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Eurosport's Reanne Evans, who was knocked out earlier in qualifying, was left baffled by the situation and said she was not allowed one at all.
Clarke, who went on to clinch the biggest win of his career so far in coming through , admitted afterwards in an interview with Eurosport that the incident had rattled him.
It really made me nervous, to be honest," he said. Jamie Clarke: Towel incident 'made me nervous' in World Championship qualifier. World Championship.
Share this with. Joe Perry complained to the match referee after he felt repeatedly distracted by opponent Jamie Clarke's towel during their World Championship qualifier.
Later that season he also reached the semi-finals of the Masters , losing 6—3 to eventual champion Steve Davis. Johnson lost 10—8 to Darren Morgan in the opening round of the World Championship.
Johnson started the season outside of the top 16 ranked No. In the UK Championship Johnson narrowly beat Warren King 9—8 in the last 64 and followed that with a 9—5 victory over Gary Natale in the last 32 before losing to John Parrot 9—8 in the last In the following ranking event, the 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.
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.
Johnson started the season as World number Johnson went one better in the following ranking even, the 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.
Johnson lost both of his first round last 64 matches in the following ranking events, the Classic to Paul McPhillips, to Tony Meo in the Asian Open.
In the following ranking event, the 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.
Johnson reached the last 16 again in the following tournament, the British Open, when he beat Joe Grech in the last 64, Nigel Bond in the last 32 before losing to Alain Robidoux in the last Johnson narrowly missed out on qualifying for the World Championship after he lost 10—9 to Mick Price in the last 48, Johnson did however make a break during the match — the highest break of the qualifying tournamount.
Johnson's ranking rose to No. At the UK Championship Johnson won the deciding frame to beat Darren Clarke 9—8 before suffering a heavy 9—1 loss to Gary Wilkinson in the last Johnson lost in the last 64 at Welsh Open to Joe Grech.
In the European Open Johnson beat Anthony Davies in the last 64 and caused an upset by beating John Parrot 5—3 before losing by the same scoreline to Mick Price in the last 16 .
John Parrot avenged his earlier defeat to Johnson by beating him in the last 16 of the Asian Open after Johnson had beaten Martin Clark in the last 32 and Troy Shaw in the last 64 .
The penultimate event before the World Championship saw Johnson beaten 5—0 by Billy Snaddon in the last 64 of the International Open.
Needing to win one match to qualify for the World Championship, Johnson lost 10—6 to Karl Payne in the last Johnon's ranking had dropped to No.
Johnson was beaten by John Higgins in the last 64 of the following event, the Grand Prix. Johnson suffered heart and eye problems during the s, although he continued to play in qualifying events.
Johnson then beat Thai Pichit 9—6 in round 2, before losing 9—6 to John Parrott in the last In Round 2, the last 32, Johnson lost to Parrot.
In the Grand Prix , Johnson made the last Johnson started the season as World No. Despite being ranked 96th in the World, and eligible to play in most of the season's events, Johnson withdrew from all but two of them.
Johnson entered the Players Championship, however, where he lost to 5—3 to Stuart Mann in the last Johnson's final event as a professional was the World Championship, where he lost 10—0 to Ian Preece in the last Johnson was relegated from the main tour in , having finished the —04 season ranked th; aged 52, he had been the oldest player on the circuit.
He retired officially the following year, after breaking his ankle. After the revival of the World Seniors event, Johnson was seeded to the quarter-finals of the event, where he lost to Steve Davis.
On 11 April he won the World Seniors Masters. In his spare time Johnson sang in a band Dresden claiming to have the best voice among the top players of his era.
Johnson has established himself as a regular commentator for Eurosport. If that guy isn't the worst commentator in the world, he's in the top three".
Johnson owns a snooker club called Cue Gardens in Bradford and runs a coaching academy. When Johnson is away commentating for Eurosport, Richard Harrison runs the snooker academy.
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Ranking . LG Cup [nb 3]. British Open [nb 4]. UK Championship. Welsh Open. European Open [nb 5]. Irish Masters. Players Championship [nb 6].
World Championship. The Masters. Premier League [nb 7]. Canadian Masters [nb 8]. Hong Kong Open [nb 9]. Strachan Open.
Dubai Classic [nb 10]. German Open. Malta Grand Prix. China Open [nb 11].