Ronnie O’Sullivan spoke in a bizarre Australian accent during his post-match interviews after reaching the quarter-finals of the Players Championship.

O’Sullivan spoke in an Australian accent in his interview

The defending champion set up a last-eight clash with either Mark Selby or John Higgins after sealing a 6-4 first-round win over Barry Hawkins.

‘I dip in with a bit of Cockney, a bit of Australian and a bit of Scouse, you know what I mean mate? It’s all good. I should have been an impersonator,’ O’Sullivan told BBC Lancashire Sport.


The five-time world champion, who is born in Wordsley, West Midlands, then said his reason for speaking as if he was from Down Under, was because he was feeling ‘totally positive.’

“When you talk Aussie, the Aussies are just winners mate, you know? You’ve got to love a winner.

“Us English, we love a loser, so I thought I’m fed up of being a loser, I’m going to talk like a winner, like the Aussies. Get the Ashes won mate.”

 



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