Top the greatest snookers all the time

Snooker is one of the most interesting sports in the world which only limits small amount of players. Generally speaking, snooker requires special skills about rules as well flexibility about reaction and response.

This article will share top the greatest snookers all the time. Following it if you are caring about this excellent game.

Ronnie O’Sullivan

Ronnie O’Sullivan is regraded the star of snookers with many records and achievements. He always expressed talent and prompt reaction in per match.

About the achievement list, we can refer some main prizes such as five times for the World Championships, six times for the Masters titles, five times for the UK Championships. Furthermore, he has ever kept a three-time record holder for the youngest player.

 Stephen Hendry

Stephen has 27 years for this game. In 1990, he became the youngest player when reaching the World Champion.

During his career, he also is on top the best snookers with 7 times for the world title, 6 times for Masters titles and 5 times for the UK Championship. The fact that he always reached excellent achievement in 8 consecutive seasons. No doubt when we vote he is one of the greatest snooker players of all time.

Steve Davis

Steve Davis dominated this sport in the 80s so he is also well-known as the first superstar snooker.

Before he retired in 2016, he had 6 times for the World titles. The most famous match was between Steve Davis an Dennis Taylor in World Championship Final in 1985. Unlucky that his opponent became a winner only on the final black ball. Steve Davis had excellent expression and made deeply impression with fans in the world. Some reports said that there were more than 18.5 million people to follow and cheer up him in this match.