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After the World Championship , King became involved in a tense battle with Quinten Hann after his friend Andy Hicks eliminated Hann in a controversial first-round clash.
Hann had been making provocative gestures during the match and after Hicks took victory, the two players had an altercation, with an angry Hann squaring up to Hicks.
Upset by Hann's behaviour, King challenged the Australian to a boxing match,  for which King was later criticised, as Hann's behaviour had already put the game into disrepute.
Nevertheless, the bout went ahead and Hann controversially won the fight on a points decision. At 8—3, a mobile phone went off in the crowd, prompting King to quip "if that's my missus, tell her I'll be home soon".
In , King beat Ronnie O'Sullivan 9—8 at the same event, having fought back from 5—3 down in a match which saw his opponent sitting with a wet towel draped over his head when King was at the table.
King would eventually lose 9—6 in the last 16 to Joe Perry , but made a career best break at the Championships. Defeat to Neil Robertson he was trailing 7—2 but only lost 10—9 in the qualifying for the World Championship in cost him the chance of a top 16 return, but King qualified a year later, resiliently losing 10—6 to Stephen Maguire in the first round.
In , King went out to David Gilbert in the qualifying round for the event. In the World Championship , King beat six-times runner-up Jimmy White to qualify,  then shocked the previous year's runner-up Mark Selby 10—8, having trailed 5—3 overnight.
After potting the match ball, King showed his delight by shouting "Get in". A consistent —09 season saw King retain his top 16 spot.
At the Grand Prix King needed three snookers in the deciding frame against Ricky Walden to claim a 5—4 victory. He managed to get them and won by potting the final black.
In the next round he lost to Robert Milkins. He then won his second match 5—3 against Chinese player Tian Pengfei to reach his first Quarter final since the Malta Cup.
At the World championship , King lost his first round match against former 6 times World Champion Steve Davis by 9— In the deciding frame, Davis led 55—37, with only 13 points available.
King's attempts at getting the snooker he needed to win ended with him fluking the pink in the pocket.
King made an impressive start to the new season when he reached the Quarter Final of the Shanghai Masters.
King was too strong for qualifier Joe Delaney in the first round, winning 5—3. The same scoreline saw him overcome Peter Ebdon in the next round but King was then beaten comfortably by Mark Selby 5—1.
However his lack of form in the following ranking events made him fall out of the top 16 after the Welsh Open. At the Masters , King beat defending champion Mark Selby 6—4 to reach his first quarter-final at the event since After the match, King suggested that his comeback from 0—2 down was prompted by his opponent's celebration to winning the second frame on the black, when he "put his cue up and it gave me the hump a bit"  King then lost in the quarter-finals 1—6 against Jamie Cope.
King's ranking meant that he would need to win a match to qualify for the ranking tournaments in the —12 season. He failed to qualify for four of the eight ranking tournaments during the season and was knocked out in the first round in two.
King began the —13 season by failing to qualify for three of the first four ranking events. King had his best results in the Chinese ranking events during the —14 season , beginning with the Wuxi Classic where he beat Rory McLeod 5—3 and Marco Fu 5—4, before being thrashed 5—0 by Neil Robertson in the last King lost in the qualifying rounds of three of the first five ranking events of the —15 season and was knocked out in the first round of the other two.
He moved 3—0 up on Shaun Murphy with two breaks but then missed multiple chances to win the match, as well as Murphy getting some flukes, to be beaten 4—3.
King failed to get past the second round in the first eight events of the —17 season. King went on to be 8—7 up, with the 16th frame going to a re-spotted black after King had needed a snooker and he missed a double on it to win.
King took the deciding frame to win a ranking event for the first time in his year career. He paid tribute to his father who had lent King money for the trip to Belfast.
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Archived from the original on 15 July The Northern Ireland Open will be held in Milton Keynes his year, as has every other event so far this season as the pandemic rolls on, but despite the monotony of the trips to the Marshall Arena, King is raring to get going and regain his form after a slow start to the campaign.
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