When is Ronnie O’Sullivan playing next and who is his opponent? Dates & times as snooker legend competes for titles


RONNIE O’SULLIVAN is arguably the greatest ever player to grace a snooker table – so you don’t want to miss him in action.

The snooker legend is a SEVEN-time world champion and holds many records including the fastest maximum break, highest number of century breaks, and the most Triple Crown event titles (23).

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And O’Sullivan has pocketed a lot of winnings during his illustrious career which is highlighted by his approximate net worth of £14million.

Several reports suggested that The Rocket is planning to bring down the curtain on his golden 32-year snooker career after admitting that he has fallen out of love with the demands of the game.

However, O’Sullivan himself revealed that he is NOT going to retire as he is enjoying one of his finest seasons after previously winning the Shanghai Masters, UK Championship and Masters.

Ronnie is also leading the way on the snooker leaderboard which is another reason why he finds it hard to walk away from the sport.

But fans all want to know when is the snooker legend next in action.

When is Ronnie O’Sullivan playing next and who is his opponent?

Ronnie O’Sullivan is scheduled to go up against John Higgins TONIGHT – Tuesday, March 5

The Rocket is participating in the quarter-final of the Riyadh Season World Masters of Snooker.

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Is Ronnie O’Sullivan playing at the World Open 2024?

Ronnie O’Sullivan is all set to play at the World Open 2024 where he will face Welshman Michael White in his opening fixture.

The snooker legend’s opening match is scheduled to take place on Tuesday, March 19 from 11:30am GMT.

And the World Open will be held in the Yushan Sports Center in China which starts on Monday, March 18 before concluding on Sunday, March 24.

Where does Ronnie O’Sullivan want to retire?

Ronnie O’Sullivan revealed that he plans on ending his illustrious snooker career in Asia.

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Speaking in March 2023, The Rocket said: “I’d like to finish my career off in Asia. This is where snooker is more popular – like in China, Thailand and Hong Kong.

“With Covid it was possible to come here. My sponsors like to see me in Asia.

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“When things open up more, I may play more in Asia and skip a few events in the UK. I cannot do them all.

“It’s always good to play a local favourite, whether that is Ken Doherty in Ireland, John Higgins in Scotland, Mark Williams in Wales, James Wattana here in Thailand or Ding Junhui in China. Those are fantastic occasions.”

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