Erleben Sie das Scottish Open Snooker Spiel zwischen Ken Doherty und Bingyu Chang live mit Berichterstattung von Eurosport. Das Match. Ken Doherty is one of the most talented and successful snooker players ever to have picked up a cue, and the only player ever to win the Under 21, Amateur. Profil: Ken Doherty. Spitzname, The Darlin' of Dublin. Geburtsdatum, Nationalität, Irland. Geburtsort, Ranelagh, Dublin. Profi (seit),
Ken DohertyDiese Liste führt die Erfolge des Snookerspielers Ken Doherty auf. Der Ire Doherty ist seit durchgehend Profispieler und erreichte in dieser sowie in seiner. Ken Doherty (* September in Irland) ist ein professioneller irischer Snooker- Spieler, Kommentator und Radiomoderator. Als Amateur. Ken Doherty (* September in Ranelagh, Dublin) ist ein irischer Snookerspieler und -kommentator. Inhaltsverzeichnis. 1 Karriere; 2 Sonstiges; 3 Erfolge.
Ken Doherty Ken Doherty Wiki: Salary, Married, Wedding, Spouse, Family VideoKen Doherty-Great day for the Irish part 1 Bahrain Championship. Doherty Sensodyne.De/Kitchenaid in Rathgar and is married to Sarah. Pontins World Series Grand Final. Pontins Spring Open 3. Casino Trier Rank Classic. Oregon Casinos Stories. Having turned professional inDoherty has won a total of six ranking tournaments, including the Elv Гјberweisung Snooker Championship in which he defeated Stephen Hendry, inflicting Hendry's first loss in a world final. Ricky Walden. Williams won that crucial frame and the next to prevail 18— Players Championship [nb 7]. I must be one of the few professionals playing with a warped cue, but I wouldn't dream of changing it. He currently represents an Irish poker site, appearing on radio commercials, and regularly playing in tournaments, where the players on the site receive a bonus for knocking him out. Riga Masters [nb 15]. Archived from the original PDF on 11 Cfd Nachschusspflicht He lost in the first round of the World Championship and, although clearly disappointed, Ken Doherty Dubliner vowed to continue. Sincehe has combined his playing career with commentating and punditry work.
The following year, he came very close to breaking the Crucible curse , reaching the final where he lost out to John Higgins.
He reached a third final in , in which he was defeated by Mark Williams. In other triple crown events, he is a three-time UK Championship runner-up and a two-time Masters runner-up.
An intelligent tactician and prolific break-builder, Doherty has compiled more than century breaks in professional competition. Since , he has combined his playing career with commentating and punditry work.
In the same event a year later, he lost 6—9 to Peter Ebdon. In the World Championship he reached the quarter-finals, his only run past the second round before Doherty became only the third player from outside the United Kingdom after Australian Horace Lindrum in and Canadian Cliff Thorburn in to win the World Championship when he beat Stephen Hendry 18—12 in the final.
Ken also reached the World Championship final in losing to John Higgins and in , losing narrowly to Mark Williams. The latter run was noted for some outstanding comebacks, including final-frame wins over Graeme Dott and Shaun Murphy , a 13—8 win over John Higgins in a match where Doherty raced ahead 10—0 but Higgins fought back to 10—7, and a semi-final fightback from 9—15 to beat Paul Hunter 17— In that championship he played more frames than anyone before or since.
In the final, Williams led 11—4 but Doherty fought back to 12—12 and 16— In frame 33, Doherty missed the penultimate red with a clearance easily available.
Williams won that crucial frame and the next to prevail 18— He is one of the few players to have won back-to-back ranking events—the Welsh Open and Thailand Masters in —and also reached the final of the next, the Regal Scottish Open.
In the World Championship, Doherty beat Barry Pinches in the first round 10—5, winning the last 8 frames, but was knocked out in the second round by Alan McManus 13— Following an average start to the —06 season , Doherty won the Malta Cup in February , beating John Higgins in the final.
Doherty had trailed 8—5 at one stage but managed a stirring comeback, winning four frames in a row. Doherty called the victory, which bridged a five-year gap, his "most important tournament win since the World Championship".
Doherty started brightly in the World Championship, winning his first match and defeated Barry Hawkins 10—1 and then he beat Matthew Stevens 13—8, playing superbly to win the last five frames.
He was favourite in his quarter-final match against Marco Fu but lost 13— It was 8—8 as the final session started, but Doherty struggled despite winning a frame in which he required three snookers.
Although he led 7—6, 8—7, 9—8 and 10—9, he could never quite take a decisive advantage to win the match. Doherty admitted afterwards that he "blew it" but that he still had "a couple more years" to come back and win the title.
He reached the quarter-finals of the next two tournaments, the Masters and the Malta Cup. He lost in the first round of the World Championship and, although clearly disappointed, the Dubliner vowed to continue.
In October , he won the Irish Professional Championship for a second time having previously captured the title in , an invitational event, beating Michael Judge 9—4 in the final.
A year later he defended his title with a resounding 9—2 victory over Fergal O'Brien. He followed this up a week later by becoming the first Irishman to win the Pot Black invitational tournament, beating Shaun Murphy 76—31 in the one-frame final.
Doherty did not start the —08 season well, winning only one match during the first four ranking tournaments.
However, he did reach the semi-finals of the Masters with victories over Mark Williams and Shaun Murphy,  before losing to eventual champion Mark Selby.
He then reached the final of the Malta Cup for a record fifth time, defeating John Higgins in the semi-finals, before losing to Murphy in the final. Defeat to Liang Wenbo in the first round of the World Championship ensured that he dropped out of the Top 16 after 15 years, and he started the new season 32nd on the provisional one-year list.
A run of qualifying defeats saw him drop as low as 38th before the UK Championship. Doherty's poor run of form continued during the —09 season during which he won only two matches.
For the first time since , he failed to qualify for the World Championship having been beaten in the final qualifying round by Gerard Greene.
Doherty defeated six-time World Championship finalist Jimmy White 10—3, and two-time Crucible semi-finalist Joe Swail 10—1 to mark his return to the World Championship for the first time since In an amusing moment, Doherty got down on his knees and kissed the carpet upon his return to the venue.
However, he lost his first round match 10—4 to reigning Masters champion Mark Selby. The —11 season proved to be a mixed campaign for Doherty, who made the last 32 of the World Open , yet missed out on qualifying for the German Masters , Welsh Open snooker and crucially, blowing a 6—3, losing 10—6 Jimmy Robertson in the final stage of qualifying for the World Snooker Championship , meaning he had only reached the Crucible in one of his previous three attempts.
Doherty had an excellent start to the —12 season as he qualified for the Australian Goldfields Open , where he reached his first ranking event semi-final since He beat Mark Selby 5—3 in the quarter-finals, sealing the match with a clearance which he described as the best of his career.
Doherty also stated that he almost quit the game in , following his downturn in form which saw him drop to world number He was ranked 32nd in the world going into the World Championship qualifiers, where he faced Anthony Hamilton.
The match went into a deciding frame with Doherty 40 points behind, but he profited from a Hamilton error to produce a match-winning clearance to win 10—9 and earn a first-round match against Neil Robertson.
Doherty began the —13 season by losing 4—5 to Stuart Bingham in the second round of the Wuxi Classic and 3—5 to Martin Gould in the first round of the Australian Goldfields Open.
Doherty increased his ranking by eight spots during the season to finish it ranked world number Doherty qualified for all but two of the ranking events in the —14 season , but couldn't advance beyond the second round in any of them.
Doherty defeated three players to qualify for the Shanghai Masters and met Mark Selby in the first round after coming through a wildcard round in China, losing 5—2.
A 6—0 thrashing at the hands of Peter Ebdon ended Doherty's International Championship at the first round stage and he lost 6—3 to Mark Davis in the second round of the UK Championship , having whitewashed Tony Drago 6—0 in the opener.
His best runs of the season were a pair of last 32 exits at the German Masters and Welsh Open , 5—1 to Stephen Maguire and 4—2 to Joe Perry respectively.
In Doherty played against Ronnie O'Sullivan the defending champion in the second round of the UK Championship , few could have predicted it would be a very close match.
Doherty was sharp throughout the first half of the first session, leading 3—1, he extended his lead further to 4—1 but O'Sullivan fought back well to win the next 4 frames, Doherty was able to force a decider but ultimately just a few errors from himself was enough for his opponent to finish the frame to prevent him from causing a considerable upset in the tournament where many seeds fell to lower ranked players already and more would follow.
Doherty would be the only player that came close to defeating the eventual champion, besides the final the other matches produced very one sided results.
Despite being most renowned as an intelligent tactician, he is a heavy scorer when amongst the balls at close quarters. Doherty's early career had begun with practice in Jason's, a snooker club in Ranelagh , Dublin, where he used to play handicap snooker tournaments on Saturday mornings before moving on to national level.
This club closed in and he now practises in a Dublin hotel Radisson Blu St. Helen's Hotel. In his first national event, an U ranking tournament, Doherty lost in the final but would come back a month later and beat the man who had beaten him in the Irish U National Championships.
Doherty has played his entire career with a warped cue randomly selected from the cue rack in Jason's. In his words, "It's warped.
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