Ronnie O'Sullivan beats Judd Trump to win World Grand Prix title in Leicester

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Ronnie O'Sullivan beats Judd Trump to win World Grand Prix title in Leicester
O'Sullivan after winning the Masters earlier this year
O'Sullivan after winning the Masters earlier this year
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Ronnie O'Sullivan (48) has won the 2024 World Grand Prix after beating Judd Trump (34) 10-7 in Leicester.

It is a 41st career ranking title for the world number one and his third World Grand Prix.

Trump (the world number two) got off to a flying start, taking a 4-0 lead before O'Sullivan pulled it back to 5-3 at the break.

'The Rocket' went 6-3 down in the evening session, but a stunning comeback saw him claim the crown.

Speaking afterwards, O'Sullivan told ITV: "Judd blasted off the table to go 4-0 up and I thought this could be an early night.

"I managed to nick a few frames this afternoon and at 5-3 it gave me a bit of optimism.

"You have to battle against Judd because he is a warrior. For me, he is the favourite for the World Championship this year."

Catch up on the final here.

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