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|Born||20 August 1989|
|Nickname|| Judd 'Money' Trump|
Mr. Haircut 100
The Ace in the Pack
The Real Donald Trump
Danny the Boy
|Highest break||147 (2013 Antwerp Open)|
Judd Trump (born 20 August 1989) is an English professional snooker player from Bristol and former world number one. He enjoyed considerable success in youth tournaments before turning professional in 2005. On 3 April 2011, Trump won his first ranking title, beating Mark Selby 10–8 in the final of the China Open. Following this success in China, he reached the final of the 2011 World Snooker Championship where he was defeated by John Higgins. He then went on to win the 2011 UK Championship where he defeated Mark Allen 10–8 in the final.
In November 2012, Trump won the inaugural International Championship and in doing so became world number one, a position he held for five weeks. On 18 February 2013, he reclaimed the top spot. In July 2014, Trump won his 4th ranking title at the Australian Goldfields Open after defeating Neil Robertson 9–5.
|WPBSA | Top sixteen snooker players for the 2009/2010 Snooker Season|
1.▬ Mark Selby 2.▬ Judd Trump 3.▬ John Higgins 4.▬ Ding Junhui 5.▬ Shaun Murphy 6.▬ Marco Fu 7.▬ Barry Hawkins 8.▬ Neil Robertson 9. Stuart Bingham 10. Ronnie O'Sullivan 11. Mark Allen 12. Allister Carter 13.▬ Kyren Wilson 14.▬ Liang Wenbo 15.▬ Luca Brecel 16.▬ Ryan Day
|WPBSA world Number Ones in men's snooker|
|Ray Reardon • Cliff Thorburn • Steve Davis • Stephen Hendry • John Higgins • Mark Williams • Ronnie O'Sullivan • Neil Robertson • Mark Selby • Judd Trump • Ding Junhui|
|Current No. 1 in bold|