Euan Henderson

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Euan Henderson
Born (1967-06-30) June 30, 1967 (age 52)
Melbourne, Australia
Sport country Scotland
Professional1991–2003
Highest ranking38 (1997/1998)
Career winnings£213,105[1]
Highest break145:
1992 Welsh Open (qualifying)
Century breaks45[2]
Best ranking finishRunner-up (1996 Grand Prix)

Euan Henderson is a retired Scottish professional snooker player.

Career[edit]

In his twelve-year professional career he reached only one ranking final, in the 1996 Grand Prix, albeit without beating any of the game's established leading players. His 6–3 semi-final win over the Welsh veteran Mark Bennett (who had knocked out several of the game's big names – including Chris Small, Peter Ebdon, Steve Davis and Tony Drago en route to the semi-final stage) did see him take out that tournament's in-form player. However, Mark Williams proved too strong for Henderson in the final. Henderson took the opening frame and also led 3–2 at one point, but lost 9–5 to Williams. This tournament, besides having two surprise semi-finalists in Henderson and Bennett, made headlines because many of the pre-tournament favourites (including the reigning world champion and world No.1 Stephen Hendry, Alan McManus, Peter Ebdon and Nigel Bond) were all knocked out in the first round.

In the 1994 Grand Prix competition he had his first high-profile victory, beating Jimmy White to reach the last 16.[3]

After snooker[edit]

After retiring from snooker in 2003, Henderson became a police officer.

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://cuetracker.net/Players/euan-henderson/Career-Total-Statistics
  2. ^ http://cuetracker.net/Players/euan-henderson/Career-Total-Statistics
  3. ^ "Snooker: Henderson pockets the cash: Little-known Scot records his biggest pay-day after knocking out world No 4 White". The Independent. 14 October 1994.

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