I will one day
I will one day
I believe I can beat my highest break of 59 (4 reds 4 blacks and all the remaining colours). I made my highest break when I was 20 and even though it was a good break my positional awareness and shot selection wasn't too good back then and I didn't come close to a 50 again. After not playing snooker for over 5 years I'm now playing semi regularly again (at least once a week for 4-5 hours) and I'm knocking in breaks in the 20s and 30 in most frames so I'm sure it won't be long till I hit a 50 again and then eventually beat my highest break with a 60. I know it will not come easily and I need to put more hours in than I am now to do it but I have my love for the game back and I'm determined to become a better player while still enjoying the game
if you keep beliefing youll get your rewards
Ive now come to realise after a few years away from snooker that positive thinking is very important and can be the difference in winning frames. I try not to beat myself up if I have a bad day even though I still struggle with that sometime but with more practice I'm sure I'm going to improve, well I bloody hope so lol
thats the sprit rob
No chance after the way i played tonight .
Just don't play as much as i used to . Keep getting to 50 plus but just can't seem to add the other 50 . Very frustrating .
Probably not as I am maybe a bit too old to play to the old standard consistently though conversely have more time to practice now and have actually got within a red and a black of it in solo practice so not totally out of reach but as each year goes by its not gonna get any easier!!
keep practiceing and youll get better and better
My highest is only 30, a couple of weeks ago I made breaks of 20+ in four frames in a row so hopefully it's just a matter of time.
“There are a lot of good players capable of winning the title but as long as I’m still in it they’ve got a headache.” Stephen Hendry
youll keep getting better and better as time goes on