Honghao Luo

The Virtuoso

World Ranking

64

Money List Earnings

£67,500

One Year List Earnings

£9,000

Chinese
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31/01/2000

Date of Birth

2018

Turned Pro

Left

Hand

139

WST High Break

-

Cue

Season Stats

72

Frames Played

33

Frames Won

39

Frames Lost

45.83%

Frames Won Percentage

1,698

Shots Played

23.58

Shots Per Frame

17

Breaks Over 50

4.24

50 Break Rate

7

Breaks Over 100

10.29

100 Break Rate

Bio

Luo Honghao qualified to play at the televised stages of the World Championship at his first attempt in 2019, losing 10-0 to former champion Shaun Murphy at the Crucible Theatre.

The Chinese player turned professional at the start of the 2018/19 season following his victory at the World Snooker Federation Championship in Malta as an 18-year-old.

His best ranking finish to date have been quarter-final appearances at the 2018 English Open and 2019 Riga Masters, losing 5-3 to defending champion Ronnie O’Sullivan at the former.

Away from snooker, Luo is a talented pianist earning him the nickname of ‘The Virtuoso.’