Snooker season 1994/1995

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Snooker season 1994/1995
Details
Duration 1 August 1994–May 1995
Tournaments 19
Triple Crown winners
UK Championship Scotland Stephen Hendry
Masters England Ronnie O'Sullivan
World Championship Scotland Stephen Hendry

The snooker season 1994/1995 was a series of snooker tournaments played during the years 1994 and 1995. The following table outlines the results for ranking events and the invitational events.

Calendar[edit]

Date[n 1] Rank Tournament name Venue City Winner Runner-up Score[1][2] Reference
08–01 08–07  AUS Australian Open Bentleigh Club Melbourne Scotland John Higgins England Willie Thorne 9–5 [3][4]
09–20 09–25  SCO Scottish Masters Civic Centre Motherwell Republic of Ireland Ken Doherty Scotland Stephen Hendry 9–7 [5]
09–30 10–07  UAE WR Dubai Classic Al Nasr Stadium Dubai Scotland Alan McManus England Peter Ebdon 9–6 [6][7]
10–10 10–23  ENG WR Grand Prix Assembly Rooms Derby Scotland John Higgins England Dave Harold 9–6 [8][9]
10–28 11–05  SCO Benson & Hedges Championship JP Snooker Centre Edinburgh Wales Mark Williams England Rod Lawler 9–5 [10]
11–11 11–27  ENG WR UK Championship Guild Hall Preston Scotland Stephen Hendry Republic of Ireland Ken Doherty 10–5 [11][12]
11–28 12–04  MLT Malta Grand Prix Jerma Palace Hotel Valletta England John Parrott Malta Tony Drago 7–6 [13]
12–11 12–17  BEL WR European Open Het Rool Stadium Antwerp Scotland Stephen Hendry England John Parrott 9–3 [14][15]
01–04 01–08  ENG Charity Challenge International Convention Centre Birmingham Scotland Stephen Hendry Northern Ireland Dennis Taylor 9–1 [16]
01–22 01–29  WAL WR Welsh Open Newport Centre Newport England Steve Davis Scotland John Higgins 9–3 [17][18][19]
02–05 02–12  ENG The Masters Wembley Conference Centre London England Ronnie O'Sullivan Scotland John Higgins 9–3 [20][21][22]
02–13 02–19  ENG WR International Open Bournemouth International Centre Bournemouth Scotland John Higgins England Steve Davis 9–5 [23][24][25]
03–10 03–18  THA WR Thailand Open Imperial Queens Park Hotel Bangkok Thailand James Wattana England Ronnie O'Sullivan 9–6 [26][27]
03–21 03–26  IRL Irish Masters Goff's Kill England Peter Ebdon Scotland Stephen Hendry 9–8 [28][29][30]
04–01 04–09  ENG WR British Open Plymouth Pavilions Plymouth Scotland John Higgins England Ronnie O'Sullivan 9–6 [31][32]
04–14 04–30  ENG WR World Snooker Championship Crucible Theatre Sheffield Scotland Stephen Hendry England Nigel Bond 18–9 [33][34]
05–02 05–07  MLT Malta Masters Jerma Palace Hotel Marsascala England David Roe Malta Tony Drago 6–3 [35][36][37]
01–?? 05–07  ENG European League Diamond Centre Irthlingborough Scotland Stephen Hendry Republic of Ireland Ken Doherty 10–2 [38]
05–?? 05–??  WAL Pontins Professional Pontins Prestatyn England Peter Ebdon Republic of Ireland Ken Doherty 9–8 [39]
WR = World ranking event
Non-ranking event

Official rankings[edit]

The top 16 of the world rankings, these players automatically played in the final rounds of the world ranking events and were invited for the Masters.[40][41][42]

No. Ch. Name Points
1 Steady Scotland Stephen Hendry 53300
2 Rise England Steve Davis 52300
3 Rise Thailand James Wattana 49000
4 Fall England Jimmy White 49000
5 Fall England John Parrott 48300
6 Steady Scotland Alan McManus 46750
7 Rise Republic of Ireland Ken Doherty 42020
8 Rise Wales Darren Morgan 41500
9 Rise England Ronnie O'Sullivan 37620
10 Rise England Peter Ebdon 35240
11 Fall England Nigel Bond 34730
12 Rise Northern Ireland Joe Swail 32680
13 Rise England David Roe 32580
14 Fall Wales Terry Griffiths 31250
15 Fall England Willie Thorne 31250
16 Rise Malta Tony Drago 30250

Points distribution[edit]

1994/1995 points distribution of world ranking events from the televised stages:[43]

Tournament Round → L64 L32 L16 QF SF F W
Dubai Classic[7] Unseeded loser 1140 1330 1520 2025 2700 3600
Seeded loser 380
Grand Prix[9] Unseeded loser 640 855 1140 NA 1520 2025 2700
Seeded loser 427
UK Championship[12] Unseeded loser 855 1140 1520 2025 2700 3600 4800
Seeded loser 570
European Open[15] Unseeded loser 1140 1330 1520 2025 2700 3600
Seeded loser 380
Welsh Open[18] Unseeded loser 640 855 1140 1520 2025 2700 3600
Seeded loser 427
International Open[24] Unseeded loser 640 855 1140 1520 2025 2700 3600
Seeded loser 427
Thailand Open[27] Unseeded loser 1140 1330 1520 2025 2700 3600
Seeded loser 380
British Open[32] Unseeded loser 640 855 1140 1520 2025 2700 3600
Seeded loser 427

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Dates use the month day format

References[edit]

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