Snooker and billiards Practicing by yourself is very important to the learning curve of players. Once you have practiced solo playing with someone is good to learn from others and also try and find players above your ability if possible so you can learn.
Set up various practice routines and write down what you achieve so that you can try to do more the next time. Set out a practice routine that goes for a few hours and try to be dedicated and don’t be disappointed if you have a bad session. Try to evaluate what your doing if missing a certain pot and work on the mistake.
A great thing is to try and find a player that also is at the same level and practice together taking turns. This can achieve a competition on the practice routines trying to beat each other and spur on more solo practice.