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This should give us a feel of the level of play required to win a World title, not just how good the top player was. With Ronnie recently breaking the mark, centuries are a hot topic of discussion.
From , players averaged somewhere around 1 century per 40 frames played, dropping to 18 in and 12 and Put another way, in , unless you matched with Steven Hendry, your opponent was likely to make 1 or fewer centuries over the course of the match.
Now, in any long form given match against any player, you could expect 3 centuries against you. Instead of players getting worse, this is likely because only had 52 active players, so the average is really for the top Still, includes almost active players and events like qualifiers and Q school, making the overall 1 in 12 century rate even more impressive.
When looking at just the best century rate each year, we get a very similar story. Not only does the average improve every season, but the best players have to play better every season to stay on top.
What was dominant in is already below average. Since the field and top rates are both improving every decade, it seems that the level of play required to win a World Title must naturally be higher as well.
So it is clear that the standard of play in terms of centuries has dramatically improved. Although, some think this is a rather meaningless stat. Clearly then, in the last decade, the standard of play has improved.
So it is fair to assume that in the last 20 years the improvement has been even greater. Still, centuries do not win frames.
By the time a is made the frame is well over and it is possible players try harder for them now. Instead we can look at frame-winning breaks.
Here are the best at doing that by year. Clearly, both players would be competitive in the modern game, but the break-building prowess that earned them to 6 and 7 World titles respectively would not be enough to dominate modern players.
Put another way, if you sent 67th ranked, year-old Zhao Xintong back in time to , he would be the best break builder in the world. Comparing the best break builder of each year to the next ten best, we see that the top ten on average tend to play close to as well as the best player a decade prior.
Looking to , any one of the best ten players this year would have been virtually unplayable just 30 years ago. The common answer to why players make bigger breaks now is that the table conditions have improved.
It is certainly true that a table in is faster and therefore reds are easier to break open than in But what about in ?
What major changes have taken place since then? Even with no major changes in equipment , break building is improving for both elite players and the entire professional field.
Decade by decade, and even year by year, even in the absence of table condition changes, players get better at making big breaks.
The Crucible winner Trump claimed his first eight ranking tournaments between and , but has lifted the next ten between and White feels he has matured into the complete professional.
It's because he is so comfortable at the top end of tournaments," said the six-times World Championship finalist. He's comfortable playing all the big shots because he's got all the shots in his armoury, but his temperament has improved.
He never really looked under pressure in that match at all. Archived from the original on 13 March Crucible Almanac. The Canberra Times.
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