Martin O'Donnell

The MOD

2018 Shoot Out Semi-Finalist

World Ranking

56

Money List Earnings

£74,500

One Year List Earnings

£26,500

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04/06/1986

Date of Birth

2012

Turned Pro

Left

Hand

140

WST High Break

-

Cue

Season Stats

130

Frames Played

58

Frames Won

72

Frames Lost

44.62%

Frames Won Percentage

3,094

Shots Played

23.8

Shots Per Frame

32

Breaks Over 50

4.06

50 Break Rate

2

Breaks Over 100

65

100 Break Rate

Bio

England’s Martin O’Donnell established himself on the World Snooker Tour following a career-best year in 2018 which saw him reach his first ranking event semi-final at the Shoot Out, as well as the quarter-finals of a further three tournaments.

Having first turned professional for two seasons in 2012 following success at Q School, O’Donnell regained his tour card in 2015 with victory at the EBSA Play-Offs in Sheffield.

It was not until the 2018 Shoot Out that O’Donnell would enjoy his breakthrough on the circuit however as he defeated Mitchell Mann, Noppon Saengkham, Jamie Jones and Sunny Akani to reach the last four, losing to eventual champion Michael Georgiou.

The following season he reached the quarter-finals of three ranking events, most notably at the UK Championship where he defeated Ding Junhui before falling to eventual champion Ronnie O’Sullivan.

O’Donnell is also a two-time English Amateur Championship runner-up (2006 and 2012).