Liang Wenbo

Liang Wenbo

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Liang Wenbo (, pinyin: Liáng Wénbó ; born 5 March 1987 in Zhaodong, Suihua, Heilongjiang) is a Chinese professional snooker player. He is left-handed and ranked as China's number 2 player, after Ding Junhui. Liang is based at the World Snooker Academy in Sheffield, England, United Kingdom.


As an amateur, Liang's major feats were as follows:

Liang built on the positive start to his snooker career, winning an individual silver medal and a team gold medal at the 2006 Asian Games.


During the 2004/05 snooker season, Liang took part in the Challenge Tour, the tier below the World Snooker Association Main Tour. He finished a lowly 104th out of 168 competitors, having only accumulated 2150 points.


Despite not qualifying for the main snooker tour directly, Liang received a wildcard nomination to the main tour; this was because he won the 2005 IBSF World Under-21 Championship and because not all the players that were eligible for the main tour took their places.<ref...
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