Top 10 Best Players in the World
It is said that snooker was invented by Indians in 20th century. We can credit British Army who laid the foundation of this game for the first time. Soon it became a famous game of all English-speaking countries around the globe. Nowadays, a lot of interesting games like snooker, cricket, basketball, baseballs etc are being played at international level and the professional players attain worldwide fame and earn millions of dollars. Here are the top 10 best players in the world.
10. Mark Allen:
Mark Allen was born in February, 1986. He is a famous and well versed Northern Irish player. In 2004, Mark won World Amateur Championship and got entry to the Main Tour. Mark is also the winner of Jingsu Classic China tournament, Bahrain Championship and 2009 World Championship. It is quite difficult to count the total scores Allen has received, an estimate says that this left-handed snooker player has scored over 800 until now.
9. Olivier Giroud:
Olivier Giroud has been gifted with amazing gaming skills. The level of performance he has shown in his career is definitely admirable. It makes the routes for the new players to work as hard as Mark does to achieve their life’s goals.
8. Raphael Varane:
Raphael Varane is one of those very few players who have compiled three hundred century breaks during their career. This is why; he has become an inspiration for his fans to come forward and acts like the perfectionists of their careers.
7. Diego Lopez:
Diego Lopez is not only a well versed performer but also is a cool and gorgeous guy. This is might be the reason that he always grasps the attention of his female fans. Also his male fans are highly inspired from his performance. Diego Lopez has cleared the routes for many youngsters to join games as the life’s career.
6. Henrikh Mkhitaryan:
Henrikh Mkhitaryan is the winner of 2002 Benson & Hedges Championship. He also won six-red championship in 2009, 2012 and 2013. The tournaments like Malta Maters (1996) and General Cup (2013) are also credited to this professional player. Henrikh Mkhitaryan has scored over 900 during his snooker career.
5. Karim Benzema:
Karim Benzema is among the finest players. The championships and appreciations Karim Benzema has received are truly a lesson for many of us to dedicate ourselves to the professions. If you get inspired by any of this player then try your best to adapt the good habits and face the challenges of your profession to achieve the heights of success, no matter how tough the route may be.
4. Marek Hamsik:
Marek Hamsik has millions of fans all over the world and it seems that in near future he will be the winner of more championships. Why not, he plays so nice that whichever game he participates in, automatically becomes interesting for the viewers. The achievements he has gotten definitely pave the way for new talent to become as dominating as Ronnie is in his game. I am sure you are also a big fan of Ronnie like me, isn’t it?
3. Marco Fu:
Marco Fu Ka-chun was born in January, 1978. He is a wonderful snooker player of Hong Kong and one of the most remarkable winners of Grand Prix. Marco won Grand Prix against Ronnie O’Sullivan. Some of the other appreciations this snooker player has received so far are 2013 International Championship, German Masters, and 2006 World Championship.
2. Mark Davis:
Mark Davis is a leading and one of the highest paid snooker players of the era. He was born in August, 1972 in England. Davis started his career in 1990 and skilled snooker in a couple of years. By 2000, he had improved his gaming skills and managed to receive various awards.
1. Ronnie O Sullivan:
Ronnie O’Sullivan is a popular snooker player of Wordsley (his native land). He is also known as the master of snooker. He was born in December, 1975. Ronnie started his career at a small scale when he was only ten years old. He kept on playing during his school days and shaped his gaming skills by 1992. He is famous as a rapid snooker player. That is why, Ronnie got nickname “The Rocket” from his fans. Ronnie takes 4 position, following Stephen Hendry, Ray Reardon and Steve Davis in the list of highest paid and World Championships in the modern era.