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Sentences forStephen Hendry
- Davis was replaced as world number one by Stephen Hendry at the end of the 1989–90 snooker season, but regained the position until the 1995–1996 season.
- At the 2010 UK Championship in December White lost 8–9 to Stephen Hendry in the first-round after he had come through three qualifying rounds to get to Telford.
- Trailing Stephen Hendry 1–4 in their best-of-17-frames quarterfinal at the 2006 UK Championship, he abruptly conceded the match during the sixth frame and left the arena.
- Seven time World Snooker Champion Stephen Hendry added his handprints on 21 January 2007.
- He reached six World Championship finals but never won the event; the closest he came was in 1994 when he lost in a final frame decider against Stephen Hendry.
- This moved Higgins level with Steve Davis in the list of ranking events won, but still eight behind Stephen Hendry.
- Stephen Hendry holds the record for the most world titles in the modern era, having won the tournament seven times.
- In the modern game, the best record is that of Stephen Hendry, who won seven times in the 1990s.
- In the final Stephen Hendry beat White 18–12 becoming, at 21 years, 111 days, the youngest ever world champion.
- When snooker player Stephen Hendry was surprised with the red book in 1990, aged 21, he remarked that he had "hardly had a life".
- In 1988 he defeated John Campbell, Stephen Hendry and Tony Knowles to reach his fourth World Championship semi-final.
- In the book Masters of the Baize, a detailed comparison and ranking of snooker professionals, Luke Williams and Paul Gadsby rated Davis as the third greatest snooker player of all time (behind Joe Davis and Stephen Hendry).
- In doing so, he became only the third player, after Steve Davis and Stephen Hendry, to win all three Triple Crown events in one season.
- In April 1997, he went on to win the British Open, beating Stephen Hendry 9–2 in the final.
- He also qualified for the World Championship but lost 7–10 to Stephen Hendry after leading 7–5.
- In 2000 Stephen Hendry was beaten 10–7 in the first round by Crucible debutant Stuart Bingham.
- He qualified for the final stages of the 2005 World Championship, losing 7–10 to Stephen Hendry in the first round.
- Having turned professional in 1990, Doherty has won a total of six ranking tournaments, including the 1997 World Snooker Championship in which he defeated Stephen Hendry, inflicting Hendry's first loss in a world final.
- He did earn an encouraging 4–3 win over world number one Neil Robertson at the Welsh Open; Williams said afterwards that he was glad he had ignored his friend Stephen Hendry's advice to retire and believed he still had ranking event titles left in him.
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