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By Leah Stodart Mashable Deals

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In the after-effects of the Women’s World Cup, you might be wondering what you need to eagerly anticipate on TV now. If you have a 4K TV, the response is everything. Though it’s not tough to see Megan Rapinoe’s extraordinary objectives, constructing the individual players, where the ball is, and what the score is takes method too much squinting when watching any sport on a crappy TELEVISION.

A 4K TELEVISION gets you four times the resolution of a routine HD TV, with billions of colors and thousands of pixels interacting to light up the little information. A large list of models are on sale today, include this 65- inch LG NanoCell TV that’s $600 off. It uses Nano Color innovation to achieve max brightness and ultra-lifelike picture, even in dark scenes.

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Ronald Antonio O'Sullivan OBE (born 5 December 1975) is an English professional snooker player who is widely regarded as one of the greatest players in the history of the sport. He has won five World Championships, a record seven Masters titles, and a record seven UK Championships, setting a record total of 19 titles in Triple Crown tournaments. He shares the record for the most ranking titles (36) with Stephen Hendry. His career earnings of over £10 million put him in first place on snooker's all-time prize-money list. Winning the Tour Championship on 24 March 2019 made him the sport's current world number one, the fourth time in his career that he has held the top position and the first time he has been number one since May 2010. This is the longest gap between number one spells by any player in history.