Julien Leclercq

2022 WPBSA Q Tour Playoff Winner

World Ranking

112

Money List Earnings

£3,000

One Year List Earnings

£3,000

Belgian
https://wpbsa.com/wp-content/uploads/flag-Belgian.png

03/02/2003

Date of Birth

2022

Turned Pro

Left

Hand

114

WST High Break

-

Cue

Season Stats

42

Frames Played

14

Frames Won

28

Frames Lost

33.33%

Frames Won Percentage

996

Shots Played

23.71

Shots Per Frame

7

Breaks Over 50

6

50 Break Rate

3

Breaks Over 100

14

100 Break Rate

Bio

Belgium’s Julien Leclercq earned a place on the World Snooker Tour for the first time at the start of the 2022/23 season following his victory at the 2022 WPBSA Q Tour Playoff.

Leclercq competed in the 2021 World Championship as an amateur qualifier, recorded a 6-5 victory against Soheil Vahedi in the opening round before losing 6-2 to Chang Bingyu.

A former finalist at the EBSA European Under-18 and Under-21 Championships in 2021, the high-scoring left-hander defeated Alfie Lee, Michael Georgiou, Harvey Chandler and finally Alex Clenshaw 5-2 at the Q Tour Playoffs to turn professional.

Leclercq previously compiled the tournament high break of 121 at the 2020 WSF Junior Open.