Robbie Williams

2013 Indian Open Semi-Finalist

World Ranking

85

Money List Earnings

£36,500

One Year List Earnings

£36,500

English
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28/12/1986

Date of Birth

2012

Turned Pro

Left

Hand

144

WST High Break

-

Cue

Season Stats

181

Frames Played

89

Frames Won

92

Frames Lost

49.17%

Frames Won Percentage

4,384

Shots Played

24.22

Shots Per Frame

47

Breaks Over 50

3.85

50 Break Rate

8

Breaks Over 100

22.63

100 Break Rate

Bio

England’s Robbie Williams has been an ever-present on the World Snooker Tour since 2012 and is a former ranking event semi-finalist.

He successfully came through Q School in 2012 to turn professional for the first time and in only his second season performed impressively to reach the semi-finals of the Indian Open, losing 4-1 to eventual champion Ding Junhui.

He has since reached the quarter-finals of the 2017 International Championship and most recently the 2020 English Open.

Wallasey’s Williams is perhaps however best known for successfully qualifying for the televised stages of the World Championship in Sheffield on three consecutive occasions from 2014-2016. His first qualification followed a deciding frame win against Fergal O’Brien which required a re-spotted black.

He achieved his career-high world ranking to date of 47 in November 2017.