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All credit to tournament organisers for getting Championship League Snooker on next week, but the event should not be going ahead yet, believes Anthony Hamilton. The veteran cueman, who has been a professional since , is sitting out of the behind closed doors event in Milton Keynes because he does not want the country to rush out of coronavirus lockdown.
Hamilton is impressed by the steps taken to ensure safety by WST chairman Barry Hearn and his team, but he still feels that lockdown should be respected rather than pushing for a way out of it. I was very impressed. It took me an hour to read it all. As soon as I got back from Gibraltar, I went into lockdown because we thought we should be. That will lift his mood which has been darkened by events over the last three months. You hoped that what they were doing was going to be right, but you knew in your heart they were making a massive hash of it, trying to save the economy.
Whoever is in power, we rate them on their performance, which is a political thing, but I wish we had someone better so we would have lost less lives. Hamilton has seen it all in his near year playing career and is happy to speak his mind as an elder statesman of the game.
At years-old he believes the tour is in as good a position as it ever has been, but still feels there are problems that can be ironed out, if players are listened to. I know why they bring in rules, because certain players have dropped out last minute taking the piss, big name players, but I think some common sense is missing. But he gets the results in the end. Hamilton has one ranking title to his name after winning the German Masters in , an emotional victory in Berlin after such a long wait.
Despite a lack of silverware in his cabinet, he is extremely well respected among other players and has come up over lockdown as snooker observers consider various debates with no sport to watch. Three-time world champion Mark Williams considers Hamilton one of his favourite players to watch in the game, while Alan McManus picked him out as the player he has been most surprised never reached the elite of the sport. So respect from your peers is great.