|birthday||17th July 1995 (age 25)|
|place of birth||Rotherham|
|Prize money||(as of August 31, 2020)|
|Highest break||132 ( German Masters 2019 , Q)|
|Century Breaks||(as of August 31, 2020)|
|Main tour successes|
|Ranking tournament victories||-|
|Minor tournament victories||-|
|Highest WRL place||80 ( August – September 2019 )|
|77 (as of August 17, 2020)|
|Ranked tournaments||Last 32 (3 ×)|
In September 2011 Ashley Carty took part in a PTC tournament for the first time , but at the tournament in Sheffield he was eliminated in the preliminary round. At the tenth PTC tournament of the 2011/12 season, he made it into the finals for the first time. There, however, he lost 4-0 to Graeme Dott from Scotland in the first round . At the Munich Open 2013 Carty lost to his compatriot Jack Lisowski in the round of 64 . In March 2013 Carty moved into the final of the U21 European Championship and lost it 6-0 to his compatriot James Cahill . Since the U21 European Championship was also a qualifying tournament for the Main Tour , he also missed a starting place for the 2013/14 season . Two months later, he made another attempt at Q School to qualify for the professional tournament series. At the third tournament he reached the final of his group and had to admit defeat to Scots Fraser Patrick 3: 4. With this he missed a professional starting place, but with the Q-School-Order-of-Merit he was able to take part in several world ranking tournaments in the following season.
At the Wuxi Classic 2013 , the first tournament of the 2013/14 season, Carty took part in a world ranking tournament for the first time and lost 4: 5 to Martin Gould in the qualifying round . His first win came in qualifying for the Australian Goldfields Open 2013 . In the first round he defeated the Chinese Lü Haotian , before he was eliminated in the second round by Michael Wasley . In his two other tournaments this season - at the Indian Open 2013 and the Haikou World Open 2014 - there were initial defeats. In July 2013 he reached the round of 16 of the U21 World Cup and lost to the Chinese Wang Zepeng . On the Players Tour Championship 2013/14 he never got past the round of 128 in any tournament. At the U21 European Championship in 2014 , he reached the semi-finals. In 2014 he was also the English U21 champion.
At the Q School 2014, Carty again narrowly missed qualifying for the Main Tour. In the first tournament he reached the semi-finals of his group, in the second tournament the final. With the Order of Merit , he was able to take part in ten of the eleven world ranking tournaments in the 2014/15 season . Only in the final tournament of the Players Tour Championship 2014/15 he could not start, because only the 32 most successful PTC players were allowed to compete there and he did not get beyond the round of 128 in any tournament of the series during this season. His first victory in the qualification of a ranking tournament this season he succeeded again at the Australian Goldfields Open , in which he was eliminated after victories against Lu Chenwei and Kyren Wilson in the third qualifying round only in the decisive frame against Mike Dunn . At the UK Championship 2014 , where all 128 participants were directly qualified, he took part in the main round of a world ranking tournament for the first time, but lost his first round match 6-0 to Barry Hawkins . At the German Masters 2015 he achieved his best result so far in a world ranking tournament. With wins against Robert Milkins and James Cahill, he qualified for the round of 32. In the main round held in Berlin , however, he lost 3: 5 against Martin Gould . At the following ranking tournament, the Welsh Open 2015 , he made it to the round of 32 and was eliminated from Marco Fu . After reaching the round of 64 at the 2015 China Open , he was eliminated in the first round of qualifying for the World Cup , in which he participated for the first time this year, with 3:10 against Jamie Jones .
At Q School 2015, Ashley Carty didn't get past the third round in either tournament. In the 2015/16 season , he was only able to take part in one world ranking tournament, the 2015 Australian Goldfields Open , in which he lost to Adam Duffy in the first qualifying round . At the U21 World Cup in 2015 he reached the quarter-finals and lost to Wang Yuchen 4-6. At the U21 European Championship 2016 he lost the semifinals against his compatriot Brandon Sargeant with 1: 5. In the Players Tour Championship , which was last played in the 2015/16 season , he did not get past the round of 128 in any tournament. In May 2016, Carty had no win at Q School. At the U21 World Cup in 2016 , he was eliminated in the round of 64 against Richard Haney .
In 2017 he took part in the Q School again and reached the group final at the second tournament . However, he lost to James Cahill 3: 4. It was also not enough in the overall ranking of both Q-School tournaments. Shortly afterwards he reached the north final of the English amateur championship , but canceled because he was allowed to take part in the Riga Masters , which was taking place at the same time . There he defeated David Grace , number 44 in the world rankings, with 4-1 and reached round 2. At the Paul Hunter Classic , he survived the amateur qualification and reached a main tournament for the second time. In 2018 he took part in the Q School for the sixth time in a row and in the third tournament he reached the play-off again. This time he defeated the Indian Himanshu Dinesh Jain 4-2 and at the age of 22 secured membership in the Main Tour for the 2018/19 and 2019/20 seasons .
|Amateur tournaments (selection)|
|Second||2013||U21 European Championship||James Cahill||0: 6|
- Profile of Ashley Carty on CueTracker (as of December 14, 2019)
- 2013 World Under-21 Championship - Men. In: cuetracker.net. Ron Florax, accessed October 10, 2016 .
- Prize Money Won by Ashley Carty in Season 2013–2014. In: cuetracker.net. Ron Florax, accessed October 10, 2016 .
- Jonathan Davies: Berlin trip gives Rotherham's Carty ideal platform to shine. In: yorkshirepost.co.uk. Yorkshire Evening Post , January 31, 2015, accessed June 10, 2015 .
- Prize Money Won by Ashley Carty in Season 2014–2015. In: cuetracker.net. Ron Florax, accessed October 10, 2016 .
- Prize Money Won by Ashley Carty in Season 2015-2016. In: cuetracker.net. Ron Florax, accessed October 10, 2016 .
- Prize Money Won by Ashley Carty in Season 2016–2017. In: cuetracker.net. Ron Florax, accessed October 10, 2016 .
- Live Streaming from the 2017 English Amateur Snooker Championship , mySnookerStats.com, June 3, 2017
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||English snooker player|
|DATE OF BIRTH||July 17, 1995|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Rotherham|