Yan Bingtao Net Worth

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Yan Bingtao’s net worth is estimated at $1 Million – $5 Million.
Yan Bingtao was born on 16 February, 2000 in Zibo, China, is a Chinese snooker player. Find out about the life of this billionaire, including Yan Bingtao’s net worth, age, family, dating life, salary, and assets.

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Age 21 years old
Zodiac Sign Aquarius
Born 16 February 2000
Birthday 16 February
Birthplace Zibo, China
Nationality China

What is Yan Bingtao’s net worth?

Yan Bingtao’s net worth has been growing in 2020-2021.Yan Bingtao is 21 years old and has a net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.

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2019

In the beginning of the 2019–20 season, Yan won his first ranking title in the Riga Masters at the age of 19. He became the youngest player to win a ranking tournament since Ding Junhui in 2006. He was also the third Chinese player to win a ranking title.

2015

Having qualified to compete on the main tour for the 2015–16 season, Yan was unable to obtain a UK Visa, and decided to dedicate the year to completing his education in China; when he resumed his career in 2016, he became the first active professional to have been born in the 2000s. He became the youngest ever Ranking event finalist at the 2017 Northern Ireland Open. He was leading Mark Williams 8–7 in the final and was one frame from winning the title, but Williams won the match 9–8.

Yan was unable to take up his entry in the first ranking tournament of the 2015/2016 season, the 2015 Australian Goldfields Open, after failing to obtain a UK Visa. He was selected for the Chinese B team in the 2015 Snooker World Cup, with Zhou Yuelong as his teammate. China B started as 50/1 outsiders but they topped their group, knocking out England in the process, and then in the knock-out stages beat Australia, Wales and Scotland in the final and pocketed a cheque for US$200,000 between them. Defeated finalist Stephen Maguire stated that he believed he had watched two future world champions. Shortly afterwards it was announced that Yan’s tour card would be deferred until the 2016/2017 season in order for him to complete his education in China and become eligible for a working visa. He did though play in the Champion of Champions for which he gained entry through his World Cup win and, on his debut in the UK, he beat Shaun Murphy 4–2, before losing 6–3 to Neil Robertson in the quarter-finals.

2014

In November 2014, Yan won the Amateur World Snooker Championship, beating Muhammad Sajjad of Pakistan 8–7 in the final. Aged 14, Yan also became the youngest winner of the event beating Zhou Yuelong, who won it aged 15 in 2013. This win earned him a two-year professional card for the 2015–16 and 2016–17 seasons.

2013

Yan began to feature in professional competitions at the start of the 2013–14 season, aged 13, in Asian Players Tour Championship events, and as a wildcard player in Chinese ranking tournaments. His first win against a professional came in his first match, against Vinnie Calabrese in the 2013 Yixing Open. He also secured wins over Stuart Bingham, Yu Delu, Barry Pinches and Liang Wenbo during the 2013/2014 and 2014–15 seasons. He reached the last 32 of the 2014 Wuxi Classic and 2014 Shanghai Masters.

Yan finished the year by winning the San Yuan Cup, an amateur Chinese competition, in Chengdu, beating Jin Long 5–4 in the final.

A trio of deciding frame wins saw Yan reach the fourth round of the Paul Hunter Classic, where he lost 4–1 to Dominic Dale. He also got to the same stage of the English Open with a 4–3 victory over Mark Allen, but again was beaten 4–1 this time by Ricky Walden. His third last 16 exit of the season came at the Northern Ireland Open as he was edged out 4–3 by Anthony Hamilton. After knocking out Liang Wenbo 6–4 in the second round of the UK Championship, Yan met World Cup partner Zhou and was defeated 6–5. Yan qualified for the German Masters by overcoming Sam Baird 5–1 and Shaun Murphy 5–4 and at the venue beat Dale 5–2 and Michael Holt 5–1 to reach the first ranking event quarter-final of his career, which he lost 5–2 to Stuart Bingham. Yan defeated world number one Mark Selby 4–1 in the third round of the Welsh Open, before being knocked out by a reversal of this scoreline to Kurt Maflin. Yan became the second youngest player to compete at the World Championship which he qualified for by beating Sam Craigie 10–8, Mark Davis 10–7 and Alexander Ursenbacher 10–4. He won his first frame at the Crucible with a century break, but was 6–3 down to Shaun Murphy after the opening session. Yan was also 9–5 behind, but won three frames in a row without Murphy potting a ball. He had a good advantage in the 18th frame, but Murphy fluked a red and then cleared the table to eliminate Yan 10–8. At the end of his debut campaign as a professional he was 56th in the world rankings, the second highest of all the players that started the year with no ranking points.

2011

In December 2011, aged only 11, Yan reached the final of the Zibo City championship. The following year, he became Shandong Provincial champion, in Qingdao.

2000

Yan Bingtao (Chinese: 颜丙涛 , born 16 February 2000) is a Chinese professional snooker player. He is the youngest player to win the Amateur World Snooker Championship; his 8–7 victory over Muhammad Sajjad in the final of the 2014 event earned him a place on the sport’s main tour.

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