Viimeisimmät twiitit käyttäjältä Ronnie O'Sullivan (@ronnieo). Snooker player. I have a degree in snooker and I am a genius.. haha. @RileyBCE, @Eurosport. Die unglaubliche Ronnie O'Sullivan Sportgeschichte - Teil 1 Die Szene ist mittlerweile legendär. Schiedsrichterin Michaela Tabb schaute streng, sie ermahnte. Ronnie O'Sullivan reacts during his defeat against James Cahill in the opening round of the world snooker championship at Crucible Theatre on April 23, in.
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He won his first ranking title at the UK Championship aged 17 years and days, making him the youngest player ever to win a professional ranking event, a record he still holds.
He is also the youngest player ever to win the Masters, which he first achieved in , aged 19 years and 69 days. O'Sullivan is now also noted for his longevity in the sport, having competed in a record 28 consecutive World Championships at the Crucible between and Winning the World Championship aged 44 years and days made him the second-oldest player after Ray Reardon to win a world title in snooker's modern era.
A prolific break-builder, O'Sullivan is the only player to have achieved 1, career century breaks , a milestone he reached in the Players Championship final.
He has also achieved the highest number of officially recognized maximum breaks in professional competition, with 15, and the fastest competitive maximum break, compiled in a time of 5 minutes and 8 seconds at the World Championship.
Noted for his unpredictable temperament and outspoken views, O'Sullivan has often been at the centre of controversy in the sport. He has received many warnings and sanctions from snooker's governing body over his conduct and comments, and has frequently threatened to retire.
Outside his playing career, he has worked as a pundit for Eurosport , has written crime novels and autobiographies, and has starred in the miniseries Ronnie O'Sullivan's American Hustle.
O'Sullivan began playing snooker at age 7 and soon became a noted amateur competitor, winning his first club tournament at age 9, making his first competitive century break at age 10,  and winning the British Under Championship at age After turning professional in at the age of 16, he won 74 of his first 76 qualifying matches,  including a record 38 consecutive professional victories.
He is the youngest Masters champion in history. Between and , O'Sullivan reached three world semifinals in four years.
At the World Championship , he achieved his first maximum break in professional competition; compiled in a time of 5 minutes and 8 seconds, it remains the fastest competitive maximum break in snooker history.
He reached his first world final in , where he defeated John Higgins 18—14 to claim his first world title and reach number two in the world rankings.
During the World Championship , he shaved his head mid-tournament and exhibited what The Independent called a "public emotional disintegration" while losing 11 of the last 14 frames in his quarterfinal against Peter Ebdon.
In , O'Sullivan won his third Masters title and his fourth UK Championship , his first ranking title in almost three years. Despite taking a 10—5 lead, O'Sullivan lost 14—18, his first defeat in a world final.
He won consecutive Masters in and for a record seven Masters titles. During the —18 season , he won five ranking events.
At the World Snooker Championship , O'Sullivan came from 14—16 behind in his semifinal against Selby to win 17—16; he then defeated Kyren Wilson 18—8 in the final to win his sixth world title, setting new records of 37 career ranking titles and 20 titles in the Triple Crown Series.
Aged 44 years and days, he became the oldest player to win a world title since Reardon in The tournament also marked his 28th consecutive Crucible appearance, surpassing Hendry's previous record of 27 consecutive appearances.
Known for his fast and attacking style of play, O'Sullivan gained the nickname "The Rocket" after winning a best-of-nine frame match in a record 43 minutes during his debut season as a professional.
O'Sullivan is highly regarded in the sport, with several of his peers regarding him as the greatest player ever      and some labelling him a "genius".
One of the most popular players on the circuit,  he is noted for being a "showman",  and has helped improve the image of snooker with the general public.
After Barry Hearn took charge of World Snooker in , O'Sullivan became a vocal critic of how Hearn reconfigured the professional tour.
He took issue with increased travel expectations, flat draws that required top professionals to play more rounds against lower ranked opponents, reduced prize money for breaks, and tournament venues he saw as inadequate.
He accused snooker's governing body of bullying and intimidating him, claimed that Hearn was running a "dictatorship,"  protested alleged mistreatment by snooker's authorities by giving robotic or monosyllabic responses in interviews,  and refused opportunities to make maximum breaks in apparent protest over inadequate prize money for the achievement.
During the World Championship, O'Sullivan publicly criticised the standard of new players coming into snooker, stating that he would have to "lose an arm and a leg to fall out of the top 50".
In March , Eurosport signed an exclusive deal with O'Sullivan to make him its global ambassador for snooker, with the goal of driving the sport's international appeal.
He also wrote for Yahoo! The series showed the pair travelling to different cities in the US learning the art of pool hustling. Although the novels are not autobiographical, they are loosely based on his early experiences and family life.
Published in , it contains healthy recipes and advice for "living better, eating healthier and feeding your brain to enhance your performance".
He has three children: Taylor-Ann Magnus born from a two-year relationship with Sally Magnus,  and Lily born and Ronnie born from a relationship with Jo Langley, whom he met at Narcotics Anonymous.
Known for his perfectionism  and for being highly self-critical,  even in victory,   he has suffered from depression and struggled with drug addiction and alcoholism in his early career.
Despite a self-professed interest in Islam , O'Sullivan denied media reports that claimed he had converted to the religion in However, he denies having a firm commitment to any religion.
Achieved in 5 minutes and 8 seconds, O'Sullivan's maximum in also holds the record for the fastest maximum in competitive play. Initially Guinness World Records recorded the time at 5 minutes and 20 seconds,  but recent evidence suggests that the BBC started the timer too early on the break.
O'Sullivan also holds the record for the total number of century breaks , compiling over 1, century breaks in professional competition.
He scored his 1,th century in the winning frame of the Players Championship final. Ronnie O'Sullivan.
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Holds the record for the fastest maximum break A maximum is achieved when a snooker player pots 15 reds followed by 15 blacks for points, followed by potting yellow, green, brown, blue, pink and black for 27 points.
He achieved the feat in the 1st round of World Snooker Championship and it was commonly accepted at the time that he achieved it in 5 minutes and 20 seconds.
However, an investigation undertaken by Deadspin in revealed that the time recorded by Guinness World Records is incorrect because the timer was started too early on the BBC footage.
Breaks are not officially timed in snooker and the official rules of snooker do not specify how they should be timed, instead leaving the timing to the discretion of the broadcaster.
The only timing methodology World Snooker sanctions in its events is the one employed in shot clock events where timing for a player's shot begins when the balls have come to rest from his opponent's previous shot.
Under this convention the break would have been timed at 5 minutes and 15 seconds. However, World Snooker has since suggested that a break starts when the player strikes the cueball for the first time in a break which would result in a time of 5 minutes and 8 seconds, and this is the time that World Snooker now officially acknowledges.
Noted for declaring his intention to quit playing snooker repeatedly. Leads the field for winning the most ranking tournaments in the modern era with 37 ranking tournament wins to his name.
Winner of 7 Master titles , , , , , and an invitation event which only the top 16 seeded players can play. Ronnie O'Sullivan was ranked outside the top 16 when he won the Masters title and was eligible to enter the tournament because he won the World Snooker Championship.
By winning his 7th master title in , O'Sullivan broke the record of most Masters titles he jointly held with Stephen Hendry when he won it in the previous year.
Scored 6 century breaks at a World Snooker Championship Final achieved in , a record at the time. Scored break at the World Championship Final , an all time record.
The previous record was and was achieved by Ronnie O'Sullivan himself in Ronnie O'Sullivan holds the record for making the most centuries in a best-of-9 match compiling five centuries including a to beat Ali Carter at the Northern Ireland Trophy.
Holds the record for the most unanswered points during a match. He scored points without reply during his whitewash against Ricky Walden in the Masters.
He also finished the entire match in less than 1 hour in doing so. Had a perfect head to head record against opponent Ali Carter. He and Carter met in 14 televised matches with Ronnie winning the first However, on 28th April , Carter managed to beat him for the first time in the 2nd round in the World Snooker Championship.
Has achieved the most centuries at the Crucible Theatre, breaking Stephen Hendry's record of Crucible centuries. As of , he has scored century breaks during the Snooker World Championship.
Spoke very highly of John Higgins playing style. Is the cousin of female snooker player Maria Catalano, who has been ranked number one in the women's game.
Lily born and Ronnie Jr. His mother Maria is from Sicily and his paternal grandfather hails from Cork, Ireland. Since February became engaged to British actress Laila Rouass.
On 22 January won the Masters. Successfully defended his title by beating Joe Perry in the final, winning him his seventh title.
In doing so, O'Sullivan became the first player since Paul Hunter in to successfully defend a Masters title. Is very fond of the Chinese snooker player Yan Bingtao.