Stuart Bingham

Ball Run

2015 World Champion

World Ranking

11

Money List Earnings

£313,000

One Year List Earnings

£13,000

English
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21/05/1976

Date of Birth

1995

Turned Pro

Right

Hand

147 - 6 times

WST High Break

-

Cue

Season Stats

64

Frames Played

37

Frames Won

27

Frames Lost

57.81%

Frames Won Percentage

1,531

Shots Played

23.92

Shots Per Frame

23

Breaks Over 50

2.78

50 Break Rate

11

Breaks Over 100

5.82

100 Break Rate

Bio

Stuart Bingham achieved a lifelong dream in 2015 by defeating Shaun Murphy 18-15 to become world champion for the first time at the age of 38.

The Englishman has won six ranking event titles to date and in 2020 claimed his second triple crown success with victory at the Masters, defeating Ali Carter 10-8 in the final. Achieved at the age of 43 year and 243 days the victory saw him become the oldest ever Masters champion surpassing the previous record set by Ray Reardon.

He won his first ranking event title after 16 years as a professional at the 2011 Australian Goldfields Open, defeating Mark Williams 9-8 from 8-5 down in the final.

Early in his career he rose to prominence by defeating defending champion Stephen Hendry on his debut at the World Championship in 2000, before missing the pink on his way to what would have been the fifth 147 at the Crucible Theatre two years later.

Bingham is the only player to have won the Masters Qualifying Event twice during his career (2005 and 2006) and is one of only five players to have compiled six or more maximum breaks during the course of his career.

He reached a career-high world ranking of number two following his World Championship success, a position that he held until March 2017.

During his amateur career he won both the World and English Amateur Championship titles in 1996.

Off-Table

Away from the baize Bingham has been married to wife Michelle since 2013 and the pair have two children together.

Career Honours

WST Ranking Event Titles (6)

  • 2018/19: English Open, Gibraltar Open
  • 2016/17: Welsh Open
  • 2014/15: Shanghai Masters, World Championship
  • 2011/12: Australian Goldfields Open

WST Minor-Ranking Event Titles (4)

  • 2014/15: Haining Open
  • 2013/14: Dongguan Open
  • 2012/13: Zhangjiagang Open, Zhengzhou Open

Professional Non-Ranking Event Titles (5)

  • 2019/20: Masters
  • 2014/15: Championship League
  • 2012/13: Premier League
  • 2006/07: Masters Qualifying Event
  • 2005/06: Masters Qualifying Event