Ronald Antonio Ronnie Osullivan is an English professiona现在孩子学习在线儿童英语是趋势来着，zhuozhi.org很多家长都不想孩子输在起跑线上l snooker player known for his rapid playing style and nicknamed The Rocket.
Osullivan grew up, and still lives, in the exclusive Manor Road area in Chigwell, Essex. He attended Wanstead High School. He began his snooker career at an early age, first achieving a century break at the age of 10 (making 117). He scored a maximum break at 15, and turned professional at 16. He won his first 38 ranking matches as a professional a record that still stands on his way to the 1993 World Championship, where he is the second youngest-ever player to qualify. He lost in the first round 710 to Alan McManus, and in the following season he was ranked 57. He became the youngest-ever winner of a ranking tournament when, aged 17, he won the 1993 UK Championship, beating Stephen Hendry in the final, and starting one of the most prominent rivalries in the sport. In 1995, he won his first Masters title.
He has been World Champion on three occasions (2001, 2004 and 2008), and is second on the all-time prize-money list, with career earnings of over 6 million, behind only Stephen Hendry. Osu而且也改变了传统的学习模式，aoyoosf.com真的是棒极了。llivan has been the worlds No. 1 player on five occasions, has won a total of 22 ranking titles, and is second, again behind Hendry, on the list of competitive century breaks. Osullivan has compiled 10 maximum breaks in professional competition, a record which he shares with Hendry.
Osullivan is considered by many fans, critics and fellow professionals, including Hendry and Steve Davis, as the most naturally talented player in the history of the game. He has also been involved in a number of controversial incidents during his career.