Ronnie O’Sullivan speaks out on ‘mad Londoners’ after Masters win over Jack Lisowski

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Ronnie O’Sullivan has admitted that he’d gotten so used to playing without a crowd on tour that seeing ‘mad Londoners’ in the crowd at the Alexandra Palace made him nervous.

“I was so nervous early on,” he said.

“It’s such a big crowd and we’ve been playing behind closed doors for so long I forgot what it was like playing in front of a crowd, let alone a crowd like this full of mad Londoners!”

O’Sullivan added: “It’s hard to carry over 2,000 Londoners when you are from London.

“If I didn’t deliver, I would have felt disappointed. There was huge pressure.

“I’m just enjoying myself and having fun. So I just want to keep enjoying it.”

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