Liam Highfield

2017 Indian Open Quarter-Finalist

World Ranking

45

Money List Earnings

£97,250

One Year List Earnings

£7,000

English
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01/12/1990

Date of Birth

2010

Turned Pro

Left

Hand

140

WST High Break

-

Cue

Season Stats

21

Frames Played

12

Frames Won

9

Frames Lost

57.14%

Frames Won Percentage

482

Shots Played

22.95

Shots Per Frame

3

Breaks Over 50

7

50 Break Rate

0

Breaks Over 100

N/A

100 Break Rate

Bio

England’s Liam Highfield enjoyed his best run to date as a professional at the 2017 Indian Open where he reached the last eight before losing to eventual champion John Higgins.

An ever-present on tour since 2010, Highfield has regularly been ranked in or around the crucial top 64 cut-off, achieving a best position to date of 55th in October 2019.

Notable performances have included victories against Mark Selby at the 2016 English Open and his run to the last 16 of the UK Championship later that season.

In 2018, he made his debut at the televised stages of the World Championship, losing 10-5 to Mark Allen in the opening round.