Mark Joyce

2019 Riga Masters Finalist

World Ranking

60

Money List Earnings

£73,000

One Year List Earnings

£21,500

English
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11/08/1983

Date of Birth

2006

Turned Pro

Right

Hand

143

WST High Break

-

Cue

Season Stats

118

Frames Played

48

Frames Won

70

Frames Lost

40.68%

Frames Won Percentage

2,900

Shots Played

24.58

Shots Per Frame

25

Breaks Over 50

4.72

50 Break Rate

1

Breaks Over 100

118

100 Break Rate

Bio

Mark Joyce reached his first ranking event final after 13 years as a professional at the 2019 Riga Masters, losing 5-2 to Yan Bingtao.

The Englishman previously reached the quarter-finals of six ranking events, notably the UK Championship both in 2010 and 2017.

In November 2014 he rose to his career-high ranking to date of 29th position and in April 2021 qualified for the Crucible stages of the World Championship for the first time at the 18th attempt, losing to defending champion Ronnie O’Sullivan.

He is a former finalist at the Masters qualifying event in 2008 losing to Judd Trump and at amateur level captured both the English Amateur Championship (2006) and European Under-19 Championship (2001) prior to turning professional.