Snooker legend Stephen Hendry’s new autobiography about his life on and off the table is due for release NEXT WEEK.
The seven-times world snooker champion is set lift the full lid on his triumphant career which saw him becomes snooker’s dominant star throughout the 1990s.
His autobiography, titled ‘Me and The Table’, will be out next Thursday (September 6) and will be available to buy from a number of book stores and retail outlets.
The 49-year-old, considered by many as the greatest snooker player ever lived, has been promoting his new book on his Twitter and Instagram pages in recent weeks. And he will be available to sign copies of the new release to snooker fans by doing signing sessions at stores across the UK including the home of snooker – Sheffield.
Hendry won the World Championship seven times and was the world number one for eight consecutive seasons between 1990 and 1998. Nobody within the modern era has won snooker’s biggest more times than Hendry.
The Scot was also the youngest World Champion of the sport at the age of 21.
Hendry retired from the game in 2012 after being thrashed 13-2 in the World Championship quarter-final to Stephen Maguire. In the first round of that tournament he made a stunning 147 at the Crucible, his third at the famous venue – see the below video
Now he can be seen as a pundit on BBC’s and ITV’s live coverage of snooker tournaments. He also does lots of work in China to promote snooker and pool.