Snooker legend Ronnie O’Sullivan hopes all-access documentary on his life will emulate the critically acclaimed Senna movie
- Ronnie O’Sullivan desires movie to be like that of late F1 nice Ayrton Senna
- World No 1 has given a digital camera crew all-areas entry on the Crucible this week
- He performs his second spherical match on Friday on the World Championship
Ronnie O’Sullivan hopes his new documentary might be snooker’s answer to Senna.
The world No 1 has given a digital camera crew all-areas entry on the Crucible as a part of a brand new movie about his life.
And O’Sullivan has revealed he desires his movie to be like that of late Formula One nice Ayrton Senna, which received vital acclaim after its launch in 2010.
Ronnie O’Sullivan has given a digital camera crew all-areas entry on the Crucible this week
‘I informed them, “You’ve got as much access as you need. If we’re going to do it let’s do it bloody good”,’ mentioned the 46-year-old, who performs within the second spherical of the World Championship on Friday.
‘It was quite inspiring to watch the Senna film. It was more about his human side. He was very focused on being the best. A born winner. I am not like that. I am more artistic.
‘We are very different characters so it’s fairly bizarre how I’m drawn in direction of somebody who’s the other of me, however I cherished him.’
In Sunday’s Crucible motion, three-time champion Mark Williams recorded 4 century breaks as he cruised previous Michael White 10-3 to arrange an all-Welsh second-round meeting with Jackson Page