Rocket Reaches 46th Ranking Final

Barry Hawkins

  • Title

    3 Ranking Titles
  • Nationality

  • Turned Pro

  • Highest Tournament Break

    147 twice
  • Location

    Ditton, Kent
  • D.O.B

    23 April 1979
  • Money List Earnings

  • Nickname

    The Hawk

2017/18 Results

2018 German Masters Last 32

2018 Masters Last 16

2017 Scottish Open Last 128

2017 UK Championship Last 32

2017 Northern Ireland Open Last 128

2017 Shanghai Masters Last 16

2017 Champion of Champions Last 16

2017 International Championship Last 64

2017 English Open Last 64

2017 European Masters Last 128

2017 Yushan World Open Last 64

2017 China Championship Last 32

2017 Hong Kong Masters Quarter-final

2017 Riga Masters Last 64

  • 3 Ranking event wins: 2012 Australian Open, 2014 Players Championship Grand Final, 2017 World Grand Prix
  • The Hawk soared to a third ranking title at the 2017 World Grand Prix in Preston. He made an impressive five centuries in the final as he defeated Ryan Day 10-7. A few months later he once again appeared in the one table stages at the World Championship. Hawkins reached his fourth Crucible semi-final, but succumbed to a disappointing 17-8 defeat to John Higgins.
  • Hawkins had a memorable 2016 World Championship, an event where he has shown incredible consistency down the years. A fantastic last 16 performance saw him beat Ronnie O’Sullivan for the first time at the Crucible and only the second time in his career.  The ‘Hawk’ held his nerve in a final frame decider to claim a 13-12 victory. In the quarter-final he mounted a magnificent fightback from 9-1 down against Marco Fu, to move to 12-11 behind. It proved to be a bridge too far though as the Hong Kong man came through.
  • He started the 2015/16 in the perfect manner with victory at the Riga Open. Hawkins took the crown home thanks to a 4-1 win over Tom Ford in the final.
  • At the 2015 World Championship Hawkins reached his third consecutive semi-final. He made four centuries during an epic 13-12 quarter-final victory over Neil Robertson. Hawkins faced Shaun Murphy in the last four and suffered a 17-9 defeat.
  • In April 2014, Hawkins won the Players Championship at the Guild Hall in Preston. It was the second world ranking title of his career and landed him a cheque for £100,000.
  • At the World Championship he once again made the last four, however he was denied a place in the final by Ronnie O’Sullivan.
  • Hawkins went one better a year earlier in 2013. He went on a magnificent run to reach the final after a 17-14 win over Ricky Walden in the last four. He lost out in a high quality affair in the final as O’Sullivan claimed a fifth world title after an 18-12 win.
  • His first ranking event victory came at the 2012 Australian Open. Hawkins recorded a comprehensive 9-3 victory over Peter Ebdon to take the crown.

2016/17 Results

2017 World Championship Semi-final

2017 China Open Last 128

2017 Players Championship Last 128

2017 Gibraltar Open Last 16

2017 Shoot Out Last 64

2017 Welsh Open Quarter-final

2017 World Grand Prix Winner

2017 German Masters Quarter-final

2017 Masters Semi-final

2016 Scottish Open Last 16

2016 UK Championship Last 64

2016 Northern Ireland Open Runner-up

2016 International Championship Last 128

2016 English Open Semi-final

2016 European Masters Last 16

2016 Shanghai Masters Last 16

2016 World Open Last 32

2016 Indian Open Last 16