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Tuesday, March 12, 2019

O'Sullivan First to makes 1000 career century, 147, Stats Records.

 Ronnie O'Sullivan first man to makes 1,000th career centuries - stats, records in numbers.

Ronnie O'Sullivan became the first man to making the World Record in the Snooker World by reaching the 1,000th career centuries as he defeats 10-4 over Neil Robertson in the Players Championship 2019 final.

British, 43, O’Sullivan has reached this historic landmark record with a score of 134 in the 14th and last frame on the final against Neil Robertson at the Guild Hall in Preston, clinching a 10-4 victory. Fans rose to salute the Rocket as he celebrated this marvelous achievement.

 O'Sullivan, nicknamed "The Rocket" the Five-time world champion has a clearance of 141 would have earned him an additional £5,000 prizes for the tournament's highest break.

 It is a feat comparable to Pelé scoring his 1,000th goal in 1969, or Sunil Gavaskar becoming the first player to score 10,000 test runs in 1987 and now O'Sullivan has entered in the snooker millennium record.

Now by winning the Player championship final in 2019, it was his 35th Career title reaching the 1000th Career centuries at the Guild Hall in Preston while, BY FEAT, he got his first ever career title in 1993 at the same venue.

 In his debut pro. season in 1992/93, O’Sullivan made 29 centuries – only Hendry made it more.  – and The Rocket has been a regular scorer of three-figure totals ever since, establishing himself as the best break-builder of all-time. His biggest scores in a single season in 2017/18 when he made 74.

Ronnie O'Sullivan first man to reaches 1,000th career centuries - stats, most 147, records, 2019

 Players with Most career centuries (100), O'Sullivan on Top List. 

 O'Sullivan has played 1,257 matches and averages 0.79 centuries per match - the best average of anyone who has played more than one match.
 China's Ding Junhui has the second-best average at 0.64 centuries per match, followed by Neil Robertson with 0.63.
 Hendry is next on the list at 0.61 and Englishman Judd Trump is at 0.6.

 Stephen Hendry (775) on second and John Higgins (745) on third in the list that passes the 700 figures.

Ronnie O’Sullivan    --  1,000
Stephen Hendry   --   775
John Higgins    --    745
Neil Robertson    --    621
Judd Trump     --   596
Mark Selby  --   570
Ding Junhui   --   498
Marco Fu     --   490
Shaun Murphy   --    479
Mark Williams    --   460

 Most 147 breaks in Snooker World, history.

 O'Sullivan has also a record breaker in the 147 breaks. He has 15 as a professional, followed by the retired Hendry who has 11. Hendry's fellow Scot John Higgins is the closest challenger who is still competing - he has nine.

 The Rocket has also made the most centuries at the Crucible with 166, followed by Higgins with 138 and Hendry with 127.

Ronnie O’Sullivan     --  15
Stephen Hendry    --  11

John Higgins      --  9 
Ding Junhui     -- 6
 Shaun Murphy  --  5 

How O'Sullivan reaches 1,000 career centuries,  season-by-season.

O'Sullivan 1,000 career centuries,  season-by-season, most titles, records, history.

 Five of O'Sullivan's most memorable centuries

147 v Mick Price, 1997 World Championship

113 v Neil Robertson, 2007 Premier League

141 v Ali Carter, 2012 World Championship

103 v Barry Hawkins, 2013 World Championship

146 v Barry Pinches, 2016 Welsh Open

Ronnie O'Sullivan Stats, World Records Speaks.

 5th is the number of times when The Rocket has won the Betfred World Snooker Championships (2001, 2004, 2008, 2012, 2013).

6th  is the number of times when O'Sullivan has won the UK Championships Snooker (1993, 1997, 2001,2007,2014,2017), O’Sullivan equaled Steve Davis’ record six UK Championship titles with victory in 2017.

7th is the number of times when O'Sullivan has won the Masters Snooker (1995, 2005, 2007, 2009, 2014, 2016, 2017). The Rocket made history in January 2017 when he beats Joe Perry 10-7 to clinch snooker’s most prestigious invitational crown for the seventh time.

2001 is the year when O’Sullivan won his First World title when he beat John Higgins 18-14.

17th is the age of The Rocket, when, He won his first ranking crown, to beating Stephen Hendry 10-6 to win the UK Championship.

13the is the career centuries during the 2012-13 world snooker championship. Six of those came in the final against Barry Hawkins in the same tournament and also he Won it, his highest return for a
single match. while his -
166th the Number of centuries overall at the Crucible Theatre is more than any other player.

19th is the world ranking major titles won by The Rocket,  five World Championships, seven UK Championships, and seven Masters titles, O'Sullivan has won more BBC events than any other player

 35th the World Snooker ranking title holds by Ronnie O'Sullivan, 2nd on the list, first one is
Stephen Hendry won the record with 36th wins in ranking tournaments between 1987 and 2005.i

74th is the centuries in a single season are the most centuries made by O'Sullivan in a single calendar year 2017-18.

 How many more centuries can O'Sullivan make?

Hendry said: "Ronnie says he will carry on for another 10 years so if he does then you are talking about another 300-400 centuries that he can possibly make.

"He might make 10 more maximums in that time, you just don't know how much more he will achieve.

"He is hungry for success and enjoys being the best player in the world, even though he is not ranked there. He is going to dominate for years to come."

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