2017 Indian Open Last 128
2017 Paul Hunter Classic Last 128
2017 China Championship Last 128
2017 Riga Masters Last 64
- Walker’s most significant run of the 2016/17 campaign was a stellar performance on home turf at the 2017 Welsh Open. He defeated 2010 World Champion Neil Robertson on his way to the last 16
- He regained his place on the World Snooker Tour thanks to his performances in the European Tour events in 2015/16.
- The Welshman made it to the last 32 of three European Tour events throughout the season.
- He also went on a run to the last 32 of the 2016 China Open, knocking out Ding Junhui along the way, causing the Chinese superstar to need to qualify for the World Championship.
- He earned a place on the main tour for the first time in six years by coming through Q School in 2014, after beating Joe O’Connor in the final round of event two.
- Walker was a regular face on the pro circuit between 1994 and 2008 and climbed to 42nd in the world.
- He is also an official WPBSA World Snooker coach and makes regular trips to Sweden to train young players.
2017 World Championship Last 48
2017 China Open Last 128
2017 Gibraltar Open Last 32
2017 Shoot Out Last 128
2017 Welsh Open Last 16
2017 German Masters Last 128
2016 Scottish Open Last 128
2016 UK Championship Last 128
2016 Northern Ireland Open Last 64
2016 International Championship Last 64
2016 English Open Last 64
2016 European Masters Last 128
2016 Shanghai Masters Last 96
2016 Paul Hunter Classic Last 32
2016 World Open Last 64
2016 Indian Open Last 128
2016 Riga Masters Last 64