Player Profile

Jamie Cope

NameDate of Birth Country
Jamie Cope12-09-1985England


2014/2015 season
Cope qualified for the Wuxi Classic for the third year in a row, but was beaten 5–3 by Michael White in the first round.He lost 6–4 to John Higgins in the second round of the UK Championship and was edged out 4–3 by Neil Robertson in the third round of the Welsh Open.Cope's second last 32 appearance in a ranking event this season was at the Indian Open after defeating Fraser Patrick, but he lost 4–2 to Higgins.His year finished with a 10–9 loss on the final black to Steve Davis in the first round of World Championship qualifying.This result meant that Cope fell out of the top 64 of the season-end world rankings, however he saved his tour place thanks to his 44th position on the European Order of Merit which earned him a fresh two-year tour card.

2015/2016 season
Cope won four matches to qualify for the 2015 Shanghai Masters and then progressed through a wildcard match once in China. In the first round of the event, Cope secured his best win in a number of years by holding on from 3–0 ahead of world number four Neil Robertson to edge it 5–4.He was 3–0 behind Mark Williams in the second round and could not recover as he was defeated 5–3.He also qualified for the International Championship, but lost 6–4 to Kyren Wilson in the opening round.Cope came from 4–1 down to Rory McLeod in the first round of the UK Championship to win 6–5, but was whitewashed 6–0 by Stephen Maguire in the second round.He also failed to win a frame in the opening round of the Welsh Open as Ben Woollaston saw him off 4–0.

2016/2017 season
An extremely quiet season saw Cope reach the last 64 of five events, but he was unable to go any further in any of them.He ended the season at world number 76, outside the top 64 in the world rankings and will play in Q School to try and stay on the snooker tour.

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