See also Bond's profile in the Score Centre
|Born:||November 15, 1965, England|
|Highest pro break:||140 (Qualifying, 2004 Grand Prix)|
|Highest ranked:||5 (1996)|
|Current ranking (end of 2021/2022):||82|
|World Championship best:||Runner-up (1995)|
Nigel Bond finally won a ranking title, the 1996 British Open, in his fourth final. He has won a total of five professional titles, including the 1997 Regal Scottish Masters.
Nigel has done some amazing comebacks in his career. In the first round of the 1994 World Championship, he was 9-2 down to Cliff Thorburn, but eventually won it 10-9! The match was very long, going on until 2 am.
In the final of the 1996 British Open, John Higgins was leading 69-0 in the deciding frame. Bond got the snooker he required and went on to win the frame, the match and his first ranking title!
In 2011 he won the inaugural Caesarscasino.com Snooker Shoot-Out.
In 2012 he won the Wyldecrest Park Homes World Seniors Championship.
He retired after the 2021/2022 season.
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© Eric Whitehead
Results in ranking tournaments (94/95 - 99/00)
See Bond's profile in the Score Centre for results from 2010/2011 and onwards.
|won the event||lost his opening match|