Noppon Saengkham

Two-time Ranking Semi-Finalist

World Ranking

38

Money List Earnings

£105,500

One Year List Earnings

£8,000

Thai
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15/07/1992

Date of Birth

2010

Turned Pro

Right

Hand

147

WST High Break

-

Cue

Season Stats

31

Frames Played

19

Frames Won

12

Frames Lost

61.29%

Frames Won Percentage

759

Shots Played

24.48

Shots Per Frame

8

Breaks Over 50

3.88

50 Break Rate

2

Breaks Over 100

15.5

100 Break Rate

Bio

Noppon Saengkham has been an ever-present on the World Snooker Tour since 2013 and has twice reached the semi-finals of a full-ranking event.

A former winner of the World Under-21 Championship in 2009, Saengkham turned professional for a single season before regaining his place four years later with victory at the Asian Under-21 Championship.

His best results as a professional to date came in 2018 when he reached the last four of both the Welsh Open and the World Open, narrowly losing out on both occasions to Barry Hawkins and Mark Williams respectively.

He also notably became only the third Thai player (after James Wattana and Dechawat Poomjaeng) to reach the last 16 of the World Championship in 2020, defeating former champion Shaun Murphy 10-4 at the Crucible Theatre, before losing 13-12 to three-time winner Mark Selby.

In 2019, he made his first maximum break against Mark Selby at the Welsh Open in Cardiff.