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Stuart Bingham

  • Title

    2015 World Champion
  • Nationality

    English
  • Turned Pro

    1995
  • Highest Tournament Break

    147 eight times
  • Location

    Basildon, Essex
  • D.O.B

    21 May 1976
  • Money List Earnings

    £281,500
  • Nickname

    Ball Run
Season Stats
  • Frames Played

    29
  • Frames Won

    18
  • Frames Lost

    11
  • Frames Won Percentage

    62.07%
  • Shots Played

    696
  • Shots Per Frame

    24
  • Breaks Over 50

    12
  • 50 Break Rate

    2.42
  • Breaks Over 100

    2
  • 100 Break Rate

    14.5

Ranking titles: Six
Triple Crown wins: Two (World Championship 2015, Masters 2020)

Career highlights

2000: Makes his World Championship debut and beats Stephen Hendry 10-7 in one of the all-time Crucible shocks.
2005: Reaches the UK Championship quarter-finals, defeating Matthew Stevens 9-3 along the way.
2011: Wins his first ranking title, beating Mark Williams 9-8 in the final of the Australian Open.
2012: Captures the Premier League title, thrashing Judd Trump 7-2 in the final.
2013: Reaches his first Crucible quarter-final, before losing to Ronnie O’Sullivan.
2014: Wins his second ranking title by defeating Mark Allen 10-3 in the final of the Shanghai Masters.
2015: Enjoys the best moment of his career, winning the World Championship. Knocks out the likes of Ronnie O’Sullivan and Judd Trump to reach the final then beats Shaun Murphy 18-15 in a Crucible classic, making 17 breaks over 50.
2017: Ends a barren spell of 21 months without a title at the Welsh Open in Cardiff, defeating Judd Trump 9-8 in the final.
2018: Wins his fifth ranking title at the English Open, beating Mark Davis 9-7. Reaches the semi-finals of the UK Championship.
2019: Ranking title number six arrives at the Gibraltar Open as he beats Ryan Day 4-1. Makes his fifth official 147 at the China Open and his sixth at the Northern Ireland Open.
2020: Wins his second Triple Crown event at the Masters, beating Ali Carter 10-8 in a superb final to win the £250,000 top prize.
2021: Reaches the semi-finals of the World Championship before a narrow 17-15 defeat against Mark Selby.