Ronnie O’Sullivan will compete at the first event of the 2013/14 snooker season in China.
World snooker rankings after the World Championship, with victor Ronnie O'Sullivan moving up nine places following his first major tournament for a year.
Ronnie O'Sullivan won a fifth World Championship title against Barry Hawkins with a rousing 18-12 success in Sheffield.
Full list of results from the 2013 World Championship at Sheffield's Crucible Theatre.
Century breaks from the 2013 World Championship at Sheffield's Crucible Theatre.
Barry Hawkins completed a strong comeback against Ricky Walden to reach the World Championship final 17-14 in Sheffield.
Ronnie O'Sullivan closed on a remarkable comeback from a year out of the game as he beat Judd Trump 17-11 to reach the final.
Barry Hawkins roared back to level his World Championship semi-final with Ricky Walden at 12-12.
Ronnie O’Sullivan stretched his World Championship semi-final lead over Judd Trump to 14-10 despite a referee's ticking off.
Barry Hawkins won five of eight frames in the second session of their World Championship semi-final to trail Ricky Walden 9-7.
Ricky Walden set up a World Championship semi-final of the outsiders against Barry Hawkins after beating Michael White 13-6.
Judd Trump claimed an epic final-frame decider to beat Shaun Murphy 13-12 in a superlative and gripping quarter-final.
Barry Hawkins won four straight frames over a tired Ding Junhui to reach the last four of the World Championship with a 13-7 success.
Ricky Walden was too good for Michael Holt in their World Championship opener, beating him 10-1 in their first-round match.
Defending titlist Ronnie O'Sullivan will meet Marcus Campbell in the opening round of the World Championships at the Crucible.
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