How many World Snooker finals did Jimmy White lose?

How many World Snooker finals did Jimmy White lose?

One of the most popular snooker players of all-time Jimmy White is best known for reaching the final of the World Championship on six occasions without being able to take the title.

Which snooker player has been in the most finals?

Ronnie O’Sullivan
List of winners. Ronnie O’Sullivan holds the record for the most ranking titles with 37, surpassing Stephen Hendry’s total of 36 by winning the 2020 World Snooker Championship. John Higgins is third in the list with 31 wins, followed by Steve Davis with 28.

How many World Finals did Steve Davis lose?

Tournament Record – Steve Davis In World Championship

Played Winner Last 32
38 162 148

How many times was Jimmy White runner up?

Basic Facts

Born May 2, 1962
World Championship best Runner-up six times (1984, 1990-94)
Best ranking event performance Winner of 10 tournaments: Mercantile Credit Classic 1986, 1991; Grand Prix 1986, 1992; British Open 1987, 1992; BCE Canadian Masters 1988; European Open 1992; UK Championship 1992; Players Championship 2004

What is Ronnie O’Sullivan nickname?

The Essex Exocet
The MagicianThe Rocket
Ronnie O’Sullivan/Nicknames

Known for his fast and attacking style of play, O’Sullivan gained the nickname “The Rocket” after winning a best-of-nine frame match in a record 43 minutes during his debut season as a professional.

How many snooker titles did Jimmy White win?

Jimmy has won a total of 23 professional titles. In addition to his wins, he’s also been runner-up six times in the World Championship. As an amateur he won the 1979 English Amateur Championship and the 1980 World Amateur Championship. In 1986 Jimmy won the Pot Black tournament.