I think Stephen Hendry will do well in Aberdeen this week some 20 years after he first won the Grand Prix.
He has a new cue this season and a new coach in the shape of Chris Henry, who previously helped Hendry's great rival Peter Ebdon.
At 38, Hendry is not content to sit back and wallow in nostalgia for the good old days. He still believes there are many good days to come.
In recent seasons, he hasn't played consistently as well as he did when he was in his 1990s heyday but there have been flashes of the old Hendry at times and if he puts it all together he will remain a force to be reckoned with.
Of all the players I've watched, at his best he has been better than anyone else.