Sanderson Lam

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Name Date of Birth Country
Sanderson Lam 26-11-1994 England
Name – Sanderson Lam (26.11.1994)
Highest Ranking – 87
Current Ranking – 93 (31.10.2016)
Highest Break – 137 (2013 Q School –Event 2)
Century Breaks – 6
Sanderson Lam (born 28 January 1994) is a professional English snooker player.
Career
In 2011 Lam started to take part in the Players Tour Championship, a tournament series for professionals and amateurs. In the first three tournaments in England, he lost the first match in each case, but the Hunter Cup in Fürth he secured two victories in the qualifying rounds and played Mark Williams where he was defeated 4–0. Over the next year, he participated in a further four tournaments. Following the end of the season he entered Q School where he reached the semifinals of his group before losing to Elliot Slessor who went on to secure qualification for the main tour.
In the 2014/2015 season he was able to improve in the PTC tournaments and succeeded in qualifying for the EBSA Qualifying Tour play-offs. There he was able to prevail among the 16 participants, and win one of the two main tour places after defeating TJ Dowling 4–2 in the final round. As a result, Lam was given a two-year card on the professional World Snooker Tour for the 2015/2016 and2016/2017 seasons. Lam defeated David Morris 6–3 to qualify for the International Championship. On his venue stage ranking event debut he thrashed Michael Wild 6–0, but then failed to pick up a frame himself in the second round against Zhou Yuelong. Lam lost all eight matches he played after this.