Snooker players similar to or like Ronnie O'Sullivan

English professional snooker player from Essex. Wikipedia

  • John Higgins

    Scottish professional snooker player. Since turning professional in 1992, he has won 30 ranking titles, including four World Championships and three UK Championships, as well as two Masters titles. Wikipedia

  • Mark Williams (snooker player)

    Welsh professional snooker player who is a three-time World Champion, winning in 2000, 2003, and 2018. Often noted for his single-ball long potting ability, Williams has earned the nickname "The Welsh Potting Machine". Wikipedia

  • Stephen Hendry

    Scottish professional snooker player and a commentator for the BBC and ITV. Most successful player in the modern era of the World Snooker Championship and holds the record for the most seasons as world number one . Wikipedia

  • Judd Trump

    English professional snooker player from Bristol. A former world champion and the current world number one, he has won a career total of 21 ranking titles. Wikipedia

  • Neil Robertson

    Australian professional snooker player. He made his first breakthrough into the top professional ranks in the 2006–07 season. Wikipedia

  • Mark Selby

    English professional snooker player and three-time World Snooker Champion. He has won 19 ranking titles, placing him joint seventh (with Neil Robertson) on the all-time list of ranking tournament wins. Wikipedia

  • Jimmy White

    English senior snooker player who has won three seniors World titles, and is the reigning champion. 1980 World Amateur Champion, 2009 Six-red World champion, 3 time World Seniors Champion , 2019 Seniors 6-Red World Champion and 1984 World Doubles champion with Alex Higgins. Wikipedia

  • Steve Davis

    Retired English professional snooker player from Plumstead, London. He dominated the sport during the 1980s, reaching eight World Snooker Championship finals in nine years and winning six world titles. Wikipedia

  • Stuart Bingham

    English professional snooker player. Former world champion and former Masters champion. Wikipedia

  • Ken Doherty

    Irish professional snooker player, commentator and radio presenter. Amateur, Doherty won the Irish Amateur Championship twice, the World Under-21 Amateur Championship and the World Amateur Championship. Wikipedia

  • Ding Junhui

    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

  • Stephen Maguire

    Scottish professional snooker player. He has won six major ranking tournaments, including the 2004 UK Championship, reaching the final of that event a further two times. Wikipedia

  • Shaun Murphy

    English professional snooker player who won the 2005 World Championship. Noted for his straight cue action and his long potting. Wikipedia

  • Mark Allen (snooker player)

    Northern Irish professional snooker player. He won the World Amateur Championship in 2004. Wikipedia

  • Mark Davis (snooker player)

    English professional snooker player from St Leonards in Sussex. Considered something of a journeyman; however, he vastly improved his game in the late 2000s, and as a result managed to get in the top 16 for the first time in 2012. Wikipedia

  • Peter Ebdon

    English retired professional snooker player. World Champion in 2002, beating Stephen Hendry 18–17 in the final, and won the UK Championship in 2006 and seven other ranking events between 1993 and 2012. Wikipedia

  • English professional snooker player. He won one ranking title, the 1985 Classic. Wikipedia

  • John Parrott

    English former professional snooker player and television personality. Familiar face on the professional snooker circuit during the late 1980s and throughout the 1990s, and remained within the top 16 of the world rankings for fourteen consecutive seasons. Wikipedia

  • Barry Hawkins

    English professional snooker player from Ditton, Kent. He turned professional in 1996, but only rose to prominence in the 2004–05 snooker season, when he reached the last 16 of the 2004 UK Championship, the quarter-finals of the 2004 British Open, and the semi-finals of the 2005 Welsh Open. Wikipedia

  • Kyren Wilson

    English professional snooker player from Kettering and a four-time ranking event winner. He has been a runner-up at two of the three Triple Crown events, having reached the final at both the 2018 Masters and the 2020 World Snooker Championship. Wikipedia

  • Retired Welsh snooker player and current snooker coach and pundit. Runner-up in 1988. Wikipedia

  • Alan McManus

    Scottish professional snooker player and commentator. A mainstay of the world's top sixteen during the 1990s and 2000s, he has won two ranking events, the 1994 Dubai Classic and the 1996 Thailand Open, and competed in the World Championship semi-finals in 1992, 1993 and 2016. Wikipedia

  • Matthew Stevens

    Welsh professional snooker player. He has won two of the game's most prestigious events, the Benson and Hedges Masters in 2000 and the UK Championship in 2003. Wikipedia

  • Tony Drago

    Maltese former professional snooker and pool player. Known for his speed around the table, during his snooker career he won two professional titles: the 1993 Strachan Challenge Event 3 and the 1996 Guangzhou Masters. Wikipedia

  • Marco Fu

    Hong Kong professional snooker player. Three-time ranking event winner, having won the 2007 Grand Prix, the 2013 Australian Goldfields Open and the 2016 Scottish Open. Wikipedia

  • Anthony Hamilton (snooker player)

    English professional snooker player noted for his strong break-building technique and distinctive appearance. He has spent five seasons ranked among the game's elite Top 16, and fifteen in the Top 32, reaching a career-high of number ten in the world in the 1999/2000 season. Wikipedia

  • Liang Wenbo

    Chinese professional snooker player. Left-handed. Wikipedia

  • Ryan Day (snooker player)

    Welsh professional snooker player. As a prolific break-builder, he has compiled more than 350 century breaks during his career and two maximum breaks. Wikipedia

  • David Gilbert (snooker player)

    English professional snooker player. Former World Snooker Young Player of Distinction and practises in Tamworth, Staffordshire at Tamworth Cue Sports Leisure Club. Wikipedia


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.Jimmy White-Wikipedia
  • Trailing his opponent Ronnie O'Sullivan 4–8 in the final, Davis won the next six frames for a 10–8 win.Steve Davis-Wikipedia
  • Another popular sport commonly associated with pub games is Snooker, and England has produced several world champions, including Steve Davis and Ronnie O'Sullivan.England-Wikipedia
  • 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.Steve Davis-Wikipedia
  • He won his two qualification matches for the World Open; but lost 1–3 against Ronnie O'Sullivan in the last 32.Jimmy White-Wikipedia
  • 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.John Higgins-Wikipedia

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