Alfie Burden has been an established professional player for most of the past 25 years, attaining a career-high world ranking of 38 from 2001-2003.
The Londoner can count quarter-final runs at the 2016 China Open, 2016 European Masters, 2017 Gibraltar Open and 2018 Scottish Open as his best results to date at ranking tournaments.
He made his sole appearance to date at the World Championship back in 1998, losing 10-8 to Tony Drago in the last 32.
At the 2016 English Open he compiled his first maximum break as a professional against Daniel Wells, ultimately losing the match 4-3.
In 2009 he defeated Igor Figueiredo 10-8 to win the world amateur championship and regain his place on the main tour following a two-year absence.
Prior to taking up snooker, Burden was a talented football player in his youth playing for both Arsenal and Swindon Town as a schoolboy, before a bad break to his leg ended his on-field career.