The answer is quite simple; lot´s of similar players, no-one can really dominate.
Ben Woollaston, Jak Jones, Judd Trump, Mark Selby, Ronnie O´Sullivan, Neil Robertson and Kyren Wilson are quite same as they. There probably should be something truly unique in them, likes some or many to be honest, hazard types of positional shots that one could really dominate. Or that they would have genuine crowds-backing in order to make them highly spirited snooker players.
Judd has now dominated a bit. That´s down to those slightly akwards "small" cannons he tends to play. That´s just that; a slightly hazard-types of cue ball controls. The obvious difficulty is just to make them right more often than not.
The safeties, counter-snookers, a willingness to struggle a bit during those safety-battles could be a yet another factor which would help a one to win big. That´s probably even more difficult than those hazard cue balls controls or genuine crowds-backing as particularly Mark Selby has mastered the laying the properly timed snookers and laying the counter-snookers.
Anthony Hamilton, Anthony McGill, Ding Junhui and Ursenbacher are slightly different quite of an animals. They could be on to something in terms of winning quite big, but it could take a few more years in order that to happen.
Just my opinions those, obviously. Not that much statistics or any further analyses of the results tells now.
Some true analyses, yes, but not any further analyses.
That Norwegian lad could well be a next "some" thing, as he has his, er, strenghts, er. Er. Martin Gould and Pengfei are quite off now. John Higgins, Joe Perry and his "own Jones" and Mark J Williams playing their own stuffs also. Which, sadly, won´t be enough to win big. Joe Perry, perhaps, why not.