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Wednesday, August 19, 2020

2020 Snooker Championship in Numbers, Stats, Ranking Updates

World Snooker Championship 2020 in Numbers, Stats, Latest Ranking Updates.






Ronnie O’Sullivan conquered the Crucible for the first time in seven years by beating Kyren Wilson 18-8 in the final of the Betfred World Championship, landing the title for the sixth time.


 The victory makes the Enlgish Man the most prolific winner of Snooker ranking titles in history, moving him to 37 in total, one ahead of Stephen Hendry.

 44 years old, O’Sullivan becomes the oldest World Champion since Reardon lifted the famous trophy at the age of 45 in 1978 and equalized the titles race with Reardon and Steve Davis. He now needs just one more world title to equal Hendry’s record of seven.

 O’Sullivan has now won 20 Triple Crown events with an extraordinary 27 years between the first and last.




2020 Snooker Championship in Numbers, Stats, Ranking Updates, Top 10 prize money winners



Betfred World Championship 2020 Crucible Stats in Numbers. 





Tournament Centuries: 79

Most Centuries: 12 – Ronnie O’Sullivan

Highest break: 147 – John Higgins

140+ Breaks: 3

Most Centuries by one player in a match: 5 – Ronnie O’Sullivan, Mark Allen

Longest Frame: 61 minutes 39 seconds – Kyren Wilson vs Anthony McGill


Deciding frames: 6 – Anthony McGill 10-9 Jack Lisowski, Ding Junhui 10-9 Mark King, Anthony McGill 13-12 Jamie Clarke, Mark Selby 13-12 Noppon Saengkham, Kyren Wilson 17-16 Anthony McGill, Ronnie O’Sullivan 17-16 Mark Selby

Crucible Debutants: 5 – Elliot Slessor, Jamie Clarke, Ashley Carty, Jordan Brown, Alexander Ursenbacher


Ronnie O’Sullivan’s Record in Snooker World Champ's Finals.



2001 beat John Higgins 18-14

2004 beat Graeme Dott 18-8

2008 beat Ali Carter 18-8

2012 beat Ali Carter 18-11

2013 beat Barry Hawkins 18-12

2014 lost to Mark Selby 18-14

2020 beat Kyren Wilson 18-8




 2020 Betfred World Championship: Latest Ranking Updates & Overall Prize Money, top 10.




 Ronnie O’Sullivan has jumped to second in the official world rankings following his victory at the Betfred World Championship.  

O’Sullivan conquered the Crucible for the sixth time on Sunday night and the £500,000 top prize boosts him up from sixth to second.

World number one Judd Trump finishes the 2019/20 season with a lead of £547,500 over O’Sullivan.

 Kyren Wilson was runner-up in Sheffield, earning his biggest pay day of £200,000, and he is up two spots to a career high position of sixth.




1 -  Judd Trump  --   1,648,500

2 -  Ronnie O'Sullivan  --   1,101,000

3 -  Neil Robertson  --   965,000

4 -  Mark Selby  --   722,000

5 -  Mark Allen  --   659,500

6 -  Kyren Wilson  --   621,500

7 -  John Higgins  --   534,500

8 -  Shaun Murphy  --   481,000

9 -  Stephen Maguire  --   478,500

10 -  Mark Williams  --   447,750



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