Li He-Wen

  • 9-Ball Championship: Finalist (2012 )
  • 10-Ball Cup: Quarter Finalist (2009)
  • WPM: Eighth Finalist (2007)

Li He -Wen (Chinese李 赫 文, born November 3, 1981 in Liaoning ) is a Chinese snooker player.

His international breakthrough came at the WPA 9-Ball World Championship 2006 when he ever managed to be the first Chinese player into one semi-final. There he lost to eventual winners, however 8:11 Ronato Alcano.

A year later he managed together with Fu Jian -Bo a win in the doubles tournament World Cup of Pool 2007. In the final of the inaugural tournament in 2006 they beat the Finnish duo Immonen / Juva just with 11:10. In the same year he also received an invitation to the World Pool Masters 2007, but retired in the first round.

Most recently, he was also on the WPA 10-Ball World Championship 2009 in a good performance and made ​​it to the quarterfinals, where he both German former world champion Oliver Ortmann and Ralf Souquet ausschaltete among others.