Sally Magnus: All you need to Known about Ronnie O’Sullivan Ex-partner

Sally-Ann Magnus is the Ex-partner of Ronnie O’Sullivan. Ronnie is an English professional snooker player who is widely recognized as one of the most talented and accomplished players in the history of the sport.

Sally’s ex-partner as a six-time world champion, a record seven-time Masters champion, and a record seven-time UK champion, he has won a record 20 Triple Crown titles, surpassing Stephen Hendry’s previous record of 18. He also holds the record for the most ranking titles in the sport, with 37. His career prize money of over £11.9 million makes him the highest-earning snooker player of all time.

Born in 1978 Sally Ann Magnus is 43 years old. The exact date of birth and place of birth are unknown.

She had one child from her relationship with the top British snooker player. The name of the child is Taylor-Ann Magnus. Sally and Ronnie welcomed their daughter in 1996. The two were involved in their romantic relationship for almost two years before splitting up.

Facts about Sally’s ex-partner Ronnie

English professional snooker player Ronnie O’Sullivan was born Ronald Antonio O’Sullivan on 5 December 1975. In Wordsley, West Midlands, England. His parents, Maria Catalano and John O’Sullivan owned a chain of sex shops, and he was raised in Chigwell, Essex.

Sally Magnus’s ex-partner showed his skill at the game of snooker at a young age. He began playing when he was  7 and at the age of 13 became the British Under-16 Champion. At age 15, he became the youngest player to compile a maximum break in the competition. He won the IBSF World Under 21 Snooker Championship (1991) and the Junior Pot Black (1991).

Ronnie O’Sullivan turned professional in 1992 and won the 1993 UK Championship the following year when he beat Stephen Hendry. The win made him the youngest winner to achieve a ranking title.

He was also the youngest player to have won the Masters, which he did in 1995. He went on to win his first 38 matches. In 2001, he won the World Championship and went on to win the competition five more times. He has won over 30 ranking titles including the UK Championship 6 times, the Master’s Championship 7 times and is a Riley BCE and Eurosport ambassador.

In 2018, he was beaten in the second round of the World Championship by Ali Carter, losing 13-9. In September 2018,  Sally Magnus’s ex-partner successfully defended his Shanghai Masters title by defeating Barry Hawkins 11-9.

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