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Ronnie O’Sullivan races past Ryan Day to reach World Championship quarter-finals as Wilson KOs O’Connor

Ronnie O’Sullivan reacts (Photo credit: Mike Egerton/Alamy)

Ronnie O’Sullivan resumes his bid for an historic eighth World Championship title with a Second Round tie against Ryan Day at The Crucible.

O’Sullivan is embarking on a record 32nd consecutive Crucible campaign and is vying to become the outright most successful player in the modern history of the competition.

Having already secured the UK Championship and Masters titles this season, the 48-year-old is also looking to create another slice of personal history by recording a first seasonal Triple Crown, with only Steve Davis, Stephen Hendry and Mark Williams having achieved the feat to date.

O’Sullivan, who made his World Championship debut at the tender age of 17 back in 1993, has gone on to reach eight finals in Sheffield and has made three maximum breaks, including his record fastest in 1997 at five minutes and eight seconds.

This season, ‘The Rocket’ has handpicked his playing schedule to great effect, with his UK Championship and World Grand Prix triumphs taking his tally of career ranking titles to 41.

He has also won The Masters, Shanghai Masters and Saudi World Masters and finished runner-up at the Tour Championship earlier this month.

O’Sullivan opened up with a 10-1 demolition of Jackson Page in Round One and now faces Day in the sport’s showpiece event for the first time since 2006.

Day is appearing in the Last 16 of the World Championship for the first time since 2014 after reeling off five frames in a row from 8-5 down to defeat 15th seed Barry Hawkins.

The Welshman, who won two qualifying matches to secure his return to The Crucible, remains on the periphery of the world’s top 16 and was a ranking event winner as recently as 2022 at the British Open.

Three times a Crucible quarter-finalist, Day is aiming to equal his best run in this illustrious event and blow the tournament wide open by knocking out the red hot favourite.

O’Sullivan has won six of their eight previous meetings, including a 13-10 success at this stage of the 2006 World Championship, with Day’s last head-to-head success coming in 2011 at the China Open.

The match gets under way from 10am BST on Sunday for a maximum of eight frames, resuming at 7pm, before being played to a finish over the best of 25 from 10am on Monday.

Either 2015 World Champion Stuart Bingham or six-time ranking finalist Jack Lisowski will await the winner in the quarter-finals.

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