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Barry Hearn: Darts & snooker boss praises NHS after recovery from heart attack
World Professional Darts Corporation chief Barry Hearn says he is "firing on all cylinders" after a heart attack.He praised the NHS and is helping to oversee Friday's launch of the PDC's 'home tour', where players compete from their homes."I'm fine. With all the problems in the world, mine is not a problem," the 71-year-old, who is also boss of the World Snooker Tour, told BBC Radio 5 Live."I was wonderfully looked after, as always, by the NHS."Hearn had returned home after surgery following a minor heart attack, his boxing promoter son, Eddie, announced on 8 April."I'm back firing on all cylinders and looking forward to the darts tonight," said Hearn.Hearn
World Snooker Championship: Stephen Hendry & Steve Davis relive Crucible classics
Saturday was supposed to be the start of this year's World Championship.But like so much of the sporting calendar, the championship has been postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic.Starting on Saturday, BBC Two will showcase 17 days of unforgettable, classic matches that took place at Sheffield's Crucible Theatre.Stephen Hendry
World Snooker Championship: BBC to show classic Crucible matches
The 2003 semi-final between Ken Doherty and Paul Hunter will be one of 17 classic World Championship matches to be shown on BBC Two. Current world champion Judd Trump, seven-time winner Stephen Hendry and five-time champion Ronnie O'Sullivan also feature in the two-hour episodes, starting on Saturday, 18 April.
Barry Hearn 'in good spirits' after suffering 'minor heart attack'
World Snooker Tour and Professional Darts Corporation chairman Barry Hearn is in "good spirits" after suffering a heart attack on Sunday.Hearn, 71, is set to return home on Wednesday after having surgery.His son, boxing promoter Eddie Hearn, posted on social media: "My dad was taken to hospital on Sunday after
Coronavirus: Dave Gilbert says players need World Championship on
World number 11 Dave Gilbert says snooker players need the World Championship to go ahead, even if it is in September.The event, due to take place at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield from 18 April to 4 May, was postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic, with organisers hoping to reschedule