Wayne Cooper (snooker player)
|Born||9 June 1978|
|Highest ranking||90 (2008/2009)|
2002 Thailand Masters
|Best ranking finish||Last 96 (x5)|
Wayne Cooper (born 9 June 1978 in Bradford) is an English former professional snooker player. He first qualified for the main tour in 2001, and was a professional until Summer 2002. Cooper regained his place on the 2008/09 pro tour by finishing top of the EASB Pro Ticket Tour rankings. He won three matches during that season: in the Northern Ireland Trophy, in the Welsh Open and in the World Snooker Championship.
Cooper played in the 2020 World Seniors Championship as a replacement for Tony Drago, defeating Gary Filtness 4-2 before losing 1–4 to Michael Judge in the quarter-finals. He failed to qualify for the main 2021 World Seniors Championship after finishing second in his qualifying group to Peter Lines.
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