Fixtures

European Masters Qualifiers 02/22 19:00 8 Anthony Hamilton vs Barry Hawkins View

Results

Snooker Shoot-Out 2022 01/22 13:00 8 Barry Hawkins v Ali Carter 0-1
Snooker Shoot-Out 2022 01/21 15:00 7 Ding Junhui v Barry Hawkins CANC
Snooker Shoot-Out 2022 01/21 14:55 7 Ryan Davies v Barry Hawkins 0-1
The Masters 2022 01/16 13:10 1 Neil Robertson v Barry Hawkins 10-4
The Masters 2022 01/16 13:10 1 Neil Robertson v Barry Hawkins 10-4
The Masters 2022 01/15 19:10 2 Judd Trump v Barry Hawkins 5-6
The Masters 2022 01/14 19:05 3 Barry Hawkins v Mark Selby 6-1
The Masters 2022 01/10 19:00 7 Shaun Murphy v Barry Hawkins 2-6
Malta Cup 2021 12/15 15:01 - Judd Trump v Barry Hawkins 0-0
World Grand Prix 2021 12/14 13:00 7 Barry Hawkins v Mark Selby 1-4
Scottish Open Qualifiers 2021 12/06 10:00 14 Barry Hawkins v Pang Junxu 0-4
UK Championship 2021 12/04 19:00 2 Barry Hawkins v Zhao Xintong 1-6

Wikipedia - Barry Hawkins

Barry Hawkins (born 23 April 1979) is an English professional snooker player from Ditton, Kent. He turned professional in 1996, but only rose to prominence in the 2004–05 snooker season, when he reached the last 16 of the 2004 UK Championship, the quarter-finals of the 2004 British Open and the semi-finals of the 2005 Welsh Open. He has now spent twelve successive seasons ranked inside the top 32. Hawkins reached his first ranking final and won his first ranking title at the 2012 Australian Goldfields Open.

Hawkins has played in the televised stages of every World Championship since he made his Crucible Theatre debut in 2006. He lost in the first round on his first five appearances, but reached the second round in 2011 and 2012. Rated an 80–1 outsider for the 2013 World Snooker Championship before the tournament began, he defeated opponents including world number 1 Mark Selby and top Chinese player Ding Junhui to reach the final, which he lost to defending champion Ronnie O'Sullivan. Hawkins has since reached the semi-finals of the World Championship in 2014, 2015, 2017 and 2018, and he was runner-up in the Masters in 2016 and 2022.