Farhan Mirza

Farhan Mirza was born on 16 February 1975, he started is carrier like any other youngster in Pakistan playing in the street game shops. Snooker as a hobby ultimately became his passion. He is internationally notable native Pakistan amateur snooker player, who now lives in Sweden .


This young men from Lahore participated and won various major events in Pakistan including Pakistan Junior open titles and Pakistan senior open titles. Currently he is residing in Sweden , he is known for his stylish cue work & has a highest break of 142, he started off at the age of 14 & came into prominence by winning Pakistan junior open at the age of 15, this was followed by 8 more Pakistan junior open titles;which is a national record for the most junior Pakistan open titles. He won 1st of his 3 Pakistan senior open titles in the year ’94. after winning 2 junior Asian open championships Farhan Mirza finally reached his prime in the year ’99 by winning the senior Asian Championship & Asia Oceana Championship.


he also Qualified to take part in the Professional circuit in England, but due to his sudden ail meant in England couldn’t continue in that event

He showed pretty decent performances in numerous European championships. He featured in before moving to Sweden in the year 2003. He became Sweden national champion in the year 2005 this was followed by a runner up position at polish open in the year 2007, These days he is running Sweden snooker academy & makes occasional appearances in snooker tournaments.

Born 16 February 1975 (age 40)
Lahore Pakistan
 Country Pakistan 1993-2001Sweden 2002-Present
Nickname N/A
Professional (1997-2001)(2014-2015)
Highest ranking 3 (IBSF)
Current Ranking N/A
Career winnings Pro GBP 86,575
Highest break 147 (Europion Championship)
Century breaks N/A

Achievments

  • Pakistan National Junior Champion  (7 Times)
  • Pakistan National Senior Champion (4 Times)
  • Asian Oceania Champion (1998)
  • Asian Champion (1999)
  • Asian Championship Runner up (2000)
  • Asian Junior Runner up (2 Times) (1993,1994)
  • Semi Finalist IBSF world snooker championship
  • Semi Finalist Asian championship ( 2 Times)
  • (1st Pakistani to qualify in the main tour of Professional circuit)

  • Swedish National Champion (6 TIMES)
  • Swedish National Events Champion (16 Times)
  • Polish Open Runner Up (2007)
  • Semi Finalist Riga open
  • Semi Finalist Europion Championship (2005) 

Current Swedish No: 1


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