But its highly likely he'll end up as the player with the most centuries. Which is some feat. My prediction is that he averages around 80 centuries for the next 10 years which will put him around 1500 centuries. From then on it depends whether he can sustain a high enough level in his 40's. If he can he might get very close to 2000 or even reach it.
You could obviously say the amount of tournaments will help Judd to make the most centuries and when it comes to 147's he's still well behind Ronnie and Hendry but we can't argue what a heavy scorer and great breakbuilder he is.
Just think about it. He'll probably be miles (in century terms) ahead of a legends like Hendry and Higgins and other fantastic players and scorers like Robertson,Selby,Ding,Murphy.
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