Snooker: Judd Trump Ergebnisse, Auslosungen, Matchzusammenfassungen mit Wettvergleichen und H2H Statistiken. FILE PHOTO: Snooker - Dafabet Masters - Alexandra Palace - 16/1/ Judd Trump during the semi final. Mandatory Credit: Action Images / Peter Cziborra. Judd Trump ist ein englischer Snookerspieler und die aktuelle Nummer eins der Weltrangliste. Trump hat in seiner seit andauernden Profizeit bisher 19 Ranglistenturniere gewonnen, darunter die UK Championship, das Masters und die.
Judd TrumpFILE PHOTO: Snooker - Dafabet Masters - Alexandra Palace - 16/1/ Judd Trump during the semi final. Mandatory Credit: Action Images / Peter Cziborra. Erleben Sie das UK Championship Snooker Spiel zwischen Neil Robertson und Judd Trump live mit Berichterstattung von Eurosport. Judd Trump ist ein englischer Snookerspieler und die aktuelle Nummer eins der Weltrangliste. Trump hat in seiner seit andauernden Profizeit bisher 19 Ranglistenturniere gewonnen, darunter die UK Championship, das Masters und die.
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Share this article via comment Share this article via facebook Share this article via twitter. Dominic was too slow for himself and it caught him out towards the end".
Trump pulled back two more frames and looked set to force a decider after a 50 break in the tenth frame, but Maguire ground out the frame and won the match 6—4.
At the World Open , Trump gained revenge over Joyce by dispatching him 5—0 and beat Nigel Bond 5—1, before Matthew Stevens won their last eight match 5—3.
Trump said that he had prepared better than ever for the World Championship and beat Dominic Dale in the first round for the second year in a row, this time by 10—5.
The deciding frame lasted 53 minutes with Trump winning it on the yellow to seal a 13—12 victory. I would've probably expected to lose to anyone the way I played.
At the start of the season Trump was ranked third in the world rankings. He began the season poorly as he lost in the first round of the Wuxi Classic , Shanghai Masters and International Championship , as well as failing to qualify for the Indian Open.
In the German Masters , he dropped just four frames in winning five matches to reach his first ranking final of the season where he played Ding Junhui.
Trump was two frames ahead twice in the first session but ended it level at 4—4; he then lost five of the next six frames upon resumption of play to be defeated 5—9.
Trump was thrashed 0—5 by Stephen Maguire in the third round of the Wuxi Classic , but responded a week later by claiming his fourth ranking title, and his first for 20 months, at the Australian Goldfields Open ,  by defeating home favourite Neil Robertson 9—5 in the final.
However, O'Sullivan won the two frames he needed to triumph 10—7, with Trump claiming his opponent's standard of play throughout the match was the best he had ever encountered.
However, he won the 14th frame and then made back-to-back centuries and a break of 86 to only trail 8—9. He was 0—59 down in the next frame, but cleared the table with a 67 break to send the match into an unlikely decider; O'Sullivan then made a title-winning break after Trump had failed to escape from a snooker.
O'Sullivan afterwards described the match as the hardest of his career. At the inaugural World Grand Prix , Trump eliminated Mark Williams 4—3 on the final black, but then fell 1—5 behind against Martin Gould in the semi-finals.
At the World Championship , Trump produced his best snooker in the quarter-finals where he knocked in four centuries during a 13—4 thrashing of Ding Junhui.
He stated afterwards that if he could play to the same standard in the rest of the event he would secure his first world title.
He then made successive centuries to force a deciding frame in which he missed a red to the middle pocket due to a kick, and Bingham took the match 17— In the defence of his Australian Goldfields Open title, Trump was knocked out in the quarter-finals 1—5 by Stephen Maguire.
Wilson also had leads of 8—4 and 9—7, before Trump sent the match into a deciding frame which Wilson won. Trump branded the collapse an embarrassment and said it was the worst he had felt as a professional.
Trump closed it out with a sublime break to win 6—5, with Robertson describing it as "the greatest Masters match ever".
His first title of the season came at the Championship League where he defeated Ronnie O'Sullivan 3—2 in the final.
He duly did by winning 10—8 and put a few hundred pounds behind the local bar. Trump was down 6—8, but took each of the remaining three frames to triumph 9—8 and win his sixth ranking title.
Hawkins missed a match-ball yellow in their quarter-final clash at the Welsh Open , and Trump cleared the colours to win the match 5—4.
He then defeated Scott Donaldson 6—3 to play Stuart Bingham in the final;  he was 0—4 down, before recovering to lead 8—7, but lost the last two frames and the match.
Trump went into the World Championship declaring: "I honestly believe I can play to a standard which is very rare nowadays," and that he was "the best" in the world.
Trump appeared to be struggling with a shoulder injury and eventually lost the match 8—10 to a player ranked 52 places below him in the rankings.
Trump was third in the world rankings at the start of the season. He successfully defended his European Masters title in October, defeating Stuart Bingham 9—7 in the final.
He then reached the final of the Shanghai Masters for the second time, but was heavily defeated 3—10 by Ronnie O'Sullivan.
He made semi-final appearances at three other ranking events this season: at the Scottish Open , he lost 4—6 to Cao Yupeng whom he had defeated two months earlier in the semi-finals of the European Masters; at the German Masters , he was beaten 1—6 by Mark Williams , after making the highest break of the tournament in his quarter-final clash with Ding Junhui ; and in defending his title at the Players Championship , he was narrowly defeated by Ronnie O'Sullivan 5—6.
In January, he reached the semi-finals of the Masters where, despite leads of 3—1 and 5—2 earlier in the match, he was eliminated 5—6 by Kyren Wilson.
At the World Championship , Trump came close to suffering a first round defeat by Crucible debutant Chris Wakelin who took the match to a deciding frame.
Trump began the —19 season fifth in the world rankings. His defence of the European Masters ended with a surprise 2—4 defeat against Tian Pengfei in the second round.
He then reached the semi-final of the Scottish Open , but was defeated 3—6 by Shaun Murphy. Trump dominated the match, taking a 7—1 lead, and eventually won it 10—4.
Two more semi-final appearances in March , at the Players Championship and the Tour Championship , were followed by the biggest success of Trump's career so far, when he won the World Championship.
He defeated Thepchaiya Un-Nooh 10—9 in the first round, having trailed 3—6 after the first session. His opponent was John Higgins , in a re-run of the final.
Trailing 4—5 in the early stages, Trump dominated the second session, winning eight consecutive frames to lead 12—5 overnight, a display which Steve Davis described as the "controlled annihilation of a great player".
The two players scored eleven centuries between them, a record for a professional match. Trump's seven centuries in the final equalled Ding Junhui's record for the most by one player in a World Championship match.
Trump's first appearance as reigning world champion was at the International Championship in August He won the tournament by defeating Shaun Murphy 10—3 in the final,  regaining the number one position in the snooker world rankings ahead of Ronnie O'Sullivan.
He reached the final of the Champion of Champions , where his opponent was Neil Robertson. Leading 9—8 in a best-of frames match, Trump appeared to be on the verge of claiming the title as Robertson required snookers to win the 18th frame.
However, Trump was eventually defeated 10—9. In the final, he beat Ronnie O'Sullivan 9—7, the same scoreline with which he had won the title the previous year.
On 1 March , Trump claimed a record-equalling fifth ranking title of the season when he defeated Yan Bingtao 10—4 in the final of the Players Championship.
Two weeks later, on 15 March, he became the first player ever to win six ranking titles in a single season, defeating Kyren Wilson 4—3 at an empty venue in the Gibraltar Open.
Trump qualified for the Tour championship as the leader of the one-season ranking list. He played John Higgins in the quarter-finals round.
Trump took a 5—3 lead after the first session and finally prevailed 9—4 to progress to the semi-finals, where he played Stephen Maguire. Trump gewann das enge Finalspiel mit , wobei der Endstand die einzige Zwei-Frame-Führung während des gesamten Matches war.
Im neuen Jahr nahm er an der Championship League teil, wo er mit drei Siegen in sechs Spielen Platz fünf in der zweiten Gruppe belegte, wodurch er in Gruppe drei vorrückte.
Bei der Snookerweltmeisterschaft gewann er mit einem deutlichen Finalsieg über John Higgins erstmals den Titel.
Damit stellte er den bisher gültigen Rekord von fünf gewonnenen Turnieren innerhalb einer Saison ein. In der Saison erziele er insgesamt Century Breaks, und verpasste damit den Rekord von Neil Robertson aus der Saison nur knapp.
Haircut siehe Haircut angekündigt worden war, erwiderte er, dass ihm dieser Spitzname nicht gefalle. Um ihn abzulegen, schlug er deshalb vor, dass man ihn doch lieber unter dem Beinamen The Ace vorstellen möge.
Zu den folgenden Sessions der Weltmeisterschaft wurde seiner Bitte dann auch jeweils entsprochen. Judd Trump. Weltranglistenerste im Snooker. Namensräume Artikel Diskussion.
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August 31 Jahre . Neil is an amazing player and thoroughly deserved the win. Hopefully I can learn from that.
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Judd Trump was once told by snooker chief Barry Hearn that he needed to decide between being a playboy or a snooker player.
He insists that 'playboy' is not the title for him, but his array of flashy cars, designer outfits and fancy holidays suggests otherwise.
When away from the table, Trump likes to flaunt his wealth. He wears Gucci on his chest and Rolex on his wrist - but beyond the lavish lifestyle is a man so immensely dedicated to his profession, he can now call himself one of the world's best.
He said: "Next year we'll announce more events, so you've got to decide whether you're part-time sportsman or part-time playboy. Professional sportsman make money for their families and their future.
Trump has been dedicated to his snooker ever since he was first taken to his local hall at the age of nine by his father.