Clearance Of The Season! | Joe O'Connor's 47 vs Neil Robertson | BetVictor Scottish Open

Kyren Wilson

  • Title

    Four Ranking Titles
  • Nationality

  • Turned Pro

  • Highest Tournament Break

    147 three times
  • Location

  • D.O.B

    23 December 1991
  • Money List Earnings

  • Nickname

    The Warrior
Season Stats
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Ranking titles: Five

Career highlights

2013: Reaches the quarter-finals of a ranking event for the first time at the Shanghai Masters
2014: Makes his Crucible debut, losing out 10-7 against Ricky Walden
2015: Wins maiden ranking title at the Shanghai Masters, defeating Judd Trump 10-9 in the final
2016: Reaches second ranking final at the Indian Open in Hyderabad but loses to Anthony McGill
2017: Appears in finals at the Yushan World Open and the English Open
2018: Reaches maiden Triple Crown final at the Masters, losing 10-7 to Mark Allen. Wins second ranking title title at the Paul Hunter Classic, beating Peter Ebdon in the final. Wins the Six Red World Championship. Narrowly loses 10-9 to Ronnie O’Sullivan in the final of the Champion of Champions. Semi-finalist at the World Championship.
2019. Lands the third ranking title of his career at the German Masters at the iconic Tempodrom venue in Berlin. Comes from 7-5 down in the final to beat David Gilbert 9-7.
2020: Reaches the final of the Welsh Open, making a 147 along the way, before losing 9-1 to Shaun Murphy. Makes his maiden World Championship final, beating Anthony McGill 17-16 in an epic last four clash, before losing the final to Ronnie O’Sullivan. Wins a ranking event on UK soil for the first time, beating Judd Trump 3-1 in the final of the Championship League.
2021: Wins the Championship League for the second time in the same season, this time as an invitation event. Beats Mark Williams 3-2 in the Winners’ Group final. Reaches the semi-finals of the World Championship before losing to Shaun Murphy.
2022: Runner-up to Robert Milkins at the Gibraltar Open, losing the final 4-2. Wins his fifth ranking title at the European Masters, beating Barry Hawkins 9-3 in the final to become one of only 20 players in snooker history to win five or more ranking titles.