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Ltd President Joseph Lo invited him to return to Hong Kong to begin his career as a professional snooker player. In , the year he turned professional, Fu reached the final of the Grand Prix , beating Ronnie O'Sullivan 5—2 and then Peter Ebdon 5—3 in the process.
Although he failed to repeat the success of reaching the final of the Grand Prix, he made a credible run to the quarter finals before losing to Allister Carter.
Other achievements of note include reaching semi finals of the Malta Grand Prix and the Scottish Open. However, a succession of defeats in the last 16, and a first round defeat in the World Championship to Chris Small , saw him fall out of the top 16 for next season.
However, at the Welsh Open in February , he produced a run to the semi finals. Fu whitewashed Stephen Lee 5—0 in the second round and beat Ronnie O'Sullivan 5—3 in the quarter-finals, before losing his semi-final 6—4 to Stephen Hendry , who went on to win the title.
Going into the World Championship three months later, after first round losses at the European  and Scottish Open  suggested he would not go far in the tournament, particularly as his first round opponent was world No.
Fu reached the first of his two World Championship quarter-finals to date. In what Snooker Scene magazine described as "one of the greatest upsets in the history of the game", the unseeded year-old overcame the odds to defeat O'Sullivan in their first round clash.
Fu dominated this match from the outset, opening up a 6—3 overnight lead; and although O'Sullivan made four centuries including a maximum break , Fu never looked to be in trouble and won 10—6.
In , Fu also won his first title since turning professional in the invitational Premier League , beating Mark Williams 9—5 in the final in Sunderland.
This was the first time the title went outside of the British Isles. The following season was less consistent, although he qualified for all tournaments except the Malta Cup , and his best result was a quarter-final loss to Ding Junhui at the China Open.
However, he had a good run at the World Championship , beating three seeded players — Alan McManus 10—3, Stephen Maguire 13—4, and Ken Doherty 13—10 — to reach the semi-finals, where he lost to world no.
In that match, Fu was 9—15 down with only one session left to play, but won seven out of the next eight frames to send the match into the deciding frame, which Ebdon eventually won.
Fu had used Griffiths for a short while some years ago — but did not commit to the necessary changes in technique.
His best result that season was a quarter-final run in the China Open , where he lost to Ronnie O'Sullivan. Following a first round loss at the Shanghai Masters and nine years after his first appearance in a ranking final at the Grand Prix, Fu won the Grand Prix — his first ever victory in a ranking event.
After defeating the reigning World Champion John Higgins in the first knock-out round 5—4, Liu Song 5—0 in the quarter-finals and Gerard Greene 6—5 in the semi-finals, he faced Ronnie O'Sullivan in the final.
For the rest of the season, he reached the quarter-finals of the UK Championship , losing to Mark Selby ; and he also reached the semi-finals of the Masters , losing to Stephen Lee.
At the Grand Prix , he lost in the second round to Ronnie O'Sullivan , a repeat of last season's final. Things did not improve for Fu in the Bahrain Championship , where he lost in the first round to Dominic Dale.
In the semi-finals, Fu knocked out the World Championship runner up, Ali Carter , after a great comeback. At one stage in the match he was trailing 2—5, but Carter missed a simple pink ball in the eighth frame, allowing Fu to win the frame, ending the first session trailing by 3—5.
He levelled to 6—6, and then led by 8—6, making three centuries in the process. In the final, Fu was defeated after conceding by Shaun Murphy in a tense match by 10 frames to 9.
It was a match highly affected by tension and both of the players did not produce their best form, the only century being a from Fu.
He suffered a first round defeat to John Higgins at the Masters , decided by a fluked last black, in what was a great effort to nearly force a decider.
In the World Championship , he advanced to the second round by beating Joe Swail 10—4 comfortably. He faced Shaun Murphy in the next round, where he lost 3— Along the way, Fu edged out Nigel Bond 5—4.
At the Grand Prix he lost in the last 32 4—5 against Mark Davis. In the singles competition he was beaten by Chinese Yu Delu 4—1 in the quarter-finals.
Fu lead 5—4 after the first session, after he missed a straight red for 6—3. He won the singles competition by defeating Ding Junhui 4—2 in the final.
Fu reached the final of the Masters , where he lost 4—10 against Ding Junhui , which was notable for being the first all Chinese final.
Fu had earlier made the second of his career during the final qualifying round for the World Open, in a match against Matthew Selt.
He qualified by beating Anthony Hamilton 6—5 and then saw off Stuart Bingham 6—4 in the first round to set up a last 16 clash with world number one, Mark Selby who was the favourite to win the tournament.
Fu caused a major shock by defeating the Englishman 6—3 and then went on to play Mark Allen in the quarter-finals. Fu qualified for the World Championship with a 10—4 win over Joe Jogia , but lost in the first round of the event 3—10 to Matthew Stevens.
However, he lost in the final qualifying round 2—5 to Jamie Burnett. Fu himself denied the claims, having never been found guilty of any offence, and went on to defeat Allen 6—3.
His semi-final against Barry Hawkins included a near hour-long battle of safety play, with Fu edging the match 6—4 just after midnight local time.
Fu came back from 5—3 down to take the match 6—5 with consecutive breaks of 84 and in the final frame. His first came in the opening ranking event, the Wuxi Classic , where he lost 5—4 to Barry Hawkins.
At the Masters , Fu made the third competitive maximum break of his professional career during his first-round match against Stuart Bingham , whom he defeated 6—3 to advance to the sixth quarter-final of his season, where O'Sullivan beat him 6—1.
Fu won his first title carrying ranking points since the Australian Open by eliminating Michael White 4—1 in the final.
In the final John Higgins opened the match with three centuries, before Fu added one of his own. He came from 4—1 down by winning eight frames in a row to land his third ranking tournament title.
Throughout the tournament, Fu made 11 centuries and 21 more breaks over 50 in seven matches. In an extremely high quality first round match at the Masters , Judd Trump made two centuries and Fu three, with there being nine further breaks above 50 as Fu edged through 6—5.
He went on to get them to square the match and then overcame Fu 6—4. He won the first two frames upon the resumption of play and eventually levelled at 8—8, before completing the comeback with a 10—9 victory.
The first to 13 would qualify for the quarter-finals to meet Mark Selby and despite a kick when 59—0 ahead at 12—11 that almost let Robertson level, Fu proceeded to win 13— Two weeks after suffering a 6—0 defeat against Ronnie O'Sullivan in the first round of the Masters , Fu revealed that he had undergone laser eye surgery in December to treat retinal degeneration and floaters in his dominant left eye.
He also announced that he would not enter any more tournaments before making a full recovery and regaining his old level in training.
Fu is a prolific break-builder. He is the tenth player in history to have produced more than competitive centuries and is currently ranked as No.
Fu once held the record for the longest frame in the history of televised snooker.