Judd Trump has today made his third career maximum break at the 2017 China Open in Beijing.
The 147 came during the fifth frame of his last 16 match against Tian Pengfei and is his first since his perfect break against Mark Selby back at the German Masters in 2015. He moves into line to claim the £30,000 rolling 147 prize, which has accumulated since Tom Ford’s maximum at the German Masters in February.
The break was officiated by Sheffield’s Brendan Moore, who has now refereed six maximum breaks in total.
Trump’s 147 is the 130th maximum break in professional competition, check out the full list here.