Baipat Siripaporn

2019 World Cup Winner (Thailand)

Highest Ranking

27

WWS Debut

2017

Thai
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Bio

Thailand’s Baipat Siripaporn achieved her greatest success to date on the World Women’s Snooker Tour when she lifted the 2019 Women’s Snooker World Cup alongside compatriot Waratthanun Sukritthanes.

Baipat made her debut on the circuit back at the 2017 World Championship in Singapore, recording a succession of impressive wins against established players Suzie Opacic, So Man Yan and Laura Evans to reach the quarter-finals before losing to defending champion Reanne Evans.

Her most successful year to date would come in 2019 as she reached the semi-finals of both the World Women’s Championship and the World Women’s 6-Red Championship, again losing out to Evans on both occasions.

She was not to be denied at the World Cup competition in her country however as she formed part of the successful Thailand A team which secured six victories culminating in glory against the leading Hong Kong team in the title match.

Baipat also captured the national women’s title in Thailand with victory against Waratthanun Sukritthanes in the final, as well as sensationally reaching the final of the mixed gender equivalent competition, becoming the first woman to do so.