Marco Fu's Highlights vs Mark Selby | 5-2 QF Win | Hong Kong Masters 2022

Ng On Yee

  • Title

    Three-time Women's World Champion
  • Nationality

    China Hong Kong
  • Turned Pro

    2021
  • Highest Tournament Break

    -
  • Location

    Hong Kong
  • D.O.B

    17 November 1990
  • Money List Earnings

    £3,000
  • Nickname

    -
Season Stats
  • Frames Played

    28
  • Frames Won

    7
  • Frames Lost

    21
  • Frames Won Percentage

    25%
  • Shots Played

    467
  • Shots Per Frame

    16.68
  • Breaks Over 50

    2
  • 50 Break Rate

    14
  • Breaks Over 100

    0
  • 100 Break Rate

    N/A

Best ranking event performance: Last 64

Career highlights:

2012: Wins her first women’s ranking event at the Northern Championship.
2013: Wins a silver medal at the Asian Indoor Games, for 6-red snooker.
2015: Wins the Women’s World Championship for the first time, beating Reanne Evans in the semi-finals (ending Evans’ ten year unbeaten stretch) and Emma Bonney in the final.
2017: Wins her second world title, beating Vidya Pillai in the final in Singapore.
2018: Becomes women’s world number one for the first time. Takes the world title for the third time, winning the tournament in Malta without conceding a frame, including a 5-0 final success over Maria Catalano. Makes a break of 139 in the Australian Women’s Open. Named ‘Best of the Best’ at the Hong Kong Sports Stars awards for the second time.
2019: Plays Alan McManus in the World Championship qualifying rounds and leads 6-5 but eventually loses 10-6.
2020: Wins the Belgian Open, beating Reanne Evans 4-2 in the final.
2021: Awarded a place on the World Snooker Tour for the first time with a two-year tour card, alongside Reanne Evans. The announcement formed part of a wider commitment which reinforces the role of the WPBSA’s World Women’s Snooker Tour as a major development tour within our sport’s elite pathway.
2022: Beats Wu Yize 4-2 in the first round of the Welsh Open, her first victory in a ranking event. Loses 4-1 to Ali Carter in the last 64.