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GAA: In league of his own.

AS far as Steve Davis is concerned, there's no debate. Stephen Hendry is simply the best - and there will NEVER be a snooker player quite like him.

At 42, and with six Embassy World titles tucked away in his personal treasure chest, Davis knows what he is talking about.

Hendry could not have been happier as he returned home yesterday to wife Mandy and young son Blaine at their Auchterarder home following his amazing 9-5 victory over Peter Ebdon in the British Open final.

Yet it was just over a year ago that the vultures were circling above him after he was whitewashed 9-0 by Marcus Campbell in a UK Championship shocker.
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Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Sep 21, 1999
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