Die Betway UK Championship war ein Snookerturnier im Rahmen der Snooker Main Tour der Saison /21, das vom November bis zum 6. Der besondere Eurosport-Service für Snooker-Fans: Ergebnisse, Ansetzungen und TV-Übertragungen auf einen Blick. UK Championship scores von connectwirelessweb.com bietet Livescores, Ergebnisse und UK Championship Spieldetails.
UK ChampionshipDie Betway UK Championship war ein Snookerturnier im Rahmen der Snooker Main Tour der Saison /21, das vom November bis zum 6. Der besondere Eurosport-Service für Snooker-Fans: Ergebnisse, Ansetzungen und TV-Übertragungen auf einen Blick. Betway UK Championship Pencil. Tour: Main Tour; Date: 23 Nov - 6 Dec ; Venue: Marshall Arena, Milton Keynes, England; Type.
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Ronnie O'Sullivan has won the tournament a record seven times, followed by Steve Davis with six titles and Stephen Hendry with five.
Neil Robertson is the reigning champion, winning his third title in The following year the event moved to the Guild Hall, Preston , where it remained until The rules were changed in when the tournament was granted ranking status and all professionals were allowed to enter.
Since then, it has carried more ranking points than any tournament other than the World Championship  until being overtaken by the International Championship and China Open, both of which offer a higher number of ranking points based on the amount of money in pounds sterling on offer for winning the event.
The tournament has seen many memorable finals. In and , it provided Patsy Fagan and John Virgo with their first and only major tournament wins respectively.
In , it was Steve Davis 's first of his 83 professional tournament wins. In , the final between Davis and Terry Griffiths set the stage for four more final battles between Davis and Griffiths that were to dominate the rest of the season before their unexpected losses in the first round of the World Championship.
In , Alex Higgins beat Davis 16—15 after having trailed 7—0 at the end of the first session. In , Willie Thorne led Davis 13—10 at the start of the evening session, only to miss a simple blue off its spot and lose 16— The victory regenerated Davis's confidence after his devastating World Championship loss; Thorne, on the other hand, never won another ranking title.
In , Doug Mountjoy became the oldest winner of the UK Championship aged 46 years old when he was widely viewed as just making up the numbers against the rising Stephen Hendry , producing a stunning display to win 16— Even more astonishingly, he was to win the Mercantile Credit Classic the following month, which at the time made Mountjoy only the fourth player to win two ranking tournaments in a row.
This made him the second oldest ranking event winner after Ray Reardon Stephen Hendry 's win prefigured his decade of dominance similar to the one prefigured by Davis's win in ; its significance was emphasised by the fact that the losing finalist was Davis himself.
Hendry's 16—15 win the following year, over Davis again, spoke to his unique qualities of nerve. Doherty has appeared in two more memorable finals.
In , Ronnie O'Sullivan became the youngest-ever winner of the tournament and any ranking tournament aged just 17 years old. Eight years later, in , he delivered the final's best winning margin since it had become the best of 19 frames in the tournament, beating Ken Doherty 10—1.
Three years later, in , Stephen Maguire repeated the feat against David Gray. Doherty almost won the tournament in the final against Mark Williams , but lost 9—10 in a dramatic deciding frame.
The tournament saw Davis, aged 48, reached his first ranking tournament final for almost two years and make his highest break in tournament play for 23 years.
In a match that featured the widest age gap between finalists in professional tournament history, he lost 6—10 to the year-old Ding Junhui.
The following year, Peter Ebdon won the title and, in doing so, became the first and only man to have both won and lost a World and a UK Championship final to Stephen Hendry.
In , the tournament was won by Ronnie O'Sullivan for the fourth time, again with some ease, as he beat Stephen Maguire 10—2 in the final.
The tournament was also notable for the longest televised frame 77 minutes between Marco Fu and Mark Selby and Ronnie O'Sullivan's maximum break in the deciding frame of the semi-final.
The final saw the reigning world champion John Higgins lose to Ding Junhui, after he missed the brown and the chance to go 8—6 in front.
The final turned out to be another dramatic match, instantly described by many commentators as an all-time classic. At one point, John Higgins, playing in his first major tournament after the end of a six-month ban for his involvement in match-fixing discussions , was 5—9 down to Mark Williams.
However, he won the next two frames. At 7—9, Williams led by 29 points with only 27 on the table, leaving Higgins requiring a snooker to remain in the tournament.
Higgins got the snooker and cleared the colours. Another frame won by Higgins took the match to the decider. Finally, with only brown, blue, pink and black left at the table, Higgins potted the brown into a top pocket by playing cross-double across the long axis of the table and then added a difficult long blue and equally difficult pink, thereby winning the frame and thus the tournament by 10—9.
In the emotional post-match interview, he described his win as his finest hour and dedicated it to his terminally ill father. In the event returned to the Barbican Centre in York ,  and the matches until the quarter-finals were reduced to best of 11 frames.
The tournament was contractually due to stay at the Barbican Centre until ,  but it also hosted the event in In , the final featured Australia's Neil Robertson and China's Liang Wenbo , the first time that a UK Championship final had been contested between two overseas players.
The next two editions of the tournament - in and , were captured by O'Sullivan who became the first player since Stephen Hendry in to successfully defend the UK title.
In addition, O'Sullivan set a new record for most UK titles with seven. The final line ups of and featured a combination of these three players.
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