NNear wrote:Ronnie is generally clipping in 40-50 a year but that's going to skyrocket if he truly does start entering CL...
This decade so far, and we're only half way through, we have guys who have made more than 250 centuries and the rate is going up due to the amount of events on the calendar.
I'd be amazed if there aren't multiple players with a 1000 centuries within the next even 20 years never mind 30.
Even Ronnie on a limited schedule has made I think it's 188 centuries so far 4.5 years into the decade starting 2010...
Ding makes a century 1 in 11 over his career, Ronnie 1 in 12 and Judd 1 in 13, and at least two of these have many years left on a tour that throws frames at them to achieve massive numbers.
Hendry I think made 1 in 15.
vodkadiet wrote:O'Sullivan is the most likely. If he plays until he is 45 he could make it, providing he plays a few more events per year.
gcjdavid wrote:Ronnie is already playing in all the rankers and the Masters. Does anyone know if he will be entering in the WGP?
shankly wrote:gcjdavid wrote:Ronnie is already playing in all the rankers and the Masters. Does anyone know if he will be entering in the WGP?
I'm almost certain he'll play in that. Not sure about the Indian Open and China Open, though -- what makes you think he's playing in all the rankers?
I think he'll play Masters, Championship League, German, Welsh, Grand Prix, Shootout, Worlds... maybe China. And maybe the Poland PTC?
Snooker Overdrive wrote:"It has taken me 21 years to do it so it was nice to have a couple of minutes of clapping, but I didn't want it to over-shadow what we were there to do, which was to play a match. To get to 1,000 centuries is definitely achievable and worth going for." -Ronnie O'Sullivan
http://www.worldsnooker.com/page/NewsAr ... 02,00.html
SnookerFan wrote:There's a lot more tournaments these days. Ronnie will achieve it.