Was Jamie Clarke Snooker Player Ever In A Controversy?
Jamie Clarke was involved in a controversial incident during the World Snooker Championship 2020.
In his second-round match against Anthony McGill, he was leading 7–2 when McGill complained that he stood in his eye line on several occasions.
After the accusation, the two players were involved in a heated confrontation. Following this referee, Jan Verhaas was seen maintaining the peace.
The BBC coverage picked up Verhaas telling Clarke: “Listen, listen, it’s no big deal, but if you’re in his eye line we’d prefer you to be on that side.”
However, McGill continued confrontation with Clarke, although was told “Leave It” by Verhaas on plenty of occasions.
Their confrontation then continued on Twitter where Clarke had tweeted cryptically:” You want to dance, let’s dance”.
This made McGill completely fired up, who won five straight frames to close to only 8-7 behind.
Jamie Clarke’s match with McGill had become a blunder and many were quick to comment on the matter.
Controversy in R2 of the World Snooker C/ship as Anthony McGill accuses Jamie Clarke of deliberately getting into his eye line which led to a heated exchange. McGill has fought back from 2-8 down to be 4-8 down at the interval in the slowest session so far.”
His Parents And Instagram Details Explored
Jamie Clarke was born to British parents on October 5, 1994. He could not be found on the Instagram platform.
However, the professional snooker player is seen active on the Twitter platform.
Jamie Clarke is a Welsh professional snooker player
He is currently competing in the World Championship 2022.
Since turning professional in the year 2018, Clarke has participated in various national and international competitions.
Clarke was recently up by Zhao Xintong, 10-2 at the Crucible in the first round of the World Championship.