Jak Jones reached the quarter-finals of a ranking event for the first time at the 2020 English Open, ultimately losing out to Scotland’s John Higgins.
He has reached the last 16 of a ranking event on four further occasions, most notably at the 2019 International Championship where he defeated three-time world champion Mark Williams in the second round.
From Cwmbran, the Welshman first turned professional as a 16-year-old following his victory at the 2010 EBSA European Under-19 Championship.
In 2013 he regained his card through the EBSA Qualifying Tour play-offs and again in 2016 after defeating Jamie Clarke 7-4 to win the European Championship in Poland.
Most recently in 2018 he retained his tour place by successfully coming through Q School Event One.