Snooker players similar to or like Mark Williams (snooker player)
Welsh professional snooker player who is a three-time World Champion, winning in 2000, 2003, and 2018. Wikipedia
Chinese professional snooker player who has been considered the most successful Asian player in the history of the sport. Throughout his career, he has won 14 major ranking titles, including three UK Championships in 2005, 2009, and 2019; two Shanghai Masters titles in 2013 and 2016; and one German Masters title in 2014. Wikipedia
Sentences forMark Williams (snooker player)
- After beating Ronnie O'Sullivan 17–13 in their semi-final, he emerged a convincing 18–11 winner over future three-time World Champion Mark Williams.
- Higgins would also reach the final of the 2018 World Snooker Championship – his 7th World Championship final – where he would once again lose, this time to Mark Williams.
- He similarly recovered from 2–5 down in his semi-final with Mark Williams but lost 5–6.
- During the 1987–88 season, he became the first player to win all three Triple Crown events in a single season, a feat that only two other players (Hendry and Mark Williams) have emulated.
- Ken also reached the World Championship final in 1998 (losing to John Higgins) and in 2003, losing narrowly to Mark Williams.
- It would be another forty years before a quadragenarian won the title again, as Mark Williams won the 2018 championship aged forty-three.
- In February, he made his 88th century of the season while playing Mark Williams in the last 32 of the Welsh Open, but went on to lose 4–3.
- He then reached the semi-finals of the 2010 UK Championship, where he lost to eventual runner-up Mark Williams 8–9.
- He beat Mark Allen and Mark Williams in the opening two rounds, before facing Trump in the semi-finals for the second successive major tournament.
- At the 2009 World Championship Hendry beat Mark Williams 10–7 in first round.
- In the final he beat Mark Williams 18–11.
- He reached the third final in 2003, in which he was defeated by Mark Williams.
- In 2018, two "class of '92" players, Mark Williams and John Higgins, met in the final.
- Later that year, Fu won his first professional title at the invitational Premier League, beating Mark Williams 9–5 in the final.
- At the 2006 China Open, Ding lost 6–2 in the semi-finals to eventual winner Mark Williams.
- Robertson won his only European Tour event this year at the Gdynia Open by beating Mark Williams 4–0, meaning he has now claimed three titles in Poland during his career.
- He beat double world champion Mark Williams to qualify for the 2008 Bahrain Championship.
- At the inaugural World Grand Prix, Trump eliminated Mark Williams 4–3 on the final black, but then fell 1–5 behind against Martin Gould in the semi-finals.
- He then faced Higgins in the first round again at the 2006 World Championship, this time defeating the reigning Grand Prix and Masters champion 10–4, before being eliminated in the second round by Mark Williams.
- He defeated Swail, McCulloch, Mark Williams and Shaun Murphy on-route to the final.
- In July 2011, Bingham won the first world ranking event of his sixteen-year career, the Australian Goldfields Open, coming back from 5–8 down to beat Mark Williams 9–8 in the final to claim the $60,000 first prize.
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