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Lee Walker

  • Title

  • Nationality

    Welsh
  • Turned Pro

    1994
  • Highest Tournament Break

    140
  • Location

    Newport
  • D.O.B

    11 February 1976
  • Money List Earnings

    £0
  • Nickname

    -

Best ranking event performance: Semi-finals

Career highlights:

1997: Reaches the quarter-finals of the World Championship on his first appearance at the Crucible. Beats Dave Harold and Alan McManus at the Theatre of Dreams before losing to Alain Robidoux.
2000: Climbs to number 42 in the world.
2004: Another World Championship run takes him to the last 16, beating Stephen Lee at the Crucible before losing to David Gray.
2017: Knocks Neil Robertson out of the Welsh Open, reaching the last 16.
2018: Reaches the semi-finals of a ranking event for the first time at the Gibraltar Open, knocking out the likes of Anthony McGill and Kyren Wilson before losing against Cao Yupeng. Quarter-finalist at the Paul Hunter Classic.
2019: Beats Judd Trump on a run to the quarter-finals of the English Open.
2020: Drops off the tour but regains his place immediately via Q School.