Die Snooker-WM hat die vielleicht größte Sensation ihrer Geschichte erlebt. Amateurspieler James Cahill warf in der 1. Runde den fünfmaligen. Runde der Snooker-WM in Sheffield gescheitert. Der fünfmalige Weltmeister unterlag Amateur James Cahill mit "Eine der größten Sensationen seit. Snooker James Cahill, Kalender, Resultate.
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Actually it would appear not. Speaking ahead of his first World Championship last week, Cahill said: 'He was married to my auntie.
He's not really bothered about doing it. I only see when him he's at tournaments. I can't help that. If I had a nephew, I know for sure I would help them.
Who is to say if he helped me I might not have been here? Seven-time world champion Stephen Hendry was formerly married to Cahill's aunt. But Cahill's talent was evident from a young age?
An article from the Lancashire Post from describes how the year-old, who was attending Highfield School in Blackpool, had just become Under North West champion having won all six of his matches without dropping a frame.
By that age he had recorded five century breaks in competition and qualified for the final stages of the English Association of Snooker and Billiards school championship in Sheffield.
And a Blackpool Gazette article reports on how Cahill had won the Oldham Regional Under tour event in thrilling style on the final black.
Mum Maria said then: 'I take him to his tournaments and it is very tense watching, but James puts so much effort into his practice - eight hours a day if at all possible - that he really deserves to make it to the top.
Indeed, Cahill was incredibly thankful for his mum's support when he spoke ahead of the World Championship.
She has taken me everywhere,' he said. The winning moment for Cahill as he seals his victory over O'Sullivan at the Crucible.
Has he ever played professionally? Cahill turned professional in aged 17 having won the European Under Snooker Championships and this gave him a two-year card for the professional tour, which takes place right around the world.
It was largely modest progress until the UK Championship, when he defeated world No 3 Ding Junhui for the biggest win of his career to date.
But it wasn't the springboard Cahill might have hoped for. During the season he won only five matches all year, slumping from his highest ranking of 76 out of the top By the time he returned to York for the UK Championship, Cahill's career was at the crossroads at the age of just And after a loss to Matthew Stevens in the first round, he said: 'If I carry on like this I will pack it in at the end of the season.
I have had enough. I am just tired of the game. I feel like I am going round in circles and bashing my head against a wall.
Cahill recorded the best result of his career when he beat world No 1 Mark Selby last year. How did he salvage his career?
Cahill spent the season in the Q School trying to win back his place on the world tour - but failed. It meant he had to enter the UK Championship as an amateur but stunned world No 1 Mark Selby in the first round with some of the best snooker of his career.
But in order to enter this year's world Championship, Cahill had to come through three qualifying rounds off a wildcard.
Cahill responded by taking the deciding frame to record the biggest victory of his career up to that point. In the last 16 of the championships, Cahill commented he "couldn't believe how badly [he] had played" after his tournament ended with a 2—6 loss to Mark Davis.
In the —16 season , Cahill failed to win more than one match at an event, winning just five matches all year.
Appearing at the Welsh Open , he won his first round match for the first time, defeating Xiao Guodong 4—1, but then lost 1—4 to Mark Davis.
Cahill's —17 season was a breakout year, where he appeared in many more main stage tournaments than any of his previous seasons. In the third round, He drew world number one Mark Selby.
Despite being 1—3 behind, he made two breaks above 50 to come back to tie the match at 3—3, but lost the deciding frame. Having finished the season with a world ranking of , Cahill required a successful run in Q School at the end of the season to remain on the tour.
He reached the fifth round of all three events. At the first event he lost to Jordan Brown 4—1, the second event, to Jamie Cope , and Kuldesh Johal 3—4 in the final event   Having only reached the fifth round, he did not win a place back on tour for the next season, and returned to being an amateur player.
Cahill played the season as an amateur player, but allowed into the main stage of events through qualifying.
Cahill defeated Liang Wenbo in qualifying to reach the World Open mainstage, but was defeated 4—5 by Andrew Higginson.
Competing at the UK Championship as an amateur, Cahill defeated world number one Mark Selby 6—3 in the first round, allowing Selby just 79 points in the first three frames.
But to beat the world number one, such a great player, is brilliant. James Cahill on defeating Ronnie O'Sullivan at the world championships.
At the World Championship , Cahill was given a qualifying wildcard spot by the World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association , despite being an amateur.
Cahill won the last two frames of the match to win 10—9 and progress to the second round of qualifying. He then defeated Michael Holt 10—7, to set up a final qualifying round match against fellow amateur player Michael Judge.
Cahill defeated Judge 10—6 to become the first amateur player to play at the main stages of the world championships at the Crucible Theatre.
In the first round of the championship, Cahill drew world number one and five-time champion Ronnie O'Sullivan. Cahill led 5—4 after the first session of the match and won three of the four frames at the start of the next session to lead 8—5.
O'Sullivan won the following three frames to tie the match at 8—8 before Cahill won the final two frames and the match 10—8.
Following the victory, Cahill drew world number 15 Stephen Maguire in the last 16, in a best of 25 frames match. Maguire won the next three frames to lead 5—2, before Cahill ended the first session 3—5 behind.
Cahill tied the match at 11—11, and looked to lead for the first time at 12—11, however, during his break, Cahill fouled the pink ball with his waistcoat, allowing Maguire to win the frame.
Due to his performances as a Q School top-up entrant in tournaments during the —19 season , Cahill secured a new two-year tour card for the —20 and —21 seasons.
Cahill received a ban from driving after being found to be under the influence whilst driving in Perth, Scotland.
Despite money and valuables being stolen, Cahill's cue was left undamaged. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
British snooker player. Cahill at the Paul Hunter Classic. When I was losing to guys in back rooms with no crowd, I always felt it would be different if I could get myself up there.
World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association. Retrieved 11 December Archived from the original PDF on 10 February Retrieved 9 February Archived from the original PDF on 23 February4/23/ · Cahill turned professional in aged 17 having won the European Under Snooker Championships and this gave him a two-year card for the professional tour, which takes place right around the world. Amateur snooker player James Cahill who shocked the world by beating Ronnie O'Sullivan was once caught sneaking 7, cigarettes and 61kg of tobacco into the UK from Dubai. 4/21/ · James Cahill has not had much help from Stephen Hendry (Picture: VCG via Getty Images) James Cahill is making his Snooker World Championship debut on Author: Phil Haigh.