THIS snooker star is a three-time world champion.
And now he gives players advice on how to deal with greasy balls.
Mark Williams, aka the “Welsh Potting Machine”, is one of just three aces to win the Triple Crown in a single season.
The former UK Championship, Masters and World Championship victor now stars in the Ultimate Pool series.
But he is also a budding businessman after creating a product to clean snooker balls.
A hilarious promo video shows Williams revealing his magic solution, before saying: “If you have got a problem with greasy balls, buy my cleaner.”
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A tweet from Ultimate Pool added: “Mark Williams gives his advice on those greasy balls.”
Fans certainly enjoyed the advert, with one saying: “You did well to get this line out without laughing.”
Another added: “As soon as that camera stops, you know he creases.”
Williams’ greasy ball cleaner solution comes after he was forced to battle gout just 18 months ago.
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The Welshman had to wear a slipper during the Northern Ireland Open while feasting on kebabs.
But Williams had another battle on his hands in January as he fought a WASP at the Masters.
And in 2020 Williams revealed how fraudsters hacked his bank details before emptying his account on a major spending spree.
Williams said on Twitter: “When your account gets hacked and they buy themselves eight pars of trainers, 9 pairs of slippers, Just Eat 8 times, a spa day, thousands on Parcel2Go, kitchen sink and taps, Sainsbury’s shopping.
“Make it worse, I had my card with me in Spoons and got declined for £22.20 for food while someone was using my account with my card and bought a pair of trainers for £1,200 at the same time.”
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