Judd Trump is snooker's world champion

Trump named Player of the Year

Judd Trump has been named Player of the Year at the 2019 World Snooker Awards.

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Judd Trump: World champion for the first time

Ronnie: Judd's best better than mine

Ronnie O'Sullivan believes Judd Trump's best game is better than anyone else's in the history of the sport after he became world champion.

Judd Trump celebrates

Trump crowned world champion

Judd Trump became world champion for the first time following a sparkling display that saw him beat John Higgins 18-9 in the final of the Betfred World Championship.

WATCH: World Championship reaction

New World Champion Judd Trump and defeated finalist John Higgins reflect on a stunning World Snooker final.

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Paper Talk: £105m Man United move

Man United willing to meet Joao Felix's £105m release clause, while Liverpool are eyeing a Bournemouth star, according to the back pages.

2

2019 Investec Derby Contenders

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Next manager betting: Lamps return?

Frank Lampard is odds-on to become Chelsea's next manager after reports in Italy, while Danny Cowley is a lead contender for West Brom.

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Wednesday's racing preview

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Nap Of The Day5

Daily Nap: Nailed on the Ed

Ben Coley takes over nap duty for one day only - and he's heading to Yarmouth, where Ed Vaughan can score with Nasee.

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Wednesday's racing preview

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Antepost Angle: Investec Dash

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