Seven-time world champion Stephen Hendry has come out of retirement and will return to the World Snooker Tour for the next two seasons.

RTÉ is not responsible for the content of external internet sites. Stephen Hendry will be back in snooker ’s professional ranks for at least the next two seasons after accepting an invitational tour card and is relishing the ‘buzz of competing’ again. The 51-year-old retired in 2012 after losing in the quarter-finals of the World Championship and making a 147 break in the event that year.

But now after an eight-year absence the 51-year-old will return to snooker's main circuit. "I’ve always missed the buzz of competing and although I have no expectations in terms of performance, this felt like a good time to explore getting back to the table.". ‘I’ve always missed the buzz of competing and although I have no expectations in terms of performance, this felt like a good time to explore getting back to the table.’.

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"I’m excited to have the opportunity to enter some tournaments over the coming two seasons," said Hendry. Stephen is never satisfied with his game, but recognised that he was playing better and missing the buzz of competing. Hendry has remained around the game since then as a commentator, pundit and a player on the World Seniors tour, but it is a link-up with SightRight coach Stephen Feeney that has spurred him on to have another crack at the main tour, taking up the invitational card that has also been granted to Ken Doherty and previously been handed to Jimmy White and James Wattana. O’Sullivan criticised the standard of play from snooker’s younger generation, insisting that a lack of quality has been the main reason for his still-enduring winning abilities. Stephen Hendry will be back in snooker’s professional ranks for at least the next two seasons after accepting an invitational tour card and is relishing the ‘buzz of competing’ again.

Ronnie O'Sullivan claimed his sixth world title this year. “I’m excited to have the opportunity to enter some tournaments over the coming two seasons,” said Hendry. Stephen Hendry: ‘Yips trivialises it.

WST chairman Barry Hearn said: ‘I am thrilled that Stephen has decided to return to the tour. ‘It’s great to know that Stephen’s competitive fires are still burning and given his extraordinary achievements, it was a no brainer to offer him the opportunity to come back.

Stephen Hendry is back! Seven-time world champion Stephen Hendry has come out of retirement and will return to the World Snooker Tour for the next two seasons. The Scot retired in … Ronnie O’Sullivan claimed his sixth world title this year, his first Crucible triumph since 2013 and at the age of 44. “I am thrilled that Stephen has decided to return to the tour,” said World Snooker chairman Barry Hearn. MORE: Ronnie O’Sullivan names two young snooker players that ‘have what it takes to hang around’, MORE: Ronnie O’Sullivan’s 14-year-old opponent relishing Championship League Snooker clash.

Meáin Náisiúnta Seirbhíse Poiblí na hÉireann. Confused by 5G? Seven-time world champion Stephen Hendry has come out of retirement and will return to the World Snooker Tour for the next two seasons. "I’ve really enjoyed picking up my cue again recently at the World Seniors and after some coaching I feel a little more confident in my game. Snooker Stephen Hendry makes stunning return to snooker as he comes out of retirement Snooker legend Stephen Hendry has accepted an invitational tour …

Legend @SHendry775 is BACK. The seven-time world champion will take up an invitational tour card to compete on the World Snooker Tour for at least the next two seasons.https://t.co/sn3nKYlHIz#TheKingReturns pic.twitter.com/wiiXOpdUWc. But now after an eight-year absence the 51-year-old will return to snooker’s main circuit. The Scot retired in 2012, having slipped out of the World Snooker Championships at the quarter-final stage that year. … “He is a giant of the sport and I know that all eyes will be on him every time he takes to the table in the coming months. I wish Stephen all the very best for the two seasons ahead.’.

This is the podcast that will change that, 2020 English Open Snooker schedule, draw, TV channel, live stream, prize money and odds, Tony Adams urges Mikel Arteta to change Arsenal’s formation and criticises Hector Bellerin’s display vs Man City, Bruno Fernandes praises Harry Maguire and sends transfer message to Manchester United fans after win over Newcastle, Manchester United agree first refusal deal to sign Sporting Lisbon star Luis Gomes, Frank Leboeuf raises concerns over Chelsea’s top-four chances and is ‘not convinced’ about new signing Kai Havertz, ‘Unnecessarily patronising’ – Alan Shearer and Ian Wright criticise Sergio Aguero for grabbing Sian Massey-Ellis. He is a giant of the sport and I know that all eyes will be on him every time he takes to the table in the coming months. also saying he had no plans to return to the main tour. Ronnie O'Sullivan claimed his sixth world title this year, his first Crucible triumph since 2013 and at the age of 44. The draw for the upcoming Championship League has been made but Hendry can next compete in the European Masters in Milton Keynes which begins on 21 September.

Despite still clearly being able to compete at an extremely high level, the Scot struggled to deal with an inability to win tournaments after dominating the 1990s and racking up 36 ranking titles – Hendry’s last ranking title was the 2005 Malta Cup.

O’Sullivan’s age-defying exploits could easily have swayed Hendry’s decision to step out of retirement now. The seven-times world champion Stephen Hendry has come out of retirement and will return to the World Snooker Tour for the next two seasons. "He is a giant of the sport and I know that all eyes will be on him every time he takes to the table in the coming months. I wish Stephen all the very best for the two seasons ahead.". SightRight is a style of coaching developed by Feeney to help players sight the balls correctly which has been credited for vast improvements in the games of Mark Williams and David Gilbert, while he has also worked with Ronnie O’Sullivan, among others. ‘I’ve really enjoyed picking up my cue again recently at the World Seniors and after some SightRight coaching I feel a little more confident in my game. Last modified on Wed 2 Sep 2020 08.20 EDT. Hendry claimed his first world title in 1990, and went on to claim the Crucible's top prize six more times within the decade. It’s great to know that Stephen’s competitive fires are still burning and given his extraordinary achievements, it was a no-brainer to offer him the opportunity to come back. The King o the Crucible enjoyed an impressive run to the semi-finals of the World Seniors Championship in August, losing to eventual champion Jimmy White, and has now clearly changed his mind, accepting the tour card. I wish Stephen all the very best for the two seasons ahead.”, Stephen Hendry: ‘I hate the word yips, it trivialises it. O’Sullivan criticised the standard of play from snooker’s younger generation, insisting that a lack of quality has been the main reason for his still-enduring winning abilities. For more stories like this, check our sport page. The highly decorated Scot admitted he cannot wait to get back into action. 'I've missed the buzz': Seven-time world champion Stephen Hendry to make sensational return to snooker at 51 - EIGHT years after he retired - having accepted offer to …

His return to competition was discussed during a round of golf with Barry Hearn and Mark Williams.

Ronnie O’Sullivan names two young snooker players that ‘have what it takes to hang around’, Ronnie O’Sullivan’s 14-year-old opponent relishing Championship League Snooker clash. ‘I’m excited to have the opportunity to enter some tournaments over the coming two seasons,’ said the seven-time world champion. "I am thrilled that Stephen has decided to return to the tour," said World Snooker chairman Barry Hearn.

Stephen Hendry’s last appearace at the world championships was in 2012. "It’s great to know that Stephen’s competitive fires are still burning and given his extraordinary achievements, it was a no-brainer to offer him the opportunity to come back.

Really? I’ve always missed the buzz of competing and although I have no expectations in terms of performance, this felt like a good time to explore getting back to the table.”. It was much more than that’ | Donald McRae, Ronnie O'Sullivan's darkness and doubt make his snooker skill so compelling | Jonathan Liew. Seven-time world champion Stephen Hendry has come out of retirement and will return to the World Snooker Tour for the next two seasons.

Seven-time world champion Stephen Hendry has come out of retirement and will return to the World Snooker Tour for the next two seasons. Really.
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“I’ve really enjoyed picking up my cue again recently at the World Seniors and after some coaching I feel a little more confident in my game. Ronnie O’Sullivan claimed his sixth world title this year, Scottish 51-year-old receives invitational tour card, Hendry to return for at least next two seasons.
He admitted he cannot wait to get back into action.

Follow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Hendry claimed his first world crown in 1990, and went on to claim the Crucible’s top prize six more times within the decade.

RTÉ.ie is the website of Raidió Teilifís Éireann, Ireland's National Public Service Media. Stephen Hendry says it would be "incredible" if he could achieve his goal of playing at the Crucible in a World Championship after announcing his return to professional snooker. The Scot retired in 2012, having slipped out of the World Championships at the quarter-final stage that year. Hendry mentioned enjoying his work with Feeney back in April, teasing the possibility of a comeback but also saying he had no plans to return to the main tour. © RTÉ 2020.

Seven-time world champion Stephen Hendry has come out of retirement and will return to the World Snooker Tour for the next two seasons.

RTÉ is not responsible for the content of external internet sites. Stephen Hendry will be back in snooker ’s professional ranks for at least the next two seasons after accepting an invitational tour card and is relishing the ‘buzz of competing’ again. The 51-year-old retired in 2012 after losing in the quarter-finals of the World Championship and making a 147 break in the event that year.

But now after an eight-year absence the 51-year-old will return to snooker's main circuit. "I’ve always missed the buzz of competing and although I have no expectations in terms of performance, this felt like a good time to explore getting back to the table.". ‘I’ve always missed the buzz of competing and although I have no expectations in terms of performance, this felt like a good time to explore getting back to the table.’.

O’Sullivan’s age-defying exploits could easily have swayed Hendry’s decision to step out of retirement now. Judd Trump and Neil Robertson revel in their rivalry after classic English Open final, Ronnie O'Sullivan takes the blame for Neil Robertson's World Championship struggles, Judd Trump and Neil Robertson battling to make history in English Open Final.
(Picture: VCG via Getty Images) Stephen Hendry says the ultimate goal of his snooker comeback is to play at the Crucible again …

"I’m excited to have the opportunity to enter some tournaments over the coming two seasons," said Hendry. Stephen is never satisfied with his game, but recognised that he was playing better and missing the buzz of competing. Hendry has remained around the game since then as a commentator, pundit and a player on the World Seniors tour, but it is a link-up with SightRight coach Stephen Feeney that has spurred him on to have another crack at the main tour, taking up the invitational card that has also been granted to Ken Doherty and previously been handed to Jimmy White and James Wattana. O’Sullivan criticised the standard of play from snooker’s younger generation, insisting that a lack of quality has been the main reason for his still-enduring winning abilities. Stephen Hendry will be back in snooker’s professional ranks for at least the next two seasons after accepting an invitational tour card and is relishing the ‘buzz of competing’ again.

Ronnie O'Sullivan claimed his sixth world title this year. “I’m excited to have the opportunity to enter some tournaments over the coming two seasons,” said Hendry. Stephen Hendry: ‘Yips trivialises it.

WST chairman Barry Hearn said: ‘I am thrilled that Stephen has decided to return to the tour. ‘It’s great to know that Stephen’s competitive fires are still burning and given his extraordinary achievements, it was a no brainer to offer him the opportunity to come back.

Stephen Hendry is back! Seven-time world champion Stephen Hendry has come out of retirement and will return to the World Snooker Tour for the next two seasons. The Scot retired in … Ronnie O’Sullivan claimed his sixth world title this year, his first Crucible triumph since 2013 and at the age of 44. “I am thrilled that Stephen has decided to return to the tour,” said World Snooker chairman Barry Hearn. MORE: Ronnie O’Sullivan names two young snooker players that ‘have what it takes to hang around’, MORE: Ronnie O’Sullivan’s 14-year-old opponent relishing Championship League Snooker clash.

Meáin Náisiúnta Seirbhíse Poiblí na hÉireann. Confused by 5G? Seven-time world champion Stephen Hendry has come out of retirement and will return to the World Snooker Tour for the next two seasons. "I’ve really enjoyed picking up my cue again recently at the World Seniors and after some coaching I feel a little more confident in my game. Snooker Stephen Hendry makes stunning return to snooker as he comes out of retirement Snooker legend Stephen Hendry has accepted an invitational tour …

Legend @SHendry775 is BACK. The seven-time world champion will take up an invitational tour card to compete on the World Snooker Tour for at least the next two seasons.https://t.co/sn3nKYlHIz#TheKingReturns pic.twitter.com/wiiXOpdUWc. But now after an eight-year absence the 51-year-old will return to snooker’s main circuit. The Scot retired in 2012, having slipped out of the World Snooker Championships at the quarter-final stage that year. … “He is a giant of the sport and I know that all eyes will be on him every time he takes to the table in the coming months. I wish Stephen all the very best for the two seasons ahead.’.

This is the podcast that will change that, 2020 English Open Snooker schedule, draw, TV channel, live stream, prize money and odds, Tony Adams urges Mikel Arteta to change Arsenal’s formation and criticises Hector Bellerin’s display vs Man City, Bruno Fernandes praises Harry Maguire and sends transfer message to Manchester United fans after win over Newcastle, Manchester United agree first refusal deal to sign Sporting Lisbon star Luis Gomes, Frank Leboeuf raises concerns over Chelsea’s top-four chances and is ‘not convinced’ about new signing Kai Havertz, ‘Unnecessarily patronising’ – Alan Shearer and Ian Wright criticise Sergio Aguero for grabbing Sian Massey-Ellis. He is a giant of the sport and I know that all eyes will be on him every time he takes to the table in the coming months. also saying he had no plans to return to the main tour. Ronnie O'Sullivan claimed his sixth world title this year, his first Crucible triumph since 2013 and at the age of 44. The draw for the upcoming Championship League has been made but Hendry can next compete in the European Masters in Milton Keynes which begins on 21 September.

Despite still clearly being able to compete at an extremely high level, the Scot struggled to deal with an inability to win tournaments after dominating the 1990s and racking up 36 ranking titles – Hendry’s last ranking title was the 2005 Malta Cup.

O’Sullivan’s age-defying exploits could easily have swayed Hendry’s decision to step out of retirement now. The seven-times world champion Stephen Hendry has come out of retirement and will return to the World Snooker Tour for the next two seasons. "He is a giant of the sport and I know that all eyes will be on him every time he takes to the table in the coming months. I wish Stephen all the very best for the two seasons ahead.". SightRight is a style of coaching developed by Feeney to help players sight the balls correctly which has been credited for vast improvements in the games of Mark Williams and David Gilbert, while he has also worked with Ronnie O’Sullivan, among others. ‘I’ve really enjoyed picking up my cue again recently at the World Seniors and after some SightRight coaching I feel a little more confident in my game. Last modified on Wed 2 Sep 2020 08.20 EDT. Hendry claimed his first world title in 1990, and went on to claim the Crucible's top prize six more times within the decade. It’s great to know that Stephen’s competitive fires are still burning and given his extraordinary achievements, it was a no-brainer to offer him the opportunity to come back. The King o the Crucible enjoyed an impressive run to the semi-finals of the World Seniors Championship in August, losing to eventual champion Jimmy White, and has now clearly changed his mind, accepting the tour card. I wish Stephen all the very best for the two seasons ahead.”, Stephen Hendry: ‘I hate the word yips, it trivialises it. O’Sullivan criticised the standard of play from snooker’s younger generation, insisting that a lack of quality has been the main reason for his still-enduring winning abilities. For more stories like this, check our sport page. The highly decorated Scot admitted he cannot wait to get back into action. 'I've missed the buzz': Seven-time world champion Stephen Hendry to make sensational return to snooker at 51 - EIGHT years after he retired - having accepted offer to …

His return to competition was discussed during a round of golf with Barry Hearn and Mark Williams.

Ronnie O’Sullivan names two young snooker players that ‘have what it takes to hang around’, Ronnie O’Sullivan’s 14-year-old opponent relishing Championship League Snooker clash. ‘I’m excited to have the opportunity to enter some tournaments over the coming two seasons,’ said the seven-time world champion. "I am thrilled that Stephen has decided to return to the tour," said World Snooker chairman Barry Hearn.

Stephen Hendry’s last appearace at the world championships was in 2012. "It’s great to know that Stephen’s competitive fires are still burning and given his extraordinary achievements, it was a no-brainer to offer him the opportunity to come back.

Really? I’ve always missed the buzz of competing and although I have no expectations in terms of performance, this felt like a good time to explore getting back to the table.”. It was much more than that’ | Donald McRae, Ronnie O'Sullivan's darkness and doubt make his snooker skill so compelling | Jonathan Liew. Seven-time world champion Stephen Hendry has come out of retirement and will return to the World Snooker Tour for the next two seasons.

Seven-time world champion Stephen Hendry has come out of retirement and will return to the World Snooker Tour for the next two seasons. Really.

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