"I would like to learn some Chinese because it would be nice to be able to say more during press conferences and interviews. All I can say is 'hello', 'thank you' and 'watermelon.'" - Mark Selby answering fan questions on his website.


Sammy said...
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Anonymous said...

The Jester from Leicester at his most rapier.

Anonymous said...

Learning Chinese isn't for the faint-hearted.

Anonymous said...


you can say that again.

Anonymous said...

Snooker The Fine Art Method
A secret is wasted if not shared

No doubt the gospel according to modern day coaches has been translated into Mandarin yet Joe Davis name will not figure on these translated scripts.
The original transcripts were written and remain unthumbed and unappreciated.
Think it through as you drink your won ton dumpling soup.

Mr Hey you


does he want free lessons? :)

Anonymous said...

With the snooker calendar so bare, Mark could do with a hobby to occupy himself during the massive gaps between tournaments.

Claus Christensen said...

Good luck Markiang Xiaoelby.

It's tough to climb the Great Language Barrier of China.