Most of us who love snooker don’t just love the game for what it is, but we also love the players who represent it at the highest level. This post will discuss those snooker players who are the front of the game.
Who are the best snooker players in the world?
Look no further than this list of the very best snooker players in the world today.
Ronnie O’Sullivan is considered by many to be the best snooker
player who ever played the game. With multiple titles and records, he is unquestionably the master of his craft. But with all the natural talent in the world, its not always been plain…. Read more
The Jester from Leicster, Mark Selby is one player you really don’t want to come up against in a snooker match. He has the ability to grind players down and win frames he really shouldn’t which has stood to him so well, making him one of the best players of all time. Twice world champion, Selby has….Read More
Not so dissimilar to Ronnie O’Sullivan, Judd trump has a very natural game which has served him well and the crowd love it. Most would say that Trump should of won a lot more than he has already, but with the +40 trend in snooker at the moment, he has years to catch up with the rest of the pack. But having said this he struggles….Read More
One of the most coveted snooker players of all time, John Higgins has enjoyed being at the top of the snooker tour for a career spanning more than 20 years. The ‘Wizard’ has pulled out some amazing wins over the years in some epic battles. He has also had run-ins with snooker, most notably when accusations of match fixing arose when…..Read More
The ‘Thunder from down under’, Neil Robertson is a multi title winner of many major snooker tournaments including the World Championships. The Aussie has one of the best all round games in today’s game. Getting to where he is today was no easy feat as he had trouble when….Read More
Shaun Murphy is one of the classiest players in the modern game. Very attacking and a master break builder, Murphy has won multiple titles including the World Championships. But it hasn’t always gone to plan for Shaun….Read More
Ding is one of the first great talents to emerge from the Asian snooker scene. Tipped to be a multiple World champion, this event still eludes him. Winning most of the other big events, Ding although sometimes inconsistent, is one of the strongest players in today’s game. Struggling to get over….Read More
A late bloomer in snooker, Stuart Bingham has been around since the early 90’s but only reaching his peak in more recent years. Considered by many to be a ‘Journey man’ of snooker, Bingham proved them all wrong when he won the world championships in 2015…..Read More
A naturally gifted player from Northern Ireland, Allen has enjoyed being in the top 16 for a number of years now. Although he struggles to win big tournaments, this young man will no doubt lift big silverware at……Read More
Joe Perry has struggled on and off over the years, but over the past 3-4 years he has really established himself as one of the best in the world. In his 40’s now, Perry is always there or thereabouts in big tournaments and is certainly good enough to rival the very best of them….Read More
Ricky Walden could be one of those players you might forget about. He has the ability to sneak up out of nowhere and reach the final stages of big tournaments. This kid will be around for a long time to come and will undoubtedly win some of the big ones….Read More