Mike Dunn

2014 China Open Semi-Finalist

World Ranking

75

Money List Earnings

£49,250

One Year List Earnings

£15,750

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20/11/1971

Date of Birth

1991

Turned Pro

Right

Hand

147

WST High Break

-

Cue

Season Stats

112

Frames Played

42

Frames Won

70

Frames Lost

37.50%

Frames Won Percentage

2,640

Shots Played

23.57

Shots Per Frame

13

Breaks Over 50

8.62

50 Break Rate

1

Breaks Over 100

112

100 Break Rate

Bio

Redcar’s Mike Dunn is a long-time professional snooker player of almost 30 years who was elected to the board as a WPBSA Player Director in December 2019.

Mike’s best performance at a world ranking event came at the 2014 China Open where he defeated Peter Lines, Tian Pengfei, Craig Steadman and most notably world number one Mark Selby to reach the semi-finals of a ranking event for the first time. Although he would lose out to home favourite Ding Junhui, his run was enough to see him retain his place on the main tour and earn him a career-best £21,000 prize.

Other highlights include quarter-final runs at the 2016 Players Championship and the 2017 Northern Ireland Open, while he also qualified to play at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield by reaching the last 32 of the World Championship in 2002.

He also made the first maximum break of his professional career at the 2012 German Masters qualifiers and peaked at number 32 in the world rankings in 2010.