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Today's Best Discounts. He has won a host of junior titles in his native Switzerland and has won the national championship twice, due in large part to his stays at Snooker Academies in Sheffield and Gloucester and individual training by former World Championship semi-finalist Ian McCulloch.
In he turned professional by coming through Q School. After an early defeat in Event One, he played superbly throughout Event Two, losing just one frame in four matches and scoring a top break of Ursenbacher experienced a tough start to his debut season as a professional, losing his first seven matches.
His first win came in November at the minor-ranking Kay Suzanne Memorial Cup against former world champion Ken Doherty , and he was close to following it with another defeat of a world champion in the form of Peter Ebdon in the next round, ultimately losing 4—3.
Ursenbacher qualified for the first ranking event of the —15 season , the Wuxi Classic , by beating Kyren Wilson 5—4, but had to withdraw from the tournament due to being unable to enter China because of a visa problem.
He defeated Martin O'Donnell 5—4 in the first round of qualifying for the Australian Goldfields Open , before losing 5—2 to Lyu Haotian and then lost a further 14 consecutive matches to be relegated from the tour as the world number Out of the three European Tour events Ursenbacher entered in the —16 season , he reached the first round of the Ruhr Open , where he lost 4—3 to Rod Lawler.
He was knocked out in the opening round of the first Q School event, but in Event 2 he won five matches to stand just a game away from rejoining the professional tour.
Ursenbacher lost it 4—2 against Alex Borg. Ursenbacher recorded his best result to date by reaching the semi-finals of the English Open , defeating former world champion Shaun Murphy along the way; he lost 3—6 to Kyren Wilson.
Ursenbacher's form declined after that, however, and he failed to win a single match for the rest of the season, aside from variant event Shoot Out.
The next season was hardly an improvement, although Ursenbacher caused a major upset at the Welsh Open by knocking out tournament favourite Ronnie O'Sullivan in the third round; he lost his next match to Zhao Xintong.
After losing his first round qualifying match for the World Championship 4—10 to Jordan Brown , Ursenbacher was left 69th in the season-end rankings, confirming his relegation.
In June , Ursenbacher came through Q-School - Event 3 by winning six matches to earn another two-year card on the World Snooker Tour for the —20 and —21 seasons.
In July , he became the first Swiss player to qualify for the main draw World Championships. Ursenbacher was well beaten in the first round 10—2 by 15th seed Barry Hawkins.
Ursenbacher is the son of a Portuguese mother from Madeira Island , living in Switzerland. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Swiss snooker player.
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