There was a part of me that decided that I didn't play enough — and I still probably don't play enough — to justify winning a tournament of this stature"

The agreement in 1964 was that there should be a minimum sidestake of 50 involved, that matches could be of any duration agreed by both participants, and that the challenger would be responsible for finding a suitable venue.

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Six-time champion observed that O'Sullivan's body language during the session might suggest he was "struggling" and "deteriorating"
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Wilson made a break of 53 in frame nine but then made a tactical error and lost the frame, before O'Sullivan took the next to lead 8—2