Andy Hicks

The Cream Of Devon

Crucible Semi-Finalist

World Ranking

122

Money List Earnings

£3,000

One Year List Earnings

£3,000

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10/08/1973

Date of Birth

1991

Turned Pro

Left

Hand

147

WST High Break

-

Cue

Season Stats

81

Frames Played

25

Frames Won

56

Frames Lost

30.86%

Frames Won Percentage

1,892

Shots Played

23.36

Shots Per Frame

10

Breaks Over 50

8.1

50 Break Rate

1

Breaks Over 100

81

100 Break Rate

Bio

Andy Hicks is a six-time ranking event semi-finalist and former top 32 ranked player. He regained his professional status for the first time since 2013 by earning a two-year tour card having successfully come through Q School Event 3 in 2019.

From Tavistock, England, Hicks first turned professional in 1991 and is perhaps best known for reaching the semi-finals at each of snooker’s triple crown events during his career.

His first semi-final came at the 1993 European Open, before he repeated the feat at the Grand Prix a year later, notably toppling Steve Davis with three century breaks of 100, 115 and 109, before losing 9-8 to Dave Harold.

In 1995 he qualified for the televised stages of the World Championship for the first time, defeating six-time champion Davis, Willie Thorne and Peter Ebdon to reach the last four, ultimately losing 16-11 to Nigel Bond.

The following 1995/6 season saw him reach further semi-finals at the UK Championship and European Open, as well as the invitational Masters at the Wembley Conference Centre.

In 1997 he won the Masters qualifying event with a 9-6 victory against Welshman Paul Davies.

Career Honours

Professional Non-Ranking Event Titles (1)

  • 1997/98: Masters Qualifying Event