Paul Hunter is a well known Snooker Player.
At the 2001 Masters, Hunter defeated defending champion Matthew Stevens 6—5 in the first round, Peter Ebdon 6—3 in the quarter-finals and Stephen Hendry 6—4 in the semi-finals.
He made five century breaks in the match.
After his death, Lindsay wrote Unbreakable: My Life with Paul — a Story of Extraordinary Courage and Love covering Paul's snooker career, life and death.
Fellow snooker players Stephen Hendry, Mark Williams, Jimmy White, Matthew Stevens and Ken Doherty led calls for the Masters trophy to be named in Hunter's memory.
With the help of and Johnson, Hunter made his debut among the professionals in July 1995 at the age of 16.
Hunter in the course of his professional career, including a high break of 146.
He died shortly before his 28th birthday in October 2006.