Luca Brecel's Best Long Pots | 2023 Cazoo World Championship

Reanne Evans

  • Title

    12-time Women's World Champion
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  • Turned Pro

  • Highest Tournament Break

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  • D.O.B

    25 October 1985
  • Money List Earnings

  • Nickname

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Best ranking event performance: Last 64

Career highlights:

2002: Reaches the semi-finals of the Women’s World Championship at the age of 16 on her debut in the event.
2005: Wins her first Women’s World Championship by beating Lynette Horsburgh in the final, the start of a ten-year unbeaten run in the event. Her second title in 2006 comes when she is 34 weeks pregnant.
2010: Turns pro for the first time and plays on the World Snooker Tour for one season.
2011: An amazing run of 90 consecutive wins on the women’s circuit is ended when she loses to Maria Catalano at the Northern Classic.
2013: Beats Thepchaiya Un-Nooh 5-4 in the qualifying round for the Wuxi Classic, becoming the first woman to qualify for the final stages of a world ranking event. Loses 5-2 to Zhu Yinghui in China.
2016: Wins her 11th Women’s World Championship title, beating Ng On Yee in the final.
2017: Beats Robin Hull 10-8 in the first qualifying round of the professional World Championship, arguably her best ever result. Needing two more wins to reach the Crucible, she loses 10-6 to Lee Walker.
2019: Captures her 12th Women’s World Championship crown, beating Nutcharut Wongharuthia in the final. Plays in the Champion of Champions event and comes from 3-0 down to 3-3 against Shaun Murphy before losing 4-3.
2020: Made an MBE for services to snooker in the Queen’s Birthday Honours.
2021: Awarded a place on the World Snooker Tour for the first time with a two-year tour card, alongside Ng On Yee. 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.
2023: Becomes the first woman to win a televised ranking event match by beating Stuart Bingham in the first round of the Shoot Out to reach the last 64.