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Ronnie O'Sullivan was born on December 5, 1975 in Wordsley, West Midlands. He grew up in Essex though, and after taking a shine to snooker registered his first-century break (117) at the age of just ten.

After making his first maximum 147 break at the 1991 British Amateur Championships, and winning the IBSF World Under-21 Championship in the same year, O’Sullivan turned pro at the age of 16.

One of the most successful snooker players in history. Ronnie is a six-time world champion, a seven-time Masters champion, and a seven-time UK champion.

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The 1992/93 season was The Rocket’s debut campaign on the pro tour, and he was in outstanding form, producing a record 38-match winning streak

At the age of 17 years and 358 days he became the youngest ever winner of a professional ranking tournament when defeating Stephen Hendry 10-6 in the UK Championship final

O’Sullivan set the record for the fastest ever-competitive maximum break at the 1997 World Championships, potting all the balls in an incredible 5 minutes and 8 seconds against Mick Price

The snooker star became world number one for the first time in 2002 and has spent five seasons as the highest-ranked player on the planet

A prolific break-builder, O'Sullivan is the only player to have achieved 1,000 career century breaks

He also has the highest number of officially recognised maximum breaks in professional competition, with 15