Andy Lee (snooker player)
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27 November 1980 |
|Sport country|| England (former)
|Highest ranking||83 (2008/2009)|
|Highest break||130 (2007 PIOS - Event 5)|
|Best ranking finish||2008 Shanghai Masters and Royal London Watches Grand Prix last 64|
Andy Lee (born 27 November 1980) is an English and Hong Kong professional snooker player, born 27 November 1980. He has qualified for the main tour for the 2008/2009 season by beating Adam Duffy 6–3 in the 2008 English Pro Ticket Tour Play-offs. This season he managed to reach the last 64 of the Royal London Watches Grand Prix, beating seasoned pro Barry Pinches in the process.
Lee was born in the United Kingdom, to parents who were emigrated from Hong Kong to the UK in 1975. His father was a Hong Kong policeman.
- "CueTracker - Career Total Statistics For Andy Lee - Professional Results - Snooker Results & Statistics". Cuetracker.net. Retrieved 21 September 2017.
- Andy Lee at CueTracker: Snooker Results & Statistics Database
- Profile on Pro Snooker Blog
- Profile on World Snooker[permanent dead link]
- Profile on the Global Snooker Centre
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