Betway UK Championship Semi-final Highlights

Judd Trump

  • Title

    2019 World Champion
  • Nationality

    English
  • Turned Pro

    2005
  • Highest Tournament Break

    147 four times
  • Location

    Bristol
  • D.O.B

    20 August 1989
  • Money List Earnings

    £1,394,000
  • Nickname

    The Ace

Ranking titles:  14
Triple Crown wins: Three (one World Championship, one UK Championship, one Masters)

Career highlights

2004: Becomes the youngest player to make a competitive 147, aged just 14 (the record has since been broken)
2007: Becomes (at the time) the third-youngest player to compete at the Crucible, after Stephen Hendry and Ronnie O’Sullivan
2011: Wins the China Open, his first ranking title, and then his first Triple Crown title at UK Championship, playing what he describes as “naughty snooker.” Reaches the World Championship final before losing to John Higgins.
2012: Claims the International Championship and becomes world number one for the first time
2014: Wins the Australian Open
2015: Adds the World Grand Prix to his growing collection of titles
2016: Wins the China Open for the second time and claims the European Masters title
2017: Wins the European Masters and Players Championship
2018: Lands the Northern Ireland Open crown with a superb 9-7 win over Ronnie O’Sullivan
2019: Lifts the Masters trophy for the first time, beating Ronnie O’Sullivan 10-4 in the final. Wins the World Grand Prix. Wins the Betfred World Championship for the first time, beating John Higgins 18-9 in the final. Makes a record seven centuries in the final, a performance described by Steve Davis as “the controlled annihilation of a great player.” Earns £500,000, the biggest prize in snooker history. Becomes the first player to win more than £1 million in a single season. Completes the Triple Crown (having previously won the UK Championship and the Masters). Wins the International Championship in China, thrashing Shaun Murphy 10-3 in the final. Takes over from O’Sullivan as world number one. Beats Thepchaiya Un-Nooh 10-5 in the final of the Yushan World Open. Wins the Northern Ireland Open, his 14th ranking title, beating O’Sullivan 9-7 in the final for the second consecutive year.

 

2018/19 Results

2019 World Championship Winner

2019 China Open Last 64

2019 Tour Championship Semi-final

2019 Players Championship Semi-finals

2019 Welsh Open Last 64

2019 German Masters Quarter-final

2019 Masters Winner

2018 Scottish Open Semi-final

2018 UK Championship Last 16

2018 Northern Ireland Open Winner

2018 Champion of Champions Quarter-final

2018 International Championship Quarter-final

2018 English Open Last 16

2018 European Masters Last 32

2018 China Championship Quarter-finals

2018 Shanghai Masters Last 16

2018 Yushan World Open Last 32

2017/18 Results

2018 World Championship Quarter-final

2018 China Open Last 128

2018 Players Championship Semi-final

2018 Romanian Masters Quarter-final

2018 Welsh Open Last  64

2018 World Grand Prix Last 32

2018 German Masters Semi-final

2018 Masters Semi-final

2017 Scottish Open Semi-final

2017 UK Championship Last 32

2017 Northern Ireland Open Last 128

2017 Shanghai Masters Runner-up

2017 Champion of Champions Last 16

2017 International Championship Quarter-final

2017 English Open Last 16

2017 European Masters Winner

2017 Yushan World Open Last 128

2017 China Championship Last 32

2017 Hong Kong Masters Semi-final

2016/17 Results

2017 World Championship Last 32

2017 China Open Quarter-final

2017 Players Championship Winner

2017 Gibraltar Open  Runner-up

2017 Welsh Open Runner-up

2017 World Grand Prix Last 16

2017 German Masters Last 64

2017 Masters Last 16

2016 Scottish Open Semi-final

2016 UK Championship Last 64

2016 Champion of Champions Quarter-final

2016 China Championship Last 16

2016 International Championship Semi-final

2016 English Open Runner-up

2016 European Masters Winner

2016 Shanghai Masters Last 16

2016 World Open Last 32

2016 Riga Masters Last Quarter-final