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Anthony McGill

  • Title

    2 ranking titles
  • Nationality

    Scottish
  • Turned Pro

    2010
  • Highest Tournament Break

    144
  • Location

    Glasgow
  • D.O.B

    05 February 1991
  • Money List Earnings

    £200,150
  • Nickname

    Licence To Thrill

2017/18 ResultsAnthony McGill

2017 China Championship Last 64

2017 Riga Masters Quarter-final

  • 2 Ranking event wins: 2016 Indian Open and 2017 Shoot Out
  • McGill made a significant breakthrough at the start of the 2016/17 season, winning his first ever ranking title at the Indian Open in Hyderabad. The Scot dispatched 2015 World Champion Stuart Bingham 4-0, as well as scoring wins over the likes of Stephen Maguire and Shaun Murphy on his run to the final. He faced Kyren Wilson in a match between two of snooker’s strongest up and coming talents. McGill secured the title with a 5-2 victory. He claimed his second silverware of the campaign at the one frame Shoot Out, where he defeated Xiao Guodong in the final.
  • The most impressive run of McGill’s 2015/16 campaign came at the World Championships in Sheffield. During qualifying he was pegged back from 9-5 up to 9-9 against Craig Steadman, but held his nerve to get over the line in the decider. In the last 32 McGill put in a memorable Crucible performance, compiling two century breaks on his way to a 10-8 win over 2005 World Champion Shaun Murphy. The Scot bowed out 13-9 at the last 16 stage against Marco Fu.
  • In the opening 2014/15 event, McGill enjoyed a run to the semi-finals of the Riga Open, beating Judd Trump in the last eight before a narrow 4-3 loss against Mark Allen.
  • He then drew the attention of the wider viewing public with a run to the quarter-finals of the UK Championship in York. He scored a 6-5 win over boyhood idol John Higgins then had chances to beat Ronnie O’Sullivan before bowing out in a 6-4 defeat.
  • McGill backed that run up with another fantastic performance at the 2015 World Championships. He won three matches in qualifying to reach the Crucible and beat Stephen Maguire 10-9 in the opening round. The Scot then scored a fantastic win over defending champion Mark Selby 13-9 before succumbing to a 13-8 loss against Murphy in the quarter-finals.
  • McGill has been a national champion at under-14, 16, 19 and 21 level. He was runner-up to Stuart Carrington in Junior Pot Black in 2006.

2016/17 Results

2017 World Championship Last 32

2017 China Open Last 64

2017 Players Championship Last 16

2017 Gibraltar Open Last 64

2017 Shoot Out Winner

2017 Welsh Open Last 64

2017 World Grand Prix Last 16

2017 German Masters Last 128

2016 Scottish Open Last 64

2016 UK Championship Last 64

2016 Northern Ireland Open Last 32

2016 Champion of Champions Last 16

2016 China Championship Last 16

2016 International Championship Last 64

2016 English Open Last 64

2016 European Masters Quarter-final

2016 Shanghai Masters Last 32

2016 Paul Hunter Classic Last 64

2016 World Open Quarter-final

2016 Indian Open Winner

2016 Riga Masters Quarter-final