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Steve Judd

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Steve Judd
Born (1968-11-06) 6 November 1968 (age 55)
Sport country England
Highest ranking74 (1994/1995)
Best ranking finishLast 32 (x2)

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Steve Judd (born 6 November 1968) is an English former professional snooker player.[1] From 1991 to 2002 he played 11 years on the main tour.


Steve Judd became the English Amateur champion in 1991 with a 13–10 win over 15-year-old Ronnie O'Sullivan. Then he took part in the professional tour from the 1991–92 season. At his first tournament, the Dubai Classic, he began with the collection under the last 96 after a 5–1 win over Barry Pinches. He achieved the same result[clarification needed] at the Asian Open, at the European Open, he still reached the last 128th Thus, he started his professional career in 16th place in the world rankings. The following year he reached the round of the last 32 in the first tournament of the Strachan Challenge. However, it was a tournament with a reduced score[clarification needed] and few top players among the participants. In a full ranked tournament, the Welsh Open, he reached the main tournament of the last 64, but then had against the world champion Stephen Hendry at 0–5 no chance. In the UK Championship and the International Open, he reached the round of the last 96, but then both times could not compete in the next qualifying round. 1993/94 he was at the International Open after a victory over Jim Wych in the main tournament. At the Thailand Open he survived the Round of 48s with a 5–1 win over the 16 world ranking David Roe and traveled to Bangkok, but then lost in the wild card round before the round of 32 Round against a local amateur. Two more times he reached the round of the last 96 in the season and thus finished in the top 128 of the ranking.

In the season 1994/95, he qualified for the main tournament only at the Grand Prix. But he reached last 96 four times, including for the first time in the World Cup. That was enough for an improvement to place 74 in the world rankings, his career high. He was eliminated eight times in the following season in the first or second round, and only in the Thailand Classic and the World Cup, did he reach as far as the last 96. He had better results in 1996/97. At the Asian Classic he recorded a victory over Matthew Stevens the round of the last 48. At the Grand Prix and the British Open, he reached the main tournament (last 64).

Career finals[edit]

Non-ranking finals: 1[edit]

Outcome No. Year Championship Opponent in the final Score
Runner-up 1. 2001 Challenge Tour - Event 1  James Reynolds (WAL) 5–6

Amateur finals: 3 (2 titles)[edit]

Outcome No. Year Championship Opponent in the final Score
Winner 1. 1991 English Amateur Championship  Ronnie O'Sullivan (ENG) 13–10
Winner 2. 2011 European Championships - Masters  Alan Trigg (UKR) 6–4
Runner-up 1. 2012 European Championships - Masters  Darren Morgan (WAL) 0–6


  1. "Steve Judd Player Profile". Retrieved 2019-06-01.

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