In the final he met world number 1 Steve Davis – then at the peak of his ability. Four-time world champion John Higgins launched a remarkable, unprovoked attack on Continue to the next page to see Joe Johnson net worth, estimated salary and earnings. Johnson started the season outside of the top 16 ranked No.18 in the World. Then and Now: Tony Meo We continue our look back at some of the greatest snooker names from the past - this week Tony Meo, one of two famous players to hail from Tooting. Johnson lost both of his first round last 64 matches in the following ranking events, the 1992 Classic to Paul McPhillips, to Tony Meo in the 1992 Asian Open  Higgins won the non-ranking Championship League by beating Ryan Day 3–0 in the final.  His Kay Suzanne Memorial Cup title defence ended when he was whitewashed 0–4 by Andrew Higginson in the last 128. In the following ranking event, the 1991 Classic, Johnson beat Paddy Browne in the last 64 and a 5–0 win over John Campbell took Johnson into the last 16 where he lost 5–3 to Rod Lawler.  He lost 2–4 to Ding Junhui in the last 16 of the 2013 Indian Open, and lost 2–6 to Matthew Stevens in the last 32 of the 2013 International Championship. In the 1999 UK Championship Johnson beat Tony Jones in Round 2 before narrowly losing 9–7 to John Parrot in Round 3. , Higgins switched cues yet again before the 2013 UK Championship, but continued to struggle in his matches, calling his poor form "soul-destroying.  The newspaper alleged that Higgins and Mooney had agreed to lose four frames in four separate tournaments in exchange for a €300,000 total payment, and further discussed the mechanics of how to fix a frame, which tournaments and opponents to choose, and how to transfer the money to Higgins. 26 for the start of the 1993/94 season. However, at 14–13, Higgins rediscovered his form to win four consecutive frames to clinch the match 18–13 to secure his second World title at 12:54 am, the latest finish to a World final (equalled when Neil Robertson beat Graeme Dott in 2010); and nine years after his first title – the longest time span between successes since Alex Higgins (1972, 1982), and the longest at The Crucible. We will automatically post your comment and a link to the news story to your Facebook timeline at the same time it is posted on MailOnline. And Jennifer Lopez subtly encouraged her fans to make their voices heard, when the 51-year-old songstress stepped out on Saturday with a Coach tote bag bearing the word 'Vote'. Craig Edwards beat Johnson in the last 64 of 1993 UK Championship. Forget Joe 90, it was Joe 86 when former pipe layer and trainee mechanic Joe Johnson became one of snooker’s most popular ever world champions. Johnson's defence saw him both reach the final and come within four frames of victory. Dismissing her fleeting unions to waiter Ojani Noa and dancer Cris Judd, she dished that she wants a 'big church wedding' with Alex. This moved Higgins level with Steve Davis in the list of ranking events won, but still eight behind Stephen Hendry. Johnson went one better in the following ranking even, the 1991 Grand Prix, when he beat Warren King in the last 64, Tony Jones in the last 32 and Mike Hallett in the last 16 to set up a quarter final against Nigel Bond where he lost 5–3. means an event is/was a variant format event. In the last 32 of the 1982 Professional Players Tournament Johnson began with a solid 5–1 last 64 win against Graham Miles and a last 32 5–1 win against kirk Stevens. He rose to prominence in the 1994–95 season when, at the age of 19, he won his first ranking tournament at the Grand Prix, defeating Dave Harold 9–6 in the final. A 10–8 victory over Nigel Bond saw Johnson qualify for his last appearance at the Crucible in the World Championship where he lost 10–6 in the last 32 to Dennis Taylor.  In the 2000 World Championship, Johnson beat Somporn Kathawung in Round 4, before losing to Ian McCulloch in Round 5. He reached the semi-final of the 1988 Masters. The first ranking event of the season saw Johnson beaten 5–3 by Terry Murphy in the last 48 of the 1993 Dubai Classic. , Higgins arrived at the 2014 UK Championship stating that he was struggling for confidence and concerned that a poor result in the championship could cost him his top-16 ranking and his place at the Masters. Johnson received a walkover in the last 16 against John Pulman and this took Johnson into the quarter finals, where he lost 9–5 to Ray Edmonds. Johnson turned professional alongside other notable players of the future, including Tony Meo, Mike Hallett and Cliff Wilson. His first event was the 1981 International Open in which he beat Jim Donnelly 5–4 in Round 1, Murdo MacLeod 5–1 in Round 2 and received a walkover against John Pulman in Round 3. He has also won two seniors titles, winning the 1997 Seniors Pot Black and the 2019 Seniors Masters, and provides regular snooker match commentary on Eurosport. In Johnson’s first season as a professional he was unranked. At the 1983 International Masters, Johnson again started in pre-qualifying and he scored 2–0 victories over Murdo Macleod and Mario Morra, but lost his following two matches 2–0 to Willie Thorne and Tony Meo. The event ran under different names such as Asian Open (1989/1990 to 1992/1993) and Thailand Open (1993/1994 to 1996/1997). In Johnson's first season as a professional he was unranked. In the last 32 Johnson beat a young up and coming Jimmy White 5–3 to set up a rematch against Eddie Charlton, which this time Johnson won 5–0 and included a 111 break. Johnson won the Seniors Pot Black Trophy in 1997, beating Terry Griffiths in the final. When Alex proposed last March, he presented her with her fifth engagement ring - the others were from her three husbands and ex-fiance Ben Affleck. A last 64 win against Chris Cookson in the 1991 British Open took Johnson to the last 32 where he lost to Mike Hallet. , At the German Masters, Higgins lost 3–5 to Dominic Dale in the last 32. 1–6 down to Tony Knowles at one stage, Johnson fought back to take the match to a decider, and losing 9–8. This was followed by a Round 3 9–3 defeat of Mike Watterson and in Round 4 a 9–4 win over Cliff Wilson.  After the match, he said that "I feel my form is steadily coming back – even when I've been losing matches I have still been gaining nuggets of confidence and I thought I played pretty well again. In the last 32 of the 1982 Professional Players Tournament Johnson began with a solid 5–1 last 64 win against Graham Miles and a last 32 5–1 win against Kirk Stevens. Johnson remains the player who came closest to beating the "Crucible curse", in that no first-time world champion has ever successfully defended the title. At the 1982 International Masters, Johnson began the event in the pre-qualifying group stage with a 2–1 loss against Dave Martin, and 2–0 wins over both Geoff Foulds and Cliff Wilson. In the 2011 event Johnson was seeded into the last 16 where he lost to Parrott and this was followed by similar defeats in Round 1 to Darren Morgan in 2012, Stephen Hendry in 2013 and Paul McPhillips in 2015. The Jenny From the Block hitmaker was grabbing dinner with her fiance Alex Rodriguez at the upscale Soho House in West Hollywood. 1 despite an 11–13 loss to Steve Davis in round two of the World Championship. At the Masters, he faced Mark Allen in the first round. asks residents to be patient with election result 'that could take days', Twitter and Facebook censor Trump by slapping warnings on his posts about 'dangerous' SCOTUS decision to allow late mail-in ballots in PA which he says will cause 'violence on the streets', Presidential candidate Kanye West says he's voting for the first time in his life 'for someone I truly trust... me', REVEALED: 60 Days In star and former Marine Nate Burrell, 33, was charged with five felonies including rape and assault with a dangerous weapon just days before his suicide. The Jenny From The Block singer donned a red satin gown that hugged her sensational figure and revealed the entirety of her tanned upper leg. In the following ranking event, the 1992 Welsh Open, Johnson's season improved when he beat Paul McPhillips in the last 64 and Tony Knowles in last 32 to set up a last 16 match against Steve James who whitewashed him 5–0. At the 2002 UK Championship, Johnson beat David John 5–3 in the last 128, before losing 5–3 to Rod Lawler. 1 under the new two-year rolling ranking system after having slipped to third by missing the start of the 2010/2011 season. In the 2009–10 season, as reigning World Champion, he lost 5–6 on the black ball to Neil Robertson in the semi-final of the Grand Prix; and 8–10 to Ding Junhui in the final of the UK Championship, after surviving a comeback by Ronnie O'Sullivan in the semi-final when leading 8–2, to advance 9–8 the previous evening.  He also won the minor-ranking Kay Suzanne Memorial Trophy, defeating Trump 4–2 in the final, and reached the final of the minor-ranking Bulgarian Open, where he lost 0–4 to Trump. Despite being ranked 96th in the World and eligible to play in most of the seasons events, Johnson withdrew from all but two of them.  In the last 48 of the 1983 International Open Johnson beat Dennis Hughes 5–1 and then lost 5–2 to Eddie Charlton in the last 32. He finished the 1989/90 season ranked number 11, thus ending the decade ranked inside the top 16. How much money is Joe Johnson worth at the age of 39 and what’s his real net worth now? The following three events saw Johnson beaten in each of his first round last 64 matches, at the 1993 European Open by Fergal O'Brien, in 1994 Welsh Open by Dave Harold.
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