Stuart Bingham Poster


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Overview (2)

Born in Essex, England, UK
Nickname Ball Run

Mini Bio (1)

Stuart Bingham was born on May 21, 1976 in Essex, England. He has been married to Michelle Shabi since May 2013. They have two children.

Spouse (1)

Michelle Shabi (May 2013 - present) ( 2 children)

Trivia (17)

As an amateur, he won the 1996 IBSF World Snooker Championship.
Has compiled 275 century breaks during his career.
Three times in his career he achieved the highest break of 147.
Claimed his second ranking title at age 38 by winning the 2014 Shanghai Masters.
Joined Ken Doherty as the only two players to have won the world title at both amateur and professional level.
In 2015 won the World Championship. The British media said that Bingham "completed an astonishing transition from journeyman to king of the Crucible".
From 1 December 2015 his ranking is 2.
First entered the top 32 in the world rankings for the 2006-2007 season, and first reached the top 16 during the 2011-2012 season.
At the age of 35, he won the first ranking title of his career at the 2011 Australian Goldfields Open.
In May 2015 made his highest ranking, 2.
Has a son, Shae, born in 2011 with his wife. Also has a stepdaughter.
Was once a keen amateur golfer.
On 19 February 2017 won the Welsh Open as he defeated Judd Trump 9-8 in the final.
In the beginning of 2017 welcomed his second child, a daughter named Kim.
His intro song is 'Song 2' by Blur.
In October 2017 was found guilty of breaking World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association (WPBSA) rules on betting on matches involving himself and other players. As result has been banned from playing snooker for six months.
Runner-up at the 2019 Welsh Open. He lost 7-9 to Neil Robertson.

Personal Quotes (1)

On winning the World Championship: "Twenty years as professional - blood, sweat and tears on the road. Qualifying in places like Prestatyn and Malvern. So many family and friends have backed me. It is unbelievable. I'm world champion but I'm going to be the same person, I'll be playing in all the tournaments and hopefully I'll be a good role model as world champion. Any kids growing up wanting to play, just stick at it. Lots of hard work, practice and self-belief, things like this can happen."

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