Mark Anthony Selby (born 19 June 1983) is an English professional snooker and pool player. Runner up in the 2007 World Snooker Championship, he was the 2006 WEPF World Eight-ball Champion. Selby has won the Masters on three occasions, the UK Championship, the Welsh Open and the Shanghai Masters, and is a former world number one. He is an accomplished break-builder with over 330 centuries. Selby’s nickname is “the Jester from Leicester”, a name given to him by snooker compere Richard Beare.
Mark Selby Net Worth Total Income/Salary
- Date of Birth: June 19, 1983 (age 30), Leicester, United Kingdom
- Height: 1.83 m
- Nationality: English
Mark Selby Net Worth Total Income/Salary Monthly Yearly & Earning Per Day Week :-
- Net Worth : £5.5 Million
- Earnings : £1,000,000
- Players Age : 30 Year Old
- Country / Birthplace : Leicester , England
- Source of Income : Snooker
Career Earnings :-
- UK£ 1,953,582
- EU€ 101,600
- A$ 42,500
There is always one name rise when it comes to the Snooker championship’s that is Mark Selby . He is always as great as his opponents.Selby’s 2013/2014 season began with a shock 3–5 defeat to Andrew Pagett in the qualifying rounds of the 2013 Wuxi Classic.The tournament was the first to use a new format that required top-16 players to compete in qualifiers.In minor-ranking tournaments, Selby was runner-up in the Yixing Open, where he lost 1–4 to Joe Perry, and the Rotterdam Open, where he lost 3–4 to Mark Williams.He won the Antwerp Open, defeating Ronnie O’Sullivan 4–3 in the final.On 7 December 2013, in the seventh frame of his UK Championship semi-final against Ricky Walden, Selby compiled snooker’s 100th officially recognised maximum break in professional competition.He received £55,000 for the achievement, in addition to the tournament’s highest break prize of £4,000.The next day, he lost 7–10 to Neil Robertson in the final.His strength , perfection , judging the shots , angles to pocket and get the points is always challenging.Welsh Open 2008 winner he holds two records of Highest break Confident for more snooker events in 2014.