Liang Wenbo is a former Chinese professional snooker player. Liang Wenbo rose to fame as an individual when he won the silver medal and team gold at the 2006 Asian Games. Fans of the player are inquisitive to find out the net worth of the player. Crossover99.com provides all the information you need to know about Liang Wenbo as well as his net worth.
Liang Wenbo Career
Liang Wenbo began his career in the 2004/2005 snooker season playing on the Challange Your which was the tier below the World Snooker Association Main Tour. However, Liang Wenbo had a bad outing as he finished 104 out of 168 players at the tournament.
Despite not qualifying Liang Wenbo got a wildcard nomination to the Main Your because he had won the 2005 IBSF World under-21 Championship. It was also a result of most players that were eligible for the competition did not take their places.
Liang Wenbo in his first-ranking tournament at the Grand Prix had a woeful performance as he was eliminated in the first qualifying round to Rory Mcleod. However, his second stint was better than his first at the UK Championship where he stunned Alfred Burden in the first qualifying round 9-1.
Despite his first-round performance, he was not able to get past the second qualifying round as he lost to Marcus Campbell 8-9 after a stunning performance. Liang Wenbo gained momentum in his first ranking event at the WelWh Open beating Sean Storey, Jamie Burnett, and Rory Mcleod to reach the main draw.
Liang Wenbo had several highs and lows before he eventually won his first professional title in July 2009 at home at the Beijing International Challenge where he beat world number 2 Stephen Maguire 7-6 in the final. He also reached the final of the Shanghai Masters becoming the only second Chinese player and the fourth Asian Man to reach a ranking final.
Liang wenbo's Net Worth
Liang Wenbo as of July 8, 2023, has an estimated net worth of $5 million. He has been regarded as one of the richest snooker players and has also made the list of the most popular snooker players.
However, Liang Wenbo was permanently banned from professional competition after he was found guilty of match-fixing offenses.
Liang Wenbo Career Achievements
Liang Wembo won one ranking title at the English Open in 2016. He and his team Ding Junhui won the World Cup for China twice at the 2011 and 2017 World Cups. He also reached the Tripple Crown Final at the 2015 UK championships but lost the final to Neil Robertson. Liang Wenbo had three career breaks in professional snooker competitions and had a career-high of 11th in the snooker world rankings.
Who Is Liang Wenbo Dating?
Liang Wenbo is currently married to Chen Xuejiao. The couple got married in 2012 and are blessed with one child. Chen Xuejiao keeps her life away from the public and there is not much information about her.