Murphy Shortens To Produce More Magic In 2015
Following his win in The Masters on Sunday night, Shaun Murphy has been cut into 12/1 from 20/1 to win the 2015 World Snooker Championship at the Crucible.
Murphy, who is known as “The Magician”, recorded a 10-2 victory over World Number 1, Neil Robertson in the Masters Final at the Alexandra Palace on Sunday night to complete his career Triple Crown and is now 10/1 to retain the Masters trophy in 2016.
Murphy last landed the World Championship title in 2005 and we’re offering 2/1 that Murphy can win the World Championship title for a second time before 2020. Currently, Ronnie O’Sullivan heads the 2015 World Championship betting at 15/8 with Mark Selby priced at 8/1 to retain the title.
Despite Ronnie O’Sullivan losing out in The Masters semi-finals, it’s not stopping punters from supporting the Rocket to win the 2015 World Championship and he continues to prove popular in his bid to lift the World Snooker trophy for a sixth time in his career.