Luca Brecel is a Belgian professional snooker player know all about him in this article as like Luca Brecel Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children, Education and Age
Luca Brecel Biography
|Birthdate||8 March 1995|
|Age (as of 2021)||26 years|
|Place of Birth||Dilsen-Stokkem, Belgium|
|Marital Status||In Relationship|
|Parents||Carlo Brecel, Mirella Brecel|
|Profession||Belgian snooker player|
Luca Brecel is a Belgian professional snooker player. He won the European Under-19 title at the age of 14 and is the youngest player to play at the Crucible Theatre after qualifying for the 2012 World Championship aged 17. In 2017, Brecel became the first player from mainland Europe to win a ranking event by defeating Shaun Murphy in the final of the China Championship.
Luca Brecel Family
Luca Brecel was Born on 8 March 1995.He was just 14 when he was announced the youngest European Under-19 champion. Moreover, he is the youngest player to qualify in the 2012 World Championship.As of today’s date, Luca has made a total of 154-century breaks. Reportedly, he was one of the eight players to participate in the Power Snooker tournament in October 2012.
Luca Brecel Wife, Is Luca Brecel Married
Luca Brecel is in relationship with girlfriend Gaelle Dept. The snooker star is open about his personal life and often shares images of himself and his wife on social media. No posts, however, have ever confirmed that the couple is married. Luca and his girlfriend have been photographed together in a number of locations, so we presume they are in a happy relationship.
Luca Brecel Net Worth
Luca Brecel is a Belgian professional snooker player has an estimated Net Worth around $4Million in 2022. Throughout his career, he won several events. As a result, he most likely collected thousands of dollars in cash prizes from all of the championships he had competed in.
|Net Worth ( 2021 )||$4 Million|
|Income Source||Belgian snooker player|
|Yearly Income / Salary||Under Review|
Brecel became a professional snooker player in June 2011, beating Anthony Hamilton in his first official professional match. By August 2011, he was ranked 87 on the Snooker world rankings, as second Belgian after Bjorn Haneveer, then ranked 65. In January 2012, he made his first 147 break in an amateur tournament.
Brecel played in all 12 of the minor-ranking Players Tour Championship events throughout the season, with his best finishes coming in Event 2, Event 8 and Event 9, where he reached the last 32 each time. He finished 69th on the Order of Merit.Brecel became the youngest ever player to qualify for the World Snooker Championship in 2012, after defeating Ian McCulloch, Barry Pinches, Michael Holt and Mark King.
In doing so he broke the record of Stephen Hendry from 1986, as he was almost 2 months older than Brecel. He also became one of five players to qualify for the tournament under 18 years of age and played in his first ranking event main draw,but lost 5–10 in the first round against Stephen Maguire.
Brecel won his first ranking title, the China Championship in August 2017. He defeated Jimmy Robertson, Marco Fu, and Mike Dunn, before defeating Ronnie O’Sullivan 5–4 in the quarter-finals after being 1–4 down. He then defeated Li Hang 6–5 in the semi-finals, before defeating Shaun Murphy 10–5 in the final. His victory propelled him into the top 16 of the rankings for the first time.
In the 2018 Northern Ireland Open, Brecel lost in the last 16 to the eventual tournament winner Judd Trump. He also reached the last 16 in the 2019 Snooker Shoot Out and the semi-finals of the non-ranking 2018 Six-red World Championship and the China Open. In the 2019 World Snooker Championship, he lost 10–9 in the first round to Gary Wilson, with the deciding frame lasting a record 79 minutes and 31 seconds. He finished this season with the same ranking (15) as he had at the start of it.
Brecel’s best result in a ranking tournament in this season was an appearance in the Last 16 in the Welsh Open, in which he lost 4–3 to John Higgins. During this season he dropped out of the top 32. In June 2020, he won the non-ranking Championship League, beating Stuart Bingham in the final group and drawing against Ryan Day and Ben Woollaston.