Anthony McGill

The Glaswegian Gladiator

Two Ranking Titles

World Ranking

39

Money List Earnings

£142,500

One Year List Earnings

£56,500

Scottish
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05/02/1991

Date of Birth

2010

Turned Pro

Right

Hand

144

WST High Break

-

Cue

Season Stats

258

Frames Played

140

Frames Won

118

Frames Lost

54.26%

Frames Won Percentage

6,264

Shots Played

24.28

Shots Per Frame

75

Breaks Over 50

3.44

50 Break Rate

11

Breaks Over 100

23.45

100 Break Rate

Bio

Scotland’s Anthony McGill is a two-time ranking event champion who achieved a career-high ranking to date of number 13 during the 2017/18 season.

Victories at the Indian Open and Shoot Out tournaments during the 2016/17 season represent high points of a professional career which began in 2010 following his graduation from snooker’s secondary tour the PIOS.

Perhaps his most famous run however came at the 2015 World Championship. There, having won three matches to qualify to play at the Crucible Theatre for the first time, he then defeated Stephen Maguire and defending champion Mark Selby to reach the quarter-finals before losing 13-8 to Shaun Murphy.

McGill has twice made it back to the last 16 in Sheffield, most recently in 2018 losing to Ding Junhui. He also lost to Ding in his first professional final six years previously at the Ravenscraig Open.

Prior to turning professional McGill had enjoyed a successful junior career, twice reaching the final of the EBSA European Under-19 Championship (2008 & 2010), as well as the final of Junior Pot Black in 2006.

He made his first century break at the age of 10 and was national champion at several age groups including under-14, under-16 and under-19.

Career Honours

WST Ranking Event Titles (2)

  • 2016/17: Indian Open, Shoot Out