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The couple exchanged vows in Pontycymer, Bridgend, South Wales, and are now on honeymoon in Crete with their child. The new Mrs Day said: 'Some people like to keep family at arm's length, but we're all very close - obviously.
But I can see the funny side. We're all used to it now and we have a fantastic family life together. The Welsh Assembly commercial manager told The Sun newspaper: 'It seems incredible now to remember first meeting Ryan when he was a grumpy teenage boy.
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Mark Allen Ding Junhui Yan Bingtao In , however, he qualified for the World Snooker Championship and he led John Higgins 9—7 in the first round, becoming the first player to score three centuries in his first Crucible match, but missed a pink in the 17th frame that would have left Higgins needing a snooker to stay in the tournament.
Higgins went on to win the frame and the next two for the match. As some consolation, Higgins commented that Day was "going to be a top player for many years to come".
Day reached the quarter-finals of his home tournament, the Welsh Open defeating Allister Carter and Steve Davis along the way.
He finished this season ranked 33, but as Quinten Hann did not participate in any events, Day was always among the top 32 seeds, meaning one less qualifying match than he would otherwise have faced.
Back at the Crucible in , he beat Joe Perry 10—3 in the first round and led Ronnie O'Sullivan 9—7 in the second round before losing 10— He narrowly missed reaching the top 16 of the rankings as a result.
Day reached the quarter-finals of the Northern Ireland Trophy and was runner up in the Malta Cup , losing 4—9 to Shaun Murphy.
As a member of the Top 16, he automatically qualified for tournaments. After failing to progress past the last 16 in the next three tournaments, he reached the semi-finals of the China Open , beating Matthew Stevens , Ken Doherty and Mark Williams before he was beaten by Stephen Maguire 5—6, denying him a place in the final.
Day made it through to the quarter-finals of the World Championship for the first time in his career by beating Irishman Michael Judge 10—6 and the defending champion John Higgins 13—9 in one of the best wins of his career,  before losing 7—13 to Stephen Hendry.
His consistent performances took him up to 8th place in the rankings. The year ended on a disappointing note when he lost in the first round at the UK Championship to Matthew Stevens.
He again reached the World Championship quarter-finals in , before losing 11—13 to Mark Allen. However, he continued to move up the rankings, climbing 2 places to number 6, the highest ranked player not to have won a ranking event.
A disappointing —10 season in which he reached only one quarter-final in the Welsh Open , culminated in an 8—10 first round defeat in the World Championship to Mark Davis.
Day qualified for five of the eight ranking tournaments during the —12 season , losing in the first round in four.
He came back from 3—7 down in his qualifying match against Gerard Greene to win 10—8, to set up a first round match with China's number 1, Ding Junhui.
Day lost in qualifying for the opening ranking event of the —13 season the Wuxi Classic 0—5 to Robert Milkins.
He finished the season ranked world number Day was beaten in the second round once and first round three times in the opening four ranking events of the —14 season , but then reached the quarter-finals for the first time in over a year at the International Championship.
For the second season in a row Day qualified for every ranking event. A pair of last 16 defeats at the Wuxi Classic and Shanghai Masters proved to be his best results in the first half of the year.
After Day won the final two frames of his first round match against world number one Ding Junhui at the German Masters to eliminate him 5—4, he said that he was working on his consistency to get back into the highest echelons of the game.
Day lost 5—4 to Ding Junhui in the second round of the Shanghai Masters , but turned the tables at the same stage of the International Championship by beating him 6—5.
However, in his next event he whitewashed Mark Selby 4—0 in the quarter-finals of the Bulgarian Open and beat Sam Baird 4—2 to play in the final of an event carrying ranking points for the first time since , but he was thrashed 4—0 by Mark Allen.
Day lost the final three frames against Kyren Wilson to be eliminated 5—4. In the semi-finals he was 4—3 down to Marco Fu , but recovered from needing four snookers in the eighth frame to level and went on to win 6—4.
Day finally clinched his maiden ranking title in his fifth final appearance. The Welshman sensationally stormed to consecutive titles at the Gibraltar Open and the Romanian Masters.
He defeated Cao Yupeng and Stuart Bingham in the respective finals. Day married his stepmother 's sister, Lynsey, in the summer of His younger brother Rhys has played football for Manchester City and the Welsh under side.
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