Sean Maddocks

World Ranking

114

Money List Earnings

£0

One Year List Earnings

£0

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10/04/2002

Date of Birth

2020

Turned Pro

Left

Hand

WST High Break

-

Cue

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50 Break Rate

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Bio

Liverpudlian Sean Maddocks turned professional for the first time at the start of the 2020/21 season following his run to the final of the 2020 WSF Junior Open.

The youngster previously reached the final round of Q School Event One in 2019, losing to experienced compatriot David Lilley, and also reached the final of the 2020 European Under-18s Championship, only to be thwarted by Ireland’s Aaron Hill.

In 2018 he was officially recognised by Guinness World Records as the youngest player to score a competitive maximum break. He compiled the break against Jake Nicholson aged just 15 years and 90 days at the LITEtask Pro-Am Series on 9 July 2017.