1. Ronnie O'Sullivan is "rubbish at understanding at what he's achieved in the game", according to Francis.
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8. Ronnie O'Sullivan has completed 15 maximum breaks from his first in the 1997 World Snooker Championship against Mick Price; to his 2018 English Open maximum against Allan Taylor.
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12. Ronnie O'Sullivan worked on World Snooker Championship 2007 in 2007, and Virtual Snooker in 1996.
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14. Ronnie O'Sullivan has often been compared to Alex Higgins and Jimmy White, because of both his natural talent and popularity.
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19. Ronnie O'Sullivan holds the records for the most officially recognised maximum breaks in professional competition, with 15, and for the fastest competitive maximum break, compiled in a time of just over five minutes at the 1997 World Championship.
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21. Ronnie O'Sullivan will head into his first round match against Luke Simmonds at the UK Championships.
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23. World Snooker claimed Ronnie O'Sullivan's comments bore no resemblance to feedback from other players about the venue.
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32. Ronnie O'Sullivan was one of eight "elite" players invited to play in the inaugural Hong Kong Masters.
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47. Ronnie O'Sullivan has won numerous world championships and competitions including the 2010 Party Casino Premier League where he became the first man to win a single professional title on nine separate occasions.
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52. Ronnie O'Sullivan will next be in action at the UK Championhip—which starts next week.
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53. Ronnie O'Sullivan fires Twitter barb at Grand Slam of Darts stars after row on the Oche.
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54. Ronnie O'Sullivan beat Kyren Wilson in a thrilling final at the Ricoh Arena to pocket the £100,000 top prize.
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58. Ronnie O'Sullivan won the title for the sixth time last year, matching the all-time record set by Steve Davis.
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64. Ronnie O'Sullivan has jumped 27 places up the one-year ranking list thanks to his run to the final of the BetVictor Northern Ireland Open.
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66. Ronnie O'Sullivan had won last week's Champion of Champions in Coventry and another invitation event, the Shanghai Masters, this season, but was unable to get the better of his world-ranked five opponent.
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68. Ronnie O'Sullivan will head into his first round match against Luke Simmonds at the UK Championships in York next week just 22 short of the momentous milestone.
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76. Ronnie O'Sullivan started broadcasting regularly on Brentwood radio station Phoenix FM in May 2015, co-hosting the Midweek Matchzone show with Chris Hood.
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79. Ronnie O'Sullivan made his 14th career total maximum break at the China Open before ending the season on a disappointing note, losing in the World Championship to rival Ali Carter, in an ill-tempered match that saw the players shoulder-barge each other when passing at the table.
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84. In a high scoring second session, Ronnie O'Sullivan went on to defeat Wilson 10−7 and celebrated by repeatedly punching the air.
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87. Ronnie O'Sullivan entered the World Grand Prix seeded fifth on the one-year ranking list.
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91. On 4 December 2014, Ronnie O'Sullivan completed his 13th career maximum break in the fourth round of the UK Championship, against Matthew Selt.
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92. Ronnie O'Sullivan became the only player to score six century breaks in a World Championship final.
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94. On 10 May 2012, Ronnie O'Sullivan was named as the World Snooker Player of the Year and the Snooker Writers Player of the Year.
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96. Ronnie O'Sullivan won the 10th Premier League title of his career.
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