Ronnie o Sullivan- Biography
Ronald Antonio O’Sullivan OBE (born 5 December 1975) is an English snooker champion and world number one. He is widely considered as one of the sport’s most brilliant and accomplished players, having won the World Snooker Championship seven times, tying Stephen Hendry’s modern-era record. Ronnie o Sullivan has also won a record seven Masters and seven UK Championships, giving him the most Triple Crown trophies of any player with 21. He has the record for the most ranking titles in professional snooker, with 39, and he has held the world’s number one position several times.
What is the Net Worth of Ronnie o Sullivan? Salary, Earnings
Ronnie O’Sullivan is an English professional snooker player with a net worth of $14 million. Ronnie O’Sullivan, nicknamed “The Rocket,” made his money as a six-time World Champion snooker player known for his lightning-fast play style. As of this writing, he has earned approximately $15 million in tournament money alone.
Ronnie o Sullivan- Birth, Age, Ethnicity, Siblings, Education
O’Sullivan was born in Wordsley, West Midlands, on December 5, 1975, to Ronald John and Maria (née Catalano) O’Sullivan, who operated a line of sex businesses in London’s Soho quarter. His mother is from Sicily, and O’Sullivan spent her summers as a child growing up in a village near Agrigento. He grew up in Chigwell, Essex, in the Manor Road neighborhood, where he presently lives. He is the first cousin of snooker star Maria Catalano, who won the women’s world title. His father was sentenced to life in prison for murder in 1992 and was released in 2010 after serving an 18-year sentence. Even when he is victorious, he is known for his perfection and self-criticism. Early in his career, he was afflicted with drug addiction and despair. Since 2011, Steve Peters, a close friend, and psychotherapist has been assisting him in overcoming his mood swings. He is also friends with artist Damien Hirst. O’Sullivan, who has repeatedly stated his intention to retire, took a lengthy break from the professional snooker tour during the 2012–13 season, working on a pig farm for many weeks. Ronnie o Sullivan enjoys running and has a personal best of 34 minutes and 54 seconds for 10 km competitions, which placed him among the top 1,500 10 km runners in the UK in 2008. He enjoys cooking and appeared on Saturday Kitchen on the BBC in December 2014 and February 2021. He also enjoys automobile racing and has been on the fourth season of Top Gear. Ronnie o Sullivan supports Arsenal FC. Despite his self-proclaimed interest in Islam, O’Sullivan denied media reports that he converted to Islam in 2003. He has also displayed an interest in Buddhism, having spent time at the London Buddhist Centre in Bethnal Green during his lunch breaks. He has indicated that he does not have any fixed religious convictions. O’Sullivan was awarded an OBE in the New Year Honours list in 2016 for his contributions to snooker.
Ronnie o Sullivan- Relationship, Married Life
Taylor-Ann Magnus (born 1996) is the product of a two-year relationship with Sally Magnus, while Lily (born 2006) and Ronnie Jr (born 2007) are the product of a relationship with Jo Langley, whom he met at Narcotics Anonymous. In October 2018, Taylor-Ann gave birth to a daughter, and he became a grandfather. In 2012, he met actress Laila Rouass and proposed to her in 2013. Rouass announced on social media in February 2022 that the end of their ten-year partnership
Eduardo- Professional Career
Ronnie rose to popularity as a snooker player at a young age, making his first-century break when he was ten years old. Ronnie o Sullivan achieved his first total clearing two years later, and at the age of 13, he was awarded British Under-16 Champion. He made his televised debut the following year before earning his first maximum break in the 1991 British Amateur Championships. He won the IBSF World Under-21 Championship the same year he turned professional. During his first professional season, he won 74 of his first 76 matches, establishing a 38-match winning streak. Ronnie o Sullivan earned the nickname “The Rocket” after breaking the record for the fastest best-of-9 frame match. He was the World Championship’s youngest competitor, however, he was eliminated in the first round. Ronnie o Sullivan was named WPBSA Young Player of the Year in 1993, and the following season, he won his first title at the UK Championship, making him the youngest professional ranking tournament champion ever. He finished the season tenth in the world and was named WPBSA Player of the Year. While he did not win in 1994, he consistently had strong performances. Ronnie o Sullivan won two ranking titles in 1996: the Asian Classic and the German Open. In 1999, O’Sullivan won the Scottish Open and the China Open. The next year, he won his first World Championship, and in 2001, he became world number one and won his third UK Championship. Ronnie o Sullivan won another World Championship in 2003 before capturing his second Master’s title in 2004. He won his third Masters’s title in 2006, and the following year he also won the UK Championship and the World Championship. He won his fourth and fifth World Championships back-to-back in 2011 and 2012. Over the next three years, he would win his eighth master’ title and his fifth UK Championship. Ronnie is a regular radio presenter for Phoenix FM in addition to playing the sport. In 2014, he agreed to become the global ambassador for snooker with Eurosport, which resulted in the debut of “The Ronnie O’Sullivan Show,” in which he interviews other professional players. In 2016, he released the crime novel “Framed.”.