Xiao Guodong

X-Factor

Two-time Ranking Finalist

World Ranking

28

Money List Earnings

£179,600

One Year List Earnings

£69,500

Chinese
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10/02/1989

Date of Birth

2007

Turned Pro

Right

Hand

143

WST High Break

-

Cue

Season Stats

283

Frames Played

155

Frames Won

128

Frames Lost

54.77%

Frames Won Percentage

7,029

Shots Played

24.84

Shots Per Frame

68

Breaks Over 50

4.16

50 Break Rate

24

Breaks Over 100

11.79

100 Break Rate

Bio

Among China’s most experienced professional players Xiao Guodong is a two-time ranking event finalist who has achieved a career-high world ranking of 19 to date.

A two-time PIOS event winner and former Asian Under-21 champion at amateur level, Xiao turned professional for a single season in 2007 before regaining his tour card two years later.

Xiao made steady progress up the world ranking list before his breakthrough came at the Shanghai Masters in 2013. There he won eight matches to contest the first all-Chinese ranking event final with Ding Junhui, who ultimately ran out a 10-6 winner.

He is also a two-time Shoot Out finalist in 2015 (invitational event) and 2017, who has reached a further three full-ranking event semi-finals.

He has qualified for the final stages of the World Championship on three occasions, notably defeating Ryan Day 10-4 in 2017 to reach the last 16 before losing 13-6 to eventual champion Mark Selby.