Snoozker champ falls asleep in game
Daily Express|November 30, 2021
CRITICS claim snooker can be dull enough to send anyone to sleep.
Paul Jeeves

And three-time world title holder Mark Williams proved their point yesterday, nodding off in his surprise loss at the UK Championship.

Williams, 46, snoozed in a chair as Anthony Hamilton romped to a 6-5 second round win in York.

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