World Snooker Championship: Five Highest Century Break at The Crucible

World Snooker Championship: Five Highest Century Break at The CrucibleStuart Bingham celebrating World Championship

 

The 2015 World Snooker Championship produced few more magical moments and one great story. Stuart Bingham won his first world title at the age of 38 after an epic final at The Crucible.

World Champion Stuart Bingham, together with Former World Champion, Neil Robertson, scored the tournament’s highest century break of 145.

Known as a prolific break-builder, Robertson scored four of the five highest century break in the tournament: 145, 143, 142 and 141. He also scored a total of eleven century breaks over the championship.

It’s a fantastic achievement for The Aussie, especially considering the fact that he reached only the quarter-final, without playing the semi-final and final match.

Reigning world champion Stuart Bingham scored a total of ten century breaks at the 2015 tournament.

The 2015 World Snooker Championship set a new record for the most century breaks made at the Crucible, with 86. The previous record of 83 centuries was set in 2009.

Watch the top five highest breaks of the tournament-

Stuart Bingham’s 145

Opponent- Ronnie O’Sullivan

Round- Quarter-final

Frame- 9

Date- 29 Apr

 

Neil Robertson’s 145

Opponent- Allister Carter

Round- 2

Frame- 18

Date- 27 Apr

 

Neil Robertson’s 143

Opponent- Jamie Jones

Round- 1

Frame- 3

Date- 19 Apr

 

Neil Robertson’s 142

Opponent- Barry Hawkins

Round- Quarter-final

Frame- 21

Date- 29 Apr

 

Neil Robertson’s 141

Opponent- Barry Hawkins

Round- Quarter-final

Frame- 16

Date- 29 Apr