Daniel Wells

World Ranking

57

Money List Earnings

£83,750

One Year List Earnings

£0

Welsh
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31/07/1988

Date of Birth

2008

Turned Pro

Left

Hand

141

WST High Break

-

Cue

Season Stats

5

Frames Played

1

Frames Won

4

Frames Lost

N/A

Frames Won Percentage

113

Shots Played

N/A

Shots Per Frame

1

Breaks Over 50

5

50 Break Rate

0

Breaks Over 100

N/A

100 Break Rate

Bio

Daniel Wells reached his maiden ranking event semi-final at the 2018 Scottish Open a decade after he first turned professional.

Having received a first-round walkover against Ronnie O’Sullivan, the Welshman took full advantage by defeating David Gilbert, Mark Joyce and compatriots Matthew Stevens and Ryan Day to reach the last four, ultimately losing out to Mark Allen in a deciding-frame.

Prior to his run in Glasgow, Wells’ previous best finish came at the 2018 Paul Hunter Classic where he reached the quarter-finals.

Wells is one of a number of players from Neath in South Wales to have turned professional, alongside the likes of Michael White and Jamie Jones.

A former recipient of the Paul Hunter Scholarship, Wells has twice come through Q School (2012 and 2015) to regain his place on the World Snooker Tour. In 2011 he won the EBSA European Championship defeating Ireland’s Vincent Muldoon 7-4.