Honghao Luo

The Virtuoso

World Ranking

64

Money List Earnings

£77,000

One Year List Earnings

£25,500

Chinese
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31/01/2000

Date of Birth

2018

Turned Pro

Left

Hand

139

WST High Break

-

Cue

Season Stats

143

Frames Played

67

Frames Won

76

Frames Lost

46.85%

Frames Won Percentage

3,294

Shots Played

23.03

Shots Per Frame

33

Breaks Over 50

4.33

50 Break Rate

10

Breaks Over 100

14.3

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.’