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Hendry

Stephen. born 1969, British snooker player: world champion 1990, 1992--96, and 1999
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The Rocket levelled Hendry's record of 36 ranking titles by winning the Tour Championship on Sunday night.
Blackpool magistrates heard Hendry, 49, had been in a five-year relationship, which ended late last year.
At the age of 43, Hendry is giving up snooker in favour of a lucrative contract to promote pool in China.
Steve Davis called it a sad day for snooker after seven-time world champion Hendry, 43, announced he is to take up a lucrative post promoting pool in China.
Hearn added: "Steve Davis should have had a knighthood 10 years ago, and I think Stephen Hendry for his contribution to the game is right up there as well.
At the age of 43, Hendry is giving up snooker in favour of a lucrative contract to promote pool in China, deciding he could not juggle business commitments with a sporting career and a family life.
Hendry said: "I am officially retired now from tournament snooker.
Hector McFarlane, a 62-year-old retired financial advisor, wants receiver Nigel Bebbington to probe the role of Hendry's lawyer Graham Bainbridge, who he says misled him over the state of the star's debts.
Selby was installed as the tournament's new favourite after setting an all-time record by reaching six centuries in his clash with seven-time champion Hendry yesterday.
Hendry was champion in April 1990, more than a year before Zhang Anda, his 18-year-old opponent, arrived in the world.
Hendry struggled for rhythm in front of a home crowd and was outplayed by Williams, who scored more heavily than the seven-times former world champion towards the end of the match.