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Alan McManus born 21 January is a Scottish professional snooker player and commentator. A mainstay of the world's top sixteen during the s and s, he has won two ranking events, the Dubai Classic and the Thailand Open , and competed in the World Championship semi-finals in , and He also won the Masters , ending Stephen Hendry 's five-year, match unbeaten streak at the tournament with a 9—8 victory in the final.
McManus has long been considered a consistently good player, having a record of fourteen consecutive seasons in the Top 16, but never managed to achieve the success of his contemporaries Stephen Hendry , Ken Doherty , Ronnie O'Sullivan , John Higgins , Mark Williams , Matthew Stevens and Paul Hunter.
McManus has reached twenty-one professional semi-finals, but won only four events. He has reached the semi-finals of the World Championship three times, but has never appeared in a final.
Until , he had gone eleven years without reaching the quarter-finals of the tournament, despite consistent achievements in other events. McManus's resilience in snooker matchplay is shown by the fact that the first whitewash of his professional career came in his 0—5 defeat by Peter Ebdon at the Grand Prix , his th match as a professional player.
At the Masters , McManus defeated Nigel Bond by 5—2 in the first round, Ken Doherty 5—1 in the quarter-finals, and then Neal Foulds 6—4 in the semi-final to set up his first triple crown tournament final against defending champion and fellow Scot Stephen Hendry.
In what would become the highlight of his career to date, he claimed the Masters title at Wembley defeating Stephen Hendry 9—8 in the final and thus ending Hendry's unbeaten run in the tournament, which dated back to He lost a World Championship qualifier 9—10 to journeyman Joe Delaney in This loss began an extremely quiet six-to-seven-year period for McManus, who then failed to qualify for any UK or World Championships between and , and also struggled to qualify for the other ranking events during the period between the Grand Prix and the Welsh Open , he failed to qualify for the main stages of 42 ranking events.
This loss of form saw him quickly drop out of the top 16, then out of the top McManus was unable to qualify for any of the major venues during the —12 season and he finished it ranked as number 52 in the world.
He made a good start to the —13 season , beating Tony Drago and Robert Milkins to qualify for the final stages of the Australian Goldfields Open in Bendigo ; there he beat local wildcard James Mifsud 5—0, before exiting the tournament by the same scoreline against Ding Junhui.
McManus put in a good performance; he ultimately lost 3—5, but picked up valuable ranking points in the process. He made a good start to the Players Tour Championship , reaching the quarter-finals of the first event , losing to Andrew Higginson by 4 frames to 3.
He carried this good form to the PTC event 2 , once again reaching the quarter-finals before losing 1—4 to eventual runner-up Stephen Maguire.
However, McManus only managed four last results from the rest of the events. This led to him being ranked 31st in the Order of Merit, just missing out on the top 28 players that qualified for the finals.
At the World Snooker Championship McManus, in qualifying, beat one of India's rising stars Aditya Mehta 10—9, in an epic encounter that lasted just over 9 hours.
In the final qualifying round he led Tom Ford 5—4 after the first session; he then reeled off five of the next six frames to book his place at the Crucible Theatre for the first time since At the start of the —14 season McManus was ranked 49th in the World Rankings.
At the Wuxi Classic qualifiers he won his match against Darryl Hill 5—3 to qualify for the last 64 of the event held in Wuxi. At the venue he defeated Ken Doherty 5—3 before losing to Dave Gilbert 2—5.
At the first Asian Tour event, he bested players such as Michael White before beating local favorite Ding Junhui 4—2 in the last He then defeated Yu Delu 4—1 in the quarter-finals, reaching his first semi-final in nine years.
In the semi-final he lost to eventual winner Joe Perry 2—4, despite having been 2—1 up. Self uncredited. Edit Did You Know?
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After a couple of years, he appeared in a television series, Dafabet Masters. He also featured in sports video, Absolute Snooker , which was directed by Liam Galvin.
Alan is a Scottish by nationality and belongs to white ethnicity. Currently, he is possibly single and wants to keep his personal life, information related to his girlfriend and affair away from the media and public.China Championship. Archived from the original on 7 August Total Net worth. Champions Cup [nb 18]. Daily Mirror.