The morning after the night before and it still doesn't feel real. I hope over the next few days and weeks it sinks in as it feels like it's happened to someone else at the moment.
To win the Masters on its own is massive but the fact that it completes the Triple Crown for me is a dream come true. When I first went to watch a match in the Masters way back as a 12-year-old my dad asked me if I'd like to play there one day. Never in a million years did I think I would, let alone win it.
The support I had, not just in the final but all week was out of this world. I've never heard such a loud cheer as I was walking down those stairs into the arena. I'm not sure whether it was my walk on music or my snooker that got people going. Hang on scratch that - we all know it was the music!
Seriously though, thank you to everyone that's been to watch, emailed, tweeted, called and texted me this week. This morning I woke to 120 texts, 70 emails, countless missed calls and so many status updates that it'll take me the week to go through them all. Your support is what has made the difference and over the last 12 months has kept me going strong.
I guess I'll have a few days off now to reflect and take it all in but soon it'll be time to go again and get ready for the German Masters. It’s one of my favourite events on the circuit and now I've found some form, it would be great to carry it on there.
Until next time...
All the best