Mark James Williams (Snooker), MBE is a Welsh professional snooker player has a Net Worth of $6 Million know all about Mark Williams Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children, Age and Career Earnings
Mark Williams Biography
|Birthdate||21 March 1975|
|Age (as of 2022)||Cwm, United Kingdom|
|Nick Name||The Welsh Potting Machine|
|Place of Birth||Cwm, United Kingdom|
|Spouse/Partner||Joanne Dent (m. 2011)|
|Mother||Name not Known|
|Father||Name not Known|
|Profession||Welsh snooker player|
Mark James Williams, MBE is a Welsh professional snooker player who is a three-time World Champion, winning in 2000, 2003, and 2018.Often noted for his single-ball long potting ability, Williams has earned the nickname “The Welsh Potting Machine”.The first left-handed player to win the World Championship,Williams has won 24 ranking tournaments overall, including two UK Championships (1999 and 2002), making him fifth on the all-time list. He has also won the Masters on two occasions (1998 and 2003).Williams has compiled over 500 century breaks during his career, as well as two maximum breaks in competition.
Mark Williams Family and Parents
Williams was born in Cwm, near Ebbw Vale,in the Welsh county borough of Blaenau Gwent. He started playing snooker at an early age and won his first junior event when he was eleven years old; it was then that he realised that he wanted to pursue a career as a snooker player.He scored his first century break when he was thirteen, and had achieved his first 147 break by the time he was eighteen.As a schoolboy, he was also a promising amateur boxer, remaining undefeated in twelve fights. He was encouraged to play snooker by his father Dilwyn, who was a coal miner. At the age of fifteen, Mark did a 12-hour shift down the mines.
Mark Williams Wife,Is Mark Williams Married
Mark Williams is happily Married with wife Joanne.Williams and his wife Joanne have three sons: Connor (born April 2004),Kian (born 2007)and Joel (born 2014).
Mark Williams Net Worth
How much is Mark Williams worth? Mark James Williams, MBE is a Welsh professional snooker player has an estimated Net Worth around $6 Million in 2022. All earnings comes from his playing career.
|Net Worth ( 2022 )||$6 Million|
|Income Source||Welsh snooker player|
|Income / Salary||Under Review|
Mark Williams Professional Career
Williams turned professional in 1992 and finished his first season ranked 119th; three years later, he was ranked in the world’s top 16 for the 1996–97 season. His first ranking tournament win came in January 1996, when he won the 1996 Welsh Open title, beating John Parrott 9–3 in the final.After failing to qualify for the 1996 World Championship, he won the first ranking event of the new season in October 1996, the Grand Prix, beating surprise finalist Euan Henderson 9–5.
The 1999–00 season was a very successful one for Williams who won the 1999 UK Championship and the World Championship. These results, along with another ranking title and three runner-up positions, allowed him to capture the world number one position for the first time. In the World Championship final he came from 7–13 behind his fellow countryman Matthew Stevens to eventually win 18–16. He also produced a notable comeback in his semi-final match against John Higgins, coming from 10 to 14 down to win 17–15.
The following season, he lost in the first round of the 2004 UK Championship to Fergal O’Brien,a match which ended his record run of 48 tournaments in which he had won his first match.His defence at the 2004 World Championship started with a 10–7 win over Dominic Dale, but he lost 11–13 in the second round to Joe Perry, and he endured a run of poor form over the 2004–05 season, dropping to ninth in the world rankings for the 2005–06 season.
On 2 September 2006, Williams won the Pot Black trophy, after compiling a century break (119) in the final against John Higgins.However, Williams had perhaps the worst season of his career in 2006–07, losing his first match in a string of tournaments , but he retained his top 16 place, mainly through the ranking points he had earned the previous season.
Williams opened the season by winning the first event of the Players Tour Championship by defeating Stephen Maguire 4–0 in the final, a new addition to the snooker calendar introduced by Barry Hearn, a series of events that Williams has supported.Williams finished 6th on the Players Tour Championship Order of Merit.
At the World Cup Williams was partnered with Matthew Stevens to represent Wales, and they reached the semi-finals, losing 1–4 against China.Williams then reached the final of the Australian Goldfields Open, but lost 8–9 against Stuart Bingham, after leading 8–5 at one point of the match.Williams also lost from a winning position in the final of the next major ranking event, the Shanghai Masters.Williams ended the season ranked world number 3.It was revealed by World Snooker that Williams had been fined a total of £4,000 for his comments made before the World Championship.
Williams began the 2019–20 season positioned third in the world rankings. In early September, he reached the semi-finals of the Six-red World Championship, where he lost 5–7 to John Higgins.He later reached the final of the China Championship; having been 5–9 behind to Shaun Murphy, Williams won four frames to force a deciding frame, which he lost.
During the UK Championship, Williams commented on Twitter that he was not enjoying snooker, before losing 2–6 to Michael White in the second round.He decided not to travel to China to defend his World Open title, and also opted not to play in any of the Home Nations Series tournaments, but he still ended 2019 as world number two.