Perseverance to become a genius, an elegant figure on the snooker field

On the snooker arena, they are elegant and skilled, taking every shot with ease and concentration. They enjoyed every minute of the arena, and also enjoyed the hero-to-hero battle. Hard work, focus, and seriousness have become synonymous with them. Then let’s watch their style with the editor!


Michael Holt

British professional snooker player

Changed to a professional snooker player in 1996. He has reached the 1999 UK Championship, the 2003 LG Cup, and the quarterfinals of the 2005 Grand Prix.

The best record of the 06/07 season was to reach the top 16 in the Malta Cup, beating Ronnie O’Sullivan 5-3. He lost 4-5 to Mark King in the deciding game when he hit the colored ball and failed to enter the fourth quarter-final of his career.

In the same season, by defeating Andrew Ganier, he broke into the main match of the World Snooker Championship and lost 4-10 to the final champion John Higgins in the first round.

After the end of the season, his ranking dropped three places to 24th, and he remained in the top 32 for four consecutive years.

Michael Holt loves music and admires Ian Brown, the lead singer of Stone Roses. His brother Matt is a guitarist in the rock band “The Kull”. In addition, Holt, who loves to travel, often visits European countries in summer. He also traveled in the United States for a few weeks in 2006. He also has a special part-time job in Greece: ballroom DJ, and this avid Nottingham Forest fan also has fitness. Qualified as a coach and have good cooking skills.


Michael white

British professional snooker player

Turned into a professional snooker player in 2007. Commonly known as “Little White”, relative to the British snooker legend Jimmy White.

In the 2007-08 season, Michael White turned into a professional player, but because he did not reach the age of 16, he did not qualify for that season.

moved to the professional arena, Wright’s first match was a qualification for the Masters. Tom Ford swept 4-0 in his first match, but he lost 2-5 to Barry Hawkins in the second match.

Wright’s first professional season was not ideal. He only won 4 of the seven ranked matches. In the first Grand Prix of the Ranking Tournament, he defeated Drago, but lost the other 6 games. White’s most successful game was a 10-4 victory over Georgia in the first round of the World Championships qualifier, but a 4-10 loss to Pinches in the second round. For Wright, who has just transferred, these experiences are very important for his performance in the following seasons.

In the 2009-10 season, Wright defeated former World Championship champion John Pallot 5-0 in the first round of the Shanghai Masters Qualifying Tournament, but lost to Mark Davis 3-5 in the second round. Little White’s best result in the 2009-10 season was the top 48 in the British Championships. He defeated Daniel Wells, Golden Dragon and Jamie Burnett one after another. In the final round, he lost 4-9 to Liang Wenbo and missed the main match. Top 32. This result also guarantees that he can compete in the rankings with a good ranking.

In the 2010-11 season, Wright defeated 3 more players in the Shanghai Masters Qualifying Tournament and entered the top 48, including a 5-1 victory over Dominic Dell and a 1-5 loss to Alberton in the final round.

At the 2015 Snooker India Open, Michael White defeated Golden left-hand Mark Williams and national champion Walton 4-2 and 5-0 in succession. After winning the single-time limited time match, he won He became the first person born in the 90s to win his first major ranking competition.


Alan McManus

British professional snooker player

Turned into a professional snooker career in 1990, nicknamed “Angles”. He started his career very well, reaching the semi-finals of the World Professional Championship twice in the first three seasons after becoming a professional player. Mike Manas also climbed extremely fast on the world rankings table. He even jumped and jumped to the top 16 in only two seasons. Since the 1993-1994 season, it has been maintained at this level.

In the 1992-93 season, he reached TOP16 and maintained it until 2006. His career-high ranking was No. 6.

In 1994, Alan McManus’ first ranked championship was won in the 1994 Dubai Classic. Another major achievement was the 1994 Masters, where he defeated Stephen Hendry 9-8, winning this title for the first time. Since Alan McManus participated in the World Professional Championship for the first time in 1991, he has only failed to reach the top 16 on two occasions. In 1994, he cleared the stage with a single stroke of 143 and won the highest single stroke award of the year.

In 1996, in the first round of the World Professional Championship against Mick Price, Alan McManus first fell behind 3-5, but then took the next seven innings in one go, and entered the first round 10-5. Second round of competition. After the game, Mick Price said: “I changed a vest during the break, and maybe I should also change the bar.” Alan McManus’s words at the 1995 World Professional Championship were full. Showed his confidence in himself.

Alan McManus’s aspirations are world-class, and he has kept his name in the top 16 for 12 consecutive years. In the last 5 seasons, his performance has not experienced big ups and downs. Although he only won two games in the first four points of last season, he reached the top 8 in the Malta Cup, the top 4 in the China Open, and the top 8 in the final World Championship. With the outstanding performance of these three stations, he kept his ranking tenaciously in the top 16.

In the 2013 season, the Australian Open lost 0-5 to Chinese snooker star Ding Junhui in the first round.

On January 28, 2016, the World Taiwan Federation announced that Alan McManus had been elected to the World Taiwan Federation’s board of directors and took over the 6-time snooker world champion Steve Davis as the player director.

On January 28, 2017, Alan McManus joined the World Taiwan Federation Board of Directors and became the Director of Players.

Today’s broadcast has come to an end. Have you been so handsome by these handsome stars? Interested friends can continue to look forward to the next broadcast!

I heard that in the 2017 China·Shangrao·Yushan “Sanqingshan” Cup Snooker World Open, these elegant snooker masters will also be on the court, so let’s make an appointment together in the passionate September. Enjoy the grand occasion!

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