Who holds the record for maximum scores in snooker?

Who holds the record for maximum scores in snooker?

Ronnie O’Sullivan
Ronnie O’Sullivan holds the record for the most maximum breaks in professional competition, with 15. He also holds the record for the fastest competitive maximum break, at 5 minutes and 8 seconds, which he achieved at the 1997 World Championship. Maximum breaks have gradually become more frequent in snooker.

Which snooker players are left-handed?

Only 10% of the population is estimated to be left-handed, but there are more left-handed players than that. Just in the top 16 you’ve got Judd Trump, Mark Williams, Mark Allen, Barry Hawkins, and Neil Robertson.

Is Mark Williams left-handed?

The first left-handed player to win the World Championship, Williams has won 24 ranking tournaments overall, including two UK Championships (1999 and 2002), making him fifth on the all-time list. He has also won the Masters on two occasions (1998 and 2003).

Is Alex Higgins dead?

Deceased (1949–2010)Alex Higgins / Living or Deceased

Why do left-handed snooker players use the rest right handed?

I think I might have found the answer to why these lefties use the rest right handed. From Wikipedia: “Hawkins is left-handed but if he has to use the rest, he switches the cue to his right hand for better handling. Additionally, it allows him to aim better because his right eye is his objective eye.”

How many left-handed snooker players have won the world championship?

Who was the first left-handed player to win the World Snooker Championship? Mark James Williams, (March 1975) is a Welsh professional snooker player who is a three-time World Champion, winning in 2000, 2003 and 2018.

Which snooker player is colorblind?

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.