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Sentences forRonnie O'Sullivan
- In his quarter-final against Ronnie O'Sullivan, however, White reverted to his more familiar all-out attacking style and lost the first session 1–7.
- Trailing his opponent Ronnie O'Sullivan 4–8 in the final, Davis won the next six frames for a 10–8 win.
- Davis did not qualify for the German Masters (losing 1–5 to Robert Milkins), and lost 1–6 in the first round of the UK Championship to Ronnie O'Sullivan.
- He won his two qualification matches for the World Open; but lost 1–3 against Ronnie O'Sullivan in the last 32.
- Higgins played Ronnie O'Sullivan in the final and was 5–4 down after the first session, but returned to take six of the next eight frames and win his second title in a week.
- 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 2020.
- Also in 1997, Stephen Hendry played Ronnie O'Sullivan in the Liverpool Victoria Charity Challenge final.
- Winning the World Seniors Championship in August 2019, White qualified for the 2019 Champion of Champions tournament where he narrowly lost 3–4 to Ronnie O'Sullivan in the first round.
- His total of 18 Triple Crown tournament wins is surpassed only by Ronnie O'Sullivan's 20.
- In the quarter-finals he defeated Shaun Murphy 6–4, but eventually lost a high-quality match in the semi-finals 5–6 against Ronnie O'Sullivan.
- In 1996, Peter Ebdon reached the final, beating Jimmy White, Steve Davis and Ronnie O'Sullivan on the way.
- Mark Selby won the world title in 2014 by beating defending champion Ronnie O'Sullivan 18–14 in the final having trailed 5–10.
- The reigning world champion is Ronnie O'Sullivan.
- Ronnie O'Sullivan has also won six titles, between 2001 and 2020.
- His first quarter-final of the campaign was at the International Championship and he trailed Ronnie O'Sullivan 0–3, before winning five successive frames with a high break of 120.
- Williams suffered a 1–5 defeat to Mark King in the first round of the World Open and by the same scoreline to Ronnie O'Sullivan in the second round of the China Open.
- He recorded another quarter-final at the UK Championship, but was downed 2–6 by Ronnie O'Sullivan.
- In 2020, Ronnie O'Sullivan made a record 28th consecutive appearance at the Crucible and won the World Championship for the sixth time, collecting prize money of £500,000 after beating Kyren Wilson 18-8 in the final.
- He drew Ronnie O'Sullivan in the first round of the Masters and was 4–2 ahead.
- Williams won only one ranking event in the following season, the Grand Prix, with a 9–5 victory over Ronnie O'Sullivan in the final, but he was a runner-up in two other ranking events, the 2000 UK Championship and the China Open.
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