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Snooker world rankings 2020/2021
|Name||Country||Seeding revision 1|
Ronnie O’Sullivan 1. Ronnie O’Sullivan. Sullivan has won 19 of snooker’s Triple Crown events, more than any person to ever play the sport. Over the course of his career, he has achieved a record-shattering 1000 century breaks.
Ronnie O’Sullivan Per season
|20202021||England||Judd Trump (9)|
Players who have made the most 147s
Ronnie O’Sullivan, nicknamed The Rocket, has earned his net worth as a six-time World Champion snooker player who is known for his rapid playing style. As of this writing he has earned around $15 million in tournament money alone. … Ronnie O’Sullivan Net Worth.
|Net Worth:||$14 Million|
While Hendry won his seven world titles in 10 years, O’Sullivan has won his over three decades. It’s kind of the Beatles and the Stones.
Ronnie O’Sullivan The record for the most century breaks scored in official tournament play has been held by Ronnie O’Sullivan since January 2015, when he broke the record of 775 career centuries previously held by Stephen Hendry. The first player to have recorded 1,000 centuries in public performance is Horace Lindrum.
Ebdon Ebdon stated after his victory over O’Sullivan, When I’m trying my hardest I seem to go slow. I don’t do it intentionally. When The Times described his slow play as cheating, he sued for libel and lost.
Ronnie O’Sullivan began the season as the highest ranked player, however, Judd Trump became world number one after winning the 2019 International Championship.
Snooker Database Country Ranking
Snooker was given its first definite reference in England in an 1887 issue of the Sporting Life newspaper, which led to a growth in popularity. Chamberlain was revealed to be the game’s inventor, 63 years after the fact, in a letter to The Field magazine published on 19 March 1938.
Davis is the second-oldest snooker player to make an official maximum break of 147 points in a professional competition, at the age of 44 years and 202 days. He broke his own previous record of 44 years and 151 days, making his second maximum break 51 days after his first. … Mark Davis (snooker player)
Steve Davis – $33.7 million 63-year-old Steve Davis is the richest snooker player in the world.
In 2006 Jamie Cope became the first player to record a 155 break. He did it in a witnessed practice match. Jamie is a professional snooker player from Stoke-on-Trent Staffordshire, England. On 2 November 2020 professional snooker player Mark Allen (Northern Ireland) made a 155 in a practice match.
Steve Davis The first official maximum break in professional competition was made by Steve Davis in the 1982 Lada Classic against Spencer. This was also the first televised 147.
Jimmy White net worth: Jimmy White is an English professional snooker player who has a net worth of $9 million. Jimmy White was born in Tooting, England in May 1962. … Jimmy White Net Worth.
|Net Worth:||$9 Million|
|Date of Birth:||May 2, 1962 (59 years old)|
Murphy has won over 4 million in prize money and has compiled more than 500 century breaks in his professional career. … Shaun Murphy.
|Highest ranking||3 (3 years)|
|Current ranking||6 (as of 8 November 2021)|
Legendary snooker player Tony Knowles is remembered as one of the most beloved players of the 1980s. A staple of the tabloid press, Knowles maintained a ranking in the top 16 for almost ten years. Now retired, Knowles works as a snooker speaker and appears at specialist sports events across the UK.
Hendry has the distinction of winning the most world ranking titles (36) and is second on the century break list behind Ronnie O’Sullivan with 775 competitive century breaks. He has made 11 competitive maximum breaks, second only to O’Sullivan with 13.
His decision to retire was in response to a severe loss of form caused by the yips, a condition that first affected his game 12 years prior to his retirement. In September 2020, Hendry announced that he would come out of retirement after accepting an invitational tour card for the next two seasons.
Ronnie O’Sullivan and Stephen Hendry might be widely regarded as the two greatest snooker players of all time, but Graeme Dott rates another player as the best ever. … O’Sullivan and Hendry, with six and seven world titles respectively, are widely regarded as the two finest players of all time.
102 centuries He made his 800th century on 1 April 2021, during the winners’ group of the 2021 Championship League, in his match against John Higgins. Trump made 102 centuries in the 201920 snooker season, becoming only the second player to reach 100 in a season.
O’Sullivan holds the record for ranking titles (37) and century breaks (1,107), among other records in the sport, while Stephen Hendry is still the leader in World Championship titles on seven.
MARK WILLIAMS, snooker’s world champion, is COLOUR BLIND, The SP can reveal. The Welshman, who began the defence of his title at the Crucible yesterday, has spoken for the first time about the condition that causes him to confuse red with brown.
Talented British snooker player, Jake Nicholson, has passed away at the age of 28 after a battle with cancer, the World Snooker Tour has confirmed.