Amazingly, as per record, this Snooker player prevail the Master’s title at 19; and turns out the youngest player to have this title. Till now seven Masters are given to him. Throughout Ronnie O’Sullivan professional life, he had 28 career ranking titles. Furthermore, on several matches, he was positioned on world number one position. Moreover, Premier League titles and the prevailing Nations Cup are the biggest performances of his career. Ronnie is the author of three books. In addition, he has also written two autobiographies having titles Ronnie and Running. He is also collecting money from sponsorships. However, the major originator of Ronnie O’Sullivan earnings is his career achievements. One base of current net worth in 2018, Ronnie O’Sullivan is one of the richest snooker players.
- Brief History of his Career:
Around twenty-six years ago, Ronnie made his most century breaks at British Amateur Championships. After a while, he becomes the champion of IBSF World Under-21 Snooker Championship. This is the time when he entered professionally into the snooker world.
After turning professional, he had won 74 events out of 76 events respectively. Ronnie was then called by ‘The Rocket’ for finishing a best-of-9-frame match in a short time period.
In due course, Ronnie earned his first major title during the ‘UK Championship’ that improves his rank too.
At the present times, he conquers five ‘UK Championship’ titles. During 1996/1997 season, he scored two prominent ranking honors that include ‘Asian Classic’ as well as ‘German Open’. Two years later, he succeeded in winning ‘Scottish Open’ and ‘China Open’.
Moreover, O’Sullivan grabbed first World Championship event in 2000/2001 season and then successfully won it for four more seasons.
Ronnie O’Sullivan Net Worth 2018:
- Snooker Career Earnings: $35 Million
- Prize Money = $ 8 million
Ronnie O’Sullivan Net Worth 2018 Snooker Career Earnings
Bio: Five times World Snooker Champion was born to Maria (mother) and Ronald John (father). He is connected to snooker world from the age of 10. At this young age, Ronnie managed to create century break for the first time. At 13, he was lucky enough to become a part of British Under-16 Champion.