Prop wrote:Actually, Judd does score more centuries per frame than Ronnie.
Ronnie: One century every 10.75 frames played.
Judd: One century every 10.29 frames played.
I’m much more a Ronnie fan than I am a Trump fan, but fair’s fair. Centuries per frame takes the ‘more tournaments these days’ argument right out of the equation.
Judd has the highest century strike rate the game has ever seen.
This is a good/valid point, but what you don't take into consideration is the fact that Ronnie is way older.
As you get old, your strike rate decreases.
So a more fair comparison would be to compare their century per frame ratio at the same age.
So we have 2 options:
- both aged 33, as Judd is now;
- both aged 45/46.
For me, the second one is more relevant, as is showcases one's ability to maintain a very high level for such a long time.
As for the title of this thread, Judd will certainly have:
- the most ranking titles when he retires, probably around 40 or 50.
- the most centuries, probably around 2000. That number is mind boggling to me, but that's very realistic if he plays for another 15 years.