World No 1 and seven-time world champion Ronnie O’Sullivan demonstrates during a snooker lesson at his newly opened academy in Singapore. Photo: AFP
World No 1 and seven-time world champion Ronnie O’Sullivan demonstrates during a snooker lesson at his newly opened academy in Singapore. Photo: AFP

Quarantine changes could spare snooker stars from ‘closed loop’ for Hong Kong Masters

  • Scrapping of hotel quarantine policy for arrivals is welcomed by snooker officials ahead of star-studded October event
  • But organisers still have matters to discuss with government, because world’s leading players could yet be affected by Hong Kong’s new border policy

World No 1 and seven-time world champion Ronnie O’Sullivan demonstrates during a snooker lesson at his newly opened academy in Singapore. Photo: AFP
World No 1 and seven-time world champion Ronnie O’Sullivan demonstrates during a snooker lesson at his newly opened academy in Singapore. Photo: AFP
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