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Ronald O’Sullivan is a professional snooker player who is the current world champion. Check out How much is Ronnie OSullivan worth.

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O’Sullivan made his first competitive century break at age 10 and his first competitive maximum break at age 15.

Ronnie OSullivan : How much is worth | Next match

In 2019, he became the first and only player to achieve 1,000 century breaks in professional competition, a record he has since extended to over 1,100 centuries.

He has made the highest number of officially recognised maximum breaks in professional competition, with 15, and holds the Guinness World Record for the fastest competitive maximum break, compiled in a time of 5 minutes and 8 seconds at the 1997 World Championship.

Known as a controversial and outspoken figure on the professional tour, O’Sullivan has struggled during his career with depression, mood swings, and drug and alcohol abuse, and has been disciplined multiple times by the World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association for his behaviour and comments.

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Ronnie O’Sullivan is an English professional snooker player who has a net worth of $14 million.

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Net Worth: $14 Million
Date of Birth Dec 5, 1975 (46 years old)     
Place of Birth Wordsley
Gender Male
Height 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
Profession Snooker player
Nationality England

Ronnie O’Sullivan, nicknamed “The Rocket”, has earned his net worth as a six-time World Champion snooker player who is known for his rapid playing style.

As of this writing he has earned around $15 million in tournament money alone.

He is considered to be the most naturally talented player in the history of snooker. He won his third UK title with his win over Doherty with a 10-1 finish in the 2001/2002 season.

At the beginning of the 2004/2005 season he won the Grand Prix, with his win over Ian McCulloch in the final 9-5. He has won World Championships in 2001, 2004, 2008, 2012, 2013 and 2020.

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Ronnie O’Sullivan cannot comprehend practising with a rival before a big match – and was left unimpressed with Mark Allen and Jordan Brown at the UK Championship.

Northern Irish duo Allen and Brown, who are close friends and practice partners, shared pleasantries before their first-round clash in York.

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The pair drew each other for the first time in professional competition, and the game was played in good spirits with in-form Allen coming out on top 6-4 at the Barbican on Saturday.

Ahead of their clash, Allen and Brown were seen chatting away in the practice room before they hit the match table, and embraced with a warm hug rather than the traditional pre-game handshake.

But world champion O’Sullivan, who is purposely an isolated figure on tour, was baffled by the pre-match pleasantries.

“I don’t get it, I just don’t get it. Listen maybe I’m just different but I don’t want to talk to anyone, I’ve got no interest,” O’Sullivan told Eurosport.

“This is what it’s all about, competition, this is the most important part. I don’t understand it, I really don’t, but everyone’s different.”

O’Sullivan’s view was shared by Jimmy White, who qualified for the UK Championship himself aged 60 before his amazing run was ended by Ryan Day in the Last-32. “As Ron says, at the end of the day it’s your business, whoever’s in front of you you’ve got to annihilate them,” White said.

“So I am a bit with Ron there, chatting before the game… me and Tony Meo would sort of avoid each other nicely. We would nod but we would not have a normal conversation. You do not want to be giving any pleasantries before a match you want to win.”

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