Sheffield erlebte ein ebenso dramatisches wie hochklassiges Finale bei der Snooker-WM. Titelverteidiger Ronnie O'Sullivan unterlag Mark Selby, der den Sieg. Die Snooker Weltmeisterschaft im Überblick mit den wichtigsten Infos zum Turnier. Die Snooker WM ist der Höhepunkt der Saison. O'Sullivan. Weltmeisterschaft in Sheffield Ronnie O'Sullivan hat sich zum sechsten Mal den Weltmeistertitel im Snooker gesichert. Der
Ranking der Snooker-Weltmeister bis 2020Gewinner der Snookerweltmeisterschaft. Einträge in der Kategorie „Weltmeister (Snooker)“. Folgende 37 Einträge sind in dieser Kategorie, von 37 insgesamt. Die beiden Engländer Mark Selby und Ronnie O'Sullivan haben die Snooker-Weltmeisterschaft in den vergangenen Jahren dominiert. Von den 15 Titeln von. Ronnie O'Sullivan wurde im Jahr bereits zum sechsten Mal Snooker-Weltmeister.
Weltmeister Snooker Navigation menu VideoWatch The First EVER 147 Break By A Woman Die Austragungsorte wechselten zunächst ständig, seit ist das Crucible Theatre in Sheffield fester Veranstaltungsort. Der Zuschauer fassende Hauptsaal ist Lukratives Angebot Austragungsort der Titelkämpfe. Ken Doherty. All dates and venues are subject to change. Powered by © World Snooker Ltd. All rights reserved. John Higgins, MBE (born 18 May ) is a Scottish professional snooker player. Since turning professional in , he has won 30 ranking titles, including four World Championships and three UK Championships, as well as two Masters titles. Mark Williams hat das wichtigste Snooker-Turnier der Welt gewonnen, zur anschließenden Pressekonferenz erschien er mit einem Handtuch um die Hüften. Schuld war eine Wette. Hier gibt es mehr. Die Weltmeisterschaften werden seit von der World Professional Billiards & Snooker Association (WPBSA) ausgerichtet, zuvor war dafür die Billiards Association and Control Council (BA&CC) verantwortlich. kam es zu Streitigkeiten zwischen der BA&CC und einigen Spielern, woraufhin letztere eine zweite Weltmeisterschaft organisierten. The World Snooker Championship (also referred to as the Betfred World Snooker Championship for the purposes of sponsorship) was a professional snooker tournament that took place from 31 July to 16 August at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield, England.
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Neil Robertson. Judd Trump. Barry Hawkins. He then went on to win 13—10 against Ding Junhui. In that match Hendry reached another milestone: a th frame won at the Crucible also, in that very frame Hendry scored points.
On 28 April, Hendry made a maximum break against Shaun Murphy. Hendry ended up at no. In the —10 season Hendry won his opening matches in every ranking tournament, however didn't manage to get to a quarter-final until the China Open , where he lost 4—5 to Mark Allen , despite at one time leading the match 4—2.
In the Masters Hendry lost in the first round. Hendry was 7—9 down in the best-of match, but won three frames in a row for a 10—9 victory. At the press conference he confessed, that, had he lost the match, he would have seriously considered retirement.
Apart from the Main Tour tournaments he won the seniors invitation tournament "Legends of Snooker" beating Ken Doherty 5—3 in the final.
Another important event was the much publicised challenge match with Ding Junhui played in Beijing , which Hendry lost 6— In the —11 season Hendry could not maintain his unbeaten run in the first round of ranking events, as he lost it at the Shanghai Masters against Martin Gould by 2—5.
Despite struggling with his game throughout the match Hendry came through 9—8, rolling back the years by compiling a match-winning break in the deciding frame.
In the second round Hendry was defeated 6—9 by Mark Williams. At the China Open Hendry whitewashed Matthew Stevens 5—0 in the first round, before losing to Ding Junhui 2—5 in the second round.
Hendry began the —12 season at the first event of the Players Tour Championship , and lost 3—4 against Kyren Wilson. Hendry qualified for the UK Championship after beating Gerard Greene 6—2 in the final qualifying round.
It was his first qualifying match since Hendry needed to reach the final in order to make the top 24 of the Order of Merit and secure a place in the Finals.
Hendry qualified for the Welsh Open by whitewashing Kurt Maflin 4—0 to reach the first round, where he played reigning Masters champion Neil Robertson and recorded the result of his season so far by triumphing 4—1.
Hendry also played the Australian in the first round of the World Open after he defeated Mike Dunn 5—2 in qualifying, however this time he lost 3—5.
Hendry ensured he would feature in his 27th consecutive World Championship when he qualified by beating Yu again, this time by a 10—6 scoreline.
This was his third maximum break at the Crucible Theatre and his 11th in total, both records which he shared with Ronnie O'Sullivan.
O'Sullivan is now on 15 maximums. He advanced to the second round with a 10—4 win over Bingham and then defeated an out of sorts defending champion John Higgins 13—4, his first victory over his compatriot in a ranking event since , to set up a quarter-final meeting with Stephen Maguire.
Hendry has reached 19 quarter-finals, with only eight players having played in the tournament that many times.
It was announced on 1 September that Hendry had accepted an invitational tour card to play on the World Snooker Tour for the two successive seasons.
Hendry won 75 professional titles putting him second on the all-time list, behind Steve Davis ; however, Hendry was the record holder for the number of ranking titles won, setting the record of 36 before it was beaten by Ronnie O'Sullivan in However, Hendry set the record during a period when fewer ranking events were available per season.
Hendry also won four team titles as well as several amateur titles. His other career records include the most consecutive ranking titles, most century breaks compiled in one match 7 , most centuries compiled in one tournament 16 , most years ranked world number one, longest unbroken run inside the top 16 of the world rankings 23 seasons and—at the time of his retirement—highest total prize money.
Hendry's World Snooker profile states that he is "generally considered the greatest snooker player ever". Hendry tended to play at a steady pace.
He popularized the now universal tactic of potting the blue with pace and bottom spin on the white ball to cannon into the pink, with the object being to hit the pink ball full ball to split open the pack of reds and develop them for break-building.
Prior to Hendry, players would usually attempt to break the pack of reds from a pot on the black, due to the danger of the white going in off after striking the pink or the reds.
Aside from his break-building consistency, Hendry's ability at long potting was crucial to his success, as was his ability to pot balls in the middle pocket during a break.
Throughout his career, he played very aggressively, more often than not attempting quite difficult pots and trying to break open the reds early in a break rather than waiting until all open reds have been potted.
In this way, he has compiled more than competitive century breaks. The couple married in and settled in Auchterarder. They have two sons, Blaine born and Carter born In , Hendry left his wife after 19 years of marriage and moved to England to pursue a relationship with year-old children's entertainer and actress Lauren Thundow, whom he had met at a snooker event the previous year.
Hendry has a single-figure golf handicap. He enjoys poker and has appeared in several televised tournaments. Hendry is also keenly interested in football , supporting Scottish side Hearts and English side Chelsea F.
Since the 11 September attacks , snooker players have been required to put their cues in the holds of aeroplanes, where they are susceptible to damage.
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UK Championship. Scottish Open [nb 4]. World Grand Prix. German Masters [nb 5]. Gibraltar Open. Welsh Open.
Players Championship [nb 6]. Tour Championship. World Championship. Champion of Champions. The Masters. Six-red World Championship [nb 7].
Dubai Classic [nb 8]. Malta Grand Prix. Thailand Masters [nb 9]. British Open. Irish Masters. Northern Ireland Trophy.
Wuxi Classic [nb 10]. Australian Goldfields Open [nb 11]. Riga Masters [nb 12]. Shanghai Masters. Indian Open.
China Open [nb 13]. International Championship. China Championship. World Open [nb 14]. Champions Super League. Champions Cup [nb 15]. Scottish Masters.
World Champions v Asia Stars. Warsaw Snooker Tour. Euro-Asia Masters Challenge. European Open [nb 3]. World Series Jersey. World Series Berlin.
World Series Moscow. World Series Grand Final. World Series Killarney. World Series Prague. Scottish Professional Championship.
Hainan Classic. Power Snooker. Premier League [nb 16]. Hong Kong Masters. Romanian Masters. Grand Prix.
Dave Harold. Steve Davis. Ronnie O'Sullivan. Stephen Hendry. Ken Doherty. International Open 2. Rod Lawler. Nigel Bond.
European Open. John Parrott. Grand Prix 2. Dominic Dale. Welsh Open 2. Paul Hunter. British Open 2.
World Snooker Championship. Matthew Stevens. Mark Williams. Billy Snaddon. Stephen Lee. British Open 3. Graeme Dott.
LG Cup 3. British Open 4. Stephen Maguire. Grand Prix 3. Malta Cup 2. World Snooker Championship 2.
Mark Selby. Grand Prix 4. Ryan Day. China Open 2. Peter Ebdon. World Snooker Championship 3. Shaun Murphy.
Ding Junhui. Ali Carter. Welsh Open 3. World Snooker Championship 4. Judd Trump. Neil Robertson. Welsh Open 4.
Ben Woollaston. Australian Goldfields Open. Martin Gould. David Gilbert. Scottish Open 2. Marco Fu. Anthony McGill. Welsh Open 5.