Jiahui Si

2022 WSF Champion

World Ranking

88

Money List Earnings

£21,000

One Year List Earnings

£21,000

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11/07/2002

Date of Birth

2019

Turned Pro

Right

Hand

131

WST High Break

-

Cue

Season Stats

136

Frames Played

75

Frames Won

61

Frames Lost

55.15%

Frames Won Percentage

3,261

Shots Played

23.98

Shots Per Frame

33

Breaks Over 50

4.12

50 Break Rate

4

Breaks Over 100

34

100 Break Rate

Bio

Si Jiahui first qualified for the World Snooker Tour in 2019 following his performances at Q School where he won a total of 12 matches, reaching the final round of one event.

He has twice reached the last 16 stage of a professional event, at the 2019 English Open and most recently the 2022 Turkish Masters when competing as an amateur.

He made a career-high break of 140 at the 2020 Welsh Open.

Amateur Career

During the 2021/22 season, Si enjoyed a hugely successful amateur season as he won the WSF Championship in Sheffield to secure his return to the World Snooker Tour, as well as topping the WPBSA Q Tour rankings, winning one tournament and reaching the final of another.

He also recorded several impressive victories as an amateur top up at professional events, notably a 6-5 victory against former champion Shaun Murphy at the UK Championship.