Thepchaiya Un-Nooh, a renowned Thai snooker player, has once again etched his name in the annals of snooker history by making his fourth official maximum break during his second-round match against Xu Si at the WST Classic held in Leicester. Un-Nooh’s perfect break came in the fifth frame, despite him trailing 3-2 at the time.
The accomplished Thai athlete’s feat of making four or more official 147s places him among the elite club of only 13 players to have achieved this milestone. Interestingly, Un-Nooh had missed the final black on 140 during the 2015 UK Championship, only to make his first official maximum the following year.
This season, the 186th maximum break in snooker history, and the tenth of the season, has been recorded by Un-Nooh. Unless his record is equaled over the next three days, he will walk away with the tournament’s £5,000 high-break prize.
Thepchaiya Un-Nooh’s recent achievement is a testament to his incredible skill, talent, and dedication to the sport. Snooker enthusiasts worldwide will undoubtedly take notice of his remarkable accomplishment, which adds to his already impressive list of achievements in the game.