TRIPLE crown winner Judd Trump is arguably one of the finest snooker players to grace the table – and he’s back in action at the 2022 World Snooker Championship.
Mr Haircut has a total of 23 titles in his career that helped him become world champion and used to take the top spot on leaderboards.
And he made history by collecting an astronomical sum in one snooker season.
But who is Trump and what is his net worth?
Who is Judd Trump
Born on August 20, 1989, Trump was raised in Whitchurch, Bristol by his mother, Georgina, and father, Steve.
His father’s occupation was a delivery driver while his mother was a cook.
Judd, 32, has a sibling – Jack Trump, who has been prominent in his snooker career up to this point.
And he is NOT related to former US President Donald Trump.
From a young age, Trump had dreamed of becoming a professional snooker player and his parents sacrificed their livelihood to ensure Judd would fulfill that dream.
Which eventually paid off, as at the age of 14 Trump achieved England U13 and U15 champion status and reached the semi-finals of the U21 championship.
The ace then joined the Professional Tour in 2005/06 where he became the youngest player ever to qualify for the final stages of a ranking tournament at the Welsh Open.
However, Trump’s name began ringing bells when he defeated legendary snooker player Ronnie O’Sullivan 5-4 at the 2008/09 Grand Prix.
Trump hit a few stumbling blocks early in his career, but in 2011 the Englishman secured his first major win – the China Open by beating Mark Selby 10-8.
And since then, Trump has won almost everything in esports, which adds to the 800th century breaks he’s compiled SIX maximum breaks during his successful career.
What is Judd Trump’s net worth?
While Trump has racked up 23 career titles, the ace has also made big bucks during that time.
His estimated net worth is around £9million and Trump has reportedly earned over £5.2million in prize money during that time.
What is his highest earnings in a season?
In 2019, Trump broke the £1million mark in prize winnings for a snooker season.
The ace pocketed a staggering £1,093,900 after winning the Masters, Northern Ireland Open and Grand Prix.
Which put his name in the history books for the first player JE Earn more than a million in a single campaign.
His biggest cash prize came after defeating John Higgin in the Crucible final where he raised £500,000 for his troubles.
Speaking after his £500,000 win in 2019, Trump said: “I could win the first round.
If it hits my bank account, I think I might go a little wild.”
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