Ben Hancorn

2022 Gibraltar Open Quarter-Finalist

World Ranking

88

Money List Earnings

£25,000

One Year List Earnings

£15,000

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24/05/1982

Date of Birth

2020

Turned Pro

Right

Hand

130

WST High Break

-

Cue

Season Stats

133

Frames Played

63

Frames Won

70

Frames Lost

47.37%

Frames Won Percentage

3,282

Shots Played

24.68

Shots Per Frame

33

Breaks Over 50

4.03

50 Break Rate

5

Breaks Over 100

26.6

100 Break Rate

Bio

Ben Hancorn reached his maiden ranking event quarter-final at the 2022 Gibraltar Open following victories against James Cahill, Thepchaiya Un-Nooh, Michael White and Ben Woollaston, before losing to eventual champion Robert Milkins.

The Bristolian achieved a dream by qualifying for the World Snooker Tour for the first time at 38-years-old through Q School in August 2020. He defeated Dean Reynolds, Chen Feilong and Kuldesh Johal for the loss of just three frames to turn professional.

Earlier in 2020, Hancorn also achieved success at national level as he became the 100th player win the EPSB English Amateur Championship following a 5-3 success against Rory McLeod at the Centaur in Cheltenham.

Hancorn is also the brother-in-law of former professional Andrew Norman.