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Steve Davis: The master cueman
Having had an illustrious snooker career that helped bring the game international recognition, Steve Davis is an icon of British sport. His knowledge of the game and countless stories provide invaluable insight into the industry and his competitive nature. Get Steve Davis tickets on StubHub to spend a night with one of the greatest ever snooker players as he recalls his path to fame with his unique witty sense of humour.
Plenty of championship success
Shortly after claiming the title at the English Under-19 Billiards Championships in 1976, he turned professional and began competing in televised matches. In 1980, Davis would go on to win his first professional tournament, the UK Snooker Championships, and was seen as one of the sport's brightest rising stars. What happened in the decade that followed, however, few could predict: an unprecedented supremacy that earned him six Snooker World Championships. This would include three consecutive titles between 1987 and 1989, a period in which Davis was considered practically unbeatable and resulted in him being awarded the BBC's Sports Personality of the Year. During this stage of dominance, he also went on to become the first ever player to claim the Triple Crown on snooker's three most highly regarded tournaments within the same season. He impressed crowds with his unshakeable concentration and myriad of mystifying trick shots, which you can hear him speak about by purchasing Steve Davis tickets online. If you had planned to go but need to sell your tickets, the process on StubHub is quick and easy!
Revolutionising the sport of snooker
One of the most defining moments of his lengthy career was when Davis faced off against Dennis Taylor in the final of the 1985 Betfred World Snooker Championship. The match was an intense battle that lasted several hours and culminated in a thrilling black-ball finish. There was no room for error for either contestant, providing enthralling entertainment for those in attendance and watching the broadcast. Taylor would go on to claim an unexpected victory as more than 18 million viewers tuned in to the BBC broadcast. The popularity of the match was seen as a key moment in the transformation of snooker towards regular broadcasting and commercial success. Davis would continue his professional career up until 2016, when he retired and transitioned into becoming a commentator and analyst. He has had a profound influence on making snooker what it is today, and you can learn why from the man himself by getting Steve Davis tickets on StubHub.
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