England's Ronnie O'Sullivan leaves the auditorium after China's Ding Junhui (L) won their World Championship Snooker quarter-final match at The Crucible in Sheffield, England on April 26, 2017. Ding won 13-10. AFP / PAUL ELLIS
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Ronnie O'Sullivan believes he can cap a fine season by winning a sixth world championship but has named two-time defending champion Mark Selby as the Crucible favorite.At the age of 42, O'Sullivan would be the oldest champion since Ray Reardon lifted the world title at 45 in 1978 but says he is pacing himself as he targets Stephen Hendry's record of seven world titles in the modern era.Top-ranked Selby, 34, is chasing his fourth title at snooker's top event in just five years while world number three Ding Junhui, who pulled off a superb win over O'Sullivan in last year's quarterfinals, looks the most likely of the Chinese entrants to make snooker history.
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