Joe Perry

The Gentleman

2015 Players Championship Winner

World Ranking

19

Money List Earnings

£220,000

One Year List Earnings

£3,000

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13/08/1974

Date of Birth

1992

Turned Pro

Right

Hand

145

WST High Break

-

Cue

Season Stats

21

Frames Played

11

Frames Won

10

Frames Lost

52.38%

Frames Won Percentage

545

Shots Played

25.95

Shots Per Frame

4

Breaks Over 50

5.25

50 Break Rate

2

Breaks Over 100

10.5

100 Break Rate

Bio

Joe Perry ended a 23-year wait for his first professional title at the 2015 Players Championship Grand Final by defeating Mark Williams 4-3 in Thailand.

The victory saw him earn a career-best £100,000 and followed a consistent run of form which previously saw him reach the final of the Wuxi Classic earlier in the season, as well as claiming his first minor ranking event titles at the 2013 Yixing Open and 2015 Xuzhou Open tournaments.

Perry has reached five ranking event finals in total and in 2017 defeated Stuart Bingham, Ding Junhui and Barry Hawkins – the latter 6-5 from 2-5 down – to reach the final of the Masters for the first time, losing to Ronnie O’Sullivan.

He is a former semi-finalist at both the World (2008) and UK Championship (2004 and 2005) tournaments and in December 2016 reached a career-high world ranking of number eight.

In 2004 he made a break of 145 at the World Championship, the highest of his career to date and during the same tournament he also ended the reign of defending champion Mark Williams with a 13-11 win in the last 16.

Perry is also notable for being the first winner of the Championship League in 2008, a victory which saw him qualify for the Premier League the following season.

Career Honours

WST Ranking Event Titles (1)

  • 2014/15: Players Tour Championship Finals

WST Minor-Ranking Event Titles (2)

  • 2014/15: Xuzhou Open
  • 2013/14: Yixing Open

Professional Non-Ranking Event Titles (1)

  • 2007/08: Championship League