Jamie Jones (geboren Februar ) ist ein walisischer professionellen Snooker - Spieler von Neath. Mit 14 Jahren war er der jüngste. Das Profil von Snooker-Spieler Jamie Jones im Überblick mit Artikeln, Bildern, wichtigen Lebensdaten und Links. Year (31/5), , , , , , , , , World Rank, 47, 29, 40, 55, 38, 35, 36, 39, Stat. Prizes, Results, Pts. Category.
Jamie JonesJamie Jones (geboren Februar ) ist ein walisischer professionellen Snooker - Spieler von Neath. Mit 14 Jahren war er der jüngste. Jamie Jones ist ein walisischer Snookerspieler. Year (31/5), , , , , , , , , World Rank, 47, 29, 40, 55, 38, 35, 36, 39, Stat. Prizes, Results, Pts. Category.
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It was his first professional maximum break. In October , Jones was suspended from the snooker tour pending a match fixing investigation. In January , Jones was acquitted of match-fixing following a hearing at which he was represented by sports barrister Craig Harris.
However, he admitted to having prior knowledge of an approach to fix the aforementioned match and failed to report it, so was subsequently banned for a year himself.
Whilst his ban finished in October , due to missing out most of the —19 season , he ended the campaign outside of the top 64 and officially dropped off the tour.
Jones officially re-joined the tour two seasons later, coming through the second Q-School event of , defeating Michael Georgiou. He had come close to regaining professional status in Event 1, only losing in the penultimate round to compatriot Lee Walker, who also went on to gain a tour card.
In , Jones became the youngest-ever player to make a in an official event, making it aged 14,  a record that has since been beaten by Judd Trump.
Jones began his professional career by playing Challenge Tour in , at the time the second-level professional tour. His best result in his first season as a professional was to the last 48 of the Royal London Watches Grand Prix.
After reaching the final of Players Tour Championship — Event 5 , Jones rose to 47 in the rankings at the end of the season.
Jones made it to the quarter-finals of three Players Tour Championship events, but failed to progress further in any of them.
However, his consistent performances meant he finished 23rd in the Order of Merit and therefore qualified for the PTC Finals ,  where he reached the last 16 of a ranking event for the first time by defeating reigning World Champion John Higgins 4 frames to 3, after being 1—3 down.
This set up a match with Andrew Higginson , which he lost 3—4. Jones finished the season by qualifying for the World Championship , beating Ricky Walden 10—2 in the final qualifying round.
Following his superb run in last season's World Championship, Jones endured a difficult —13 season. He could only win three matches in ranking event qualifiers all year, with his sole appearance in the main draw coming at the Shanghai Masters.
Jones reached the first round of the Wuxi Classic , but lost 5—4 to Liang Wenbo. He qualified for five more ranking events but was beaten in the opening round of each.
In the second round he knocked out Shaun Murphy 4—3 and stated that he plays his best snooker in the televised stages of tournaments.
Jones qualified for his second World Championship by beating Adam Duffy 10—8 in the final round. After edging Mark Davis 5—4 in the opening round of the Australian Goldfields Open , Jones thrashed Mark Selby 5—1 and said that he hoped running during the off-season would give himself a better chance of winning more matches this season.
But then all people were asking me was how many matches I had thrown. Every time I would have to explain the details to them and it was driving me mad.
As time went on I came to terms with it and realised I had a choice of letting the situation destroy me, or using it to spur me on.
Jones came through qualifying at the World Championship to make it to the last eight, knocking out Shaun Murphy en route.
Dort besiegte er in der ersten Runde überraschend Shaun Murphy mit Im Achtelfinale verlor er mit gegen Kyren Wilson. Am Es wurde eine sofortige Sperre gegen ihn erlassen.
Oktober festgesetzt. Dass er selbst Spiele manipuliert hat, wurde ihm nicht vorgeworfen. Dieser Artikel behandelt den Snookerspieler.
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