Andy Hicks, a former World Championship, UK Championship and Masters semi-finalist, looks back on his biggest moments in the new episode of the WST Podcast.
Hicks, who first turned pro in 1991, discusses his remarkable run to the last four at the Crucible on his 1995 debut. He also reflects on his quarrel with Quinten Hann at the 2004 World Championship, his disappointment at never gaining a place among the world’s top 16, and his recent deep run at the Cazoo UK Championship.
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The podcast will be released every Monday, and each episode will feature an in-depth interview with one of snooker’s biggest stars or up-and-coming talents.
In the presenter’s chair is Michael McMullan, who has spent over 20 years covering the tour as a journalist and broadcaster.
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