A PRODUCT of the Unicorn Development Tour, Luke Humphries' passionate style and high-quality play has seen him rise to prominence as one of the sport's most exciting prospects.
Humphries' five Development Tour titles in 2017 saw him top the Order of Merit and subsequently made his Alexandra Palace debut at the 2017/18 World Championship, while also winning his Tour Card for the 2018 and 2019 campaigns.
Another strong year on the Development Tour saw the Newbury man become the first player to top the Order of Merit for two consecutive years, while his strong ProTour form saw him qualify for a second World Championship.
There, he claimed victories over Adam Hunt, Stephen Bunting and Dimitri Van den Bergh, before claiming the biggest win of his career in the last 16, ending Rob Cross' reign as World Champion, before eventually losing to Michael Smith in the quarter-finals.
Following Gary Anderson's withdrawal from the 2019 Premier League, Humphries was selected as one of nine Contenders to replace him, drawing 6-6 with Gerwyn Price in a high-quality contest in Exeter.
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