Hang Li

Two-time Ranking Semi-Finalist

World Ranking

64

Money List Earnings

£65,000

One Year List Earnings

£15,500

Chinese
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04/10/1990

Date of Birth

2008

Turned Pro

Right

Hand

145

WST High Break

-

Cue

Season Stats

78

Frames Played

43

Frames Won

35

Frames Lost

55.13%

Frames Won Percentage

1,804

Shots Played

23.13

Shots Per Frame

25

Breaks Over 50

3.12

50 Break Rate

7

Breaks Over 100

11.14

100 Break Rate

Bio

Li Hang is a former two-time ranking event semi-finalist who has been an ever-present on the World Snooker Tour since the start of the 2013/14 season.

The Chinese player first turned professional in 2008 for two seasons, before regaining his tour card through the Asian Order of Merit in 2013.

It was not until the 2017/18 campaign however when he would show notable improvement, reaching the semi-finals of the China Championship in Guangzhou with victories against Neil Robertson and Mark Williams, as well as reaching a further three ranking event quarter-finals over the following two years.

He reached his second ranking event semi-final at the 2020 Scottish Open, notably defeating world number one Judd Trump, before losing to Ronnie O’Sullivan.

In 2019 he qualified for the televised stages of the World Championship at the Crucible Theatre for the first time, losing to former finalist Barry Hawkins.