Snooker can make athlete’s millionaire and its proved when we do research about the players earnings from the Snooker events and tournaments . If we compare the snooker prize money with different sports prize money its much better then some sports prize funds such as “Badminton , Ultimate Fighting Championship and Squash” . There is nothing that has been added by our self , we collect the earnings and details of snookers players from the quality sources .
|Players||Country||Prize Money Thrashold||Prize Money (adjusted for inflation)|
#1 : Stephen Hendry : Prize Money Adjusted for Inflation (£24,000,000)
Stephen Hendry is a Scottish former snooker player , he become the youngest champion of Snooker in the age of 21 and he turned professional at the age of 16.
#2 : Ronnie O’Sullivan : Prize Money Adjusted for inflation (£11,000,000)
One of the best English snooker player in the world and he is the 5 times champion of snooker . He is hopeful for more trophies in the upcoming year’s.
#3: Steve Davis : Prize Money Adjusted for inflation (£26,000,000)
One of the legendary snooker retired professional player . Steve dominates the snooker tournaments and championships during the 1980’s.
#4: John Higgins : Prize Money Adjusted for Inflation (£9,000,000)
John Higgins has won 28 world ranking titles in snooker . He is four time world champion of snooker.
#5: Jimmy White : Prize Money Adjusted for Inflation (£15,000,000)He is an English professional snooker player , he dominated the UK Snooker Championship in 1981.
#6 : Mark Williams : Prize Money Adjusted for Inflation (£7,000,000)
Mark Williams is two time world champion in snooker “2000 and 2003” for outstanding achievements in snooker People called him with nick name of “The Welsh Potting Machine”.
#7 : John Parrott : Prize Money Adjusted for Inflation (£9,000,000)He is an English former snooker player who retired from sports . John Parrot consider worlds number snooker player during 1990’s and hew on the snooker world championship in 1991.
#8 : Ken Doherty : Prize Money Adjusted for Inflation (£6,000,000)He is a Irish professional snooker player and also a radio personality . He made history to won the world championship in 1989 as youngest player.
#9 : Alan McManus : Prize Money Adjusted for Inflation (£6,000,000)The 44 year old Scottish professional snooker player who dominate the sports for a period of time . He won the major event in 1994 ” Dubai Classic “. Which brings him among the top 16 snooker rankings.
#10 : Stephen Lee : Prize Money Adjusted for Inflation (£4,000,000)He played number of events in snooker after turning professional 1992 . He face Match-fixing allegations and suspension . Stephen Lee won top snooker events such as “Scottish Open in 2002 , and Players Tour Championship Finals in 2012”.