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World Championships 2017: Gary Wilson to bask in Ronnie O'Sullivan limelight
Wallsend's Gary Wilson is looking forward to the exposure that will accompany his World Championship first-round match against Ronnie O'Sullivan.
Wilson saw off Josh Boileau, Peter Lines and Michael White in the qualifying rounds at Pond's Forge.
The 31-year-old, who was runner-up to Mark Selby in the 2015 China Open, will make his debut at the Crucible.
"It's a great draw, massive crowd and plenty of people watching on TV," Wilson told BBC Sport.
"You can't ask for a better draw than that in many ways. If I play well I'm capable of doing something, I can put an upset in if I play very well."
O'Sullivan has won the world title on five occasions.
Although it will be Wilson's maiden outing as a player, it is not the first time he has walked through the Crucible doors.
"I've been a couple of times, I went there aged nine," Wilson continued. "I was invited there and David Vine did an interview on the practice table, I was hitting a few balls around.
"I went down with my dad and my old coach Stan Chambers - who helped us out a lot since I was a child.
"I met players such as Terry Griffiths, Willie Thorne and all those names from that era and I've been down a couple of times with friends.
"I like that kind of venue, I think of it a bit like the working men's club with a two-table set-up - obviously nowhere the same scale - but the old guys sitting around at the side of the room.
"That's snooker for me, I've always loved the Crucible set-up, I think it's amazing."
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