Steven Hallworth

World Ranking

70

Money List Earnings

£29,500

One Year List Earnings

£2,000

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01/12/1995

Date of Birth

2014

Turned Pro

Right

Hand

126

WST High Break

Three Piece

Cue

Season Stats

16

Frames Played

7

Frames Won

9

Frames Lost

43.75%

Frames Won Percentage

321

Shots Played

20.06

Shots Per Frame

5

Breaks Over 50

3.2

50 Break Rate

0

Breaks Over 100

N/A

100 Break Rate

Bio

Lincoln’s Steven Hallworth ended a four-year absence from the World Snooker Tour in August 2020 by successfully coming through Q School Event 3 with a 4-2 victory against Alfie Burden in the final round.

He achieved one of the best wins of his career today date at the 2020 English Open, a 4-3 against Steven Hallworth taking him to the third round, where he would fall to Scotland’s Anthony McGill.

A quarter-finalist at the 2017 Shoot Out while competing as an amateur, Hallworth previously turned professional for the first time in 2014 by successfully qualifying from the EBSA Play-Offs.

Hallworth first took up cue sports at the age of five having picked up a pool cue while on holiday and first came to mainstream attention in 2010 when he qualified for the final eight of the ‘Rileys Star of the Future’ event backed by Ronnie O’Sullivan.