Michael Judge

2004 Grand Prix Semi-Finalist

World Ranking

85

Money List Earnings

£15,000

One Year List Earnings

£7,000

Irish
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12/01/1975

Date of Birth

1992

Turned Pro

Right

Hand

144

WST High Break

-

Cue

Season Stats

37

Frames Played

18

Frames Won

19

Frames Lost

48.65%

Frames Won Percentage

907

Shots Played

24.51

Shots Per Frame

5

Breaks Over 50

7.4

50 Break Rate

1

Breaks Over 100

37

100 Break Rate

Bio

Ireland’s Michael Judge achieved his best result at the 2004 Grand Prix when he defeated Mark Williams, Marcus Campbell, Marco Fu and Joe Perry to reach his first ranking event semi-final.

A former top 32 player, having peaked at 24 during the 2002/3 season, the Dubliner has qualified for the Crucible stages of the World Championship on three occasions, notably defeating former champion John Parrott in 2001, before losing out to compatriot Ken Doherty in the last 16.

At amateur level, Judge is a two-time Irish national champion and in 2019 defeated Jimmy White 4-2 to win the UK Seniors Championship in Hull.

A professional from 1992-2011, Judge secured his return to the World Snooker Tour a decade later by successfully coming through Q School.