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Alex Borg

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June 5, 1969 (age 55) (

1991–1999, 2001/02, 2003/04, 2005–2007, 2013–2015

Highest break
135 (2003 Challenge Tour Event 2)

Best ranking finish
Wildcard round (2000 Malta Grand Prix, 2005 Malta Cup)

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Alex Borg (born June 5, 1969) is a Maltese professional snooker player.


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Borg first turned professional in 1991, and regularly appeared as a wild card in the Malta Grand Prix, where throughout the events history he managed to beat the likes of Nigel Bond and John Higgins. His best performances were reaching the semi-final in 1997 and 1998. He also competed as a wild card in the Malta Cup. However, in ranking events he hasn't had such success, his best finish being to the last 64, he has achieved this on three occasions, all in the Grand Prix. He has won the EBSA European Snooker Championships twice, the first in 2005 where he beat Kristjan Helgason 7–2 in the final, and the following year when he beat Jeff Cundy 7–5.

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In 2016, he won against Alexander Ursenbacher in Q-School Event 2 to gain a further two-year tour card.

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