Barry Hawkins

The Hawk

Three Ranking Titles

World Ranking

15

Money List Earnings

£313,250

One Year List Earnings

£71,250

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23/04/1979

Date of Birth

1996

Turned Pro

Left

Hand

147 - 2 times

WST High Break

-

Cue

Season Stats

361

Frames Played

195

Frames Won

166

Frames Lost

54.02%

Frames Won Percentage

8,613

Shots Played

23.86

Shots Per Frame

107

Breaks Over 50

3.37

50 Break Rate

29

Breaks Over 100

12.45

100 Break Rate

Bio

Barry Hawkins has established himself as one of the most consistent players at the World Championship, reaching the final in 2013 and a further four semi-finals during the following five years.

It is a remarkable turnaround for a player who lost his first six matches at the Crucible Theatre, before he overcame Stephen Maguire 10-9 in the opening round in 2011. The final that he contested against Ronnie O’Sullivan in 2013 is widely regarded as one of the highest quality finals of all-time, with O’Sullivan ultimately prevailing an 18-12 winner.

His other appearance in a triple crown event final came in 2016 when he reached the final of the Masters for the first time, losing 10-1 again to O’Sullivan.

Hawkins has won three ranking event titles during his career to date, claiming his first after 16 years as a professional at the 2012 Australian Goldfields Open following a 9-3 victory against Peter Ebdon.

He has since added both the 2014 Players Tour Championship Finals and 2017 World Grand Prix – both held at Preston’s Guild Hall – notching five century breaks against Ryan Day in the latter to secure an impressive victory.

Hawkins is also a former winner of the Shoot Out tournament prior to its reclassification as a ranking event.

Career Honours

WST Ranking Event Titles (3)

  • 2016/17: World Grand Prix
  • 2013/14: Players Tour Championship Finals
  • 2012/13: Australian Goldfields Open

WST Minor-Ranking Event Titles (1)

  • 2015/16: Riga Open

Professional Non-Ranking Event Titles (4)

  • 2019/20: Paul Hunter Classic
  • 2011/12: Shoot Out
  • 2009/10: Pro Challenge Series – Event 5
  • 2007/08: Masters Qualifying Event