|birthday||25th December 1991 (age 28)|
|nationality||People's Republic of China|
|Nickname (s)||Mighty Mouse|
|professional||2009–2011, since 2012/13|
|Prize money||(as of August 30, 2020)|
|Highest break||140 ( China Open 2017 )|
|Century Breaks||(as of August 30, 2020)|
|Main tour successes|
|Ranking tournament victories||-|
|Minor tournament victories||-|
|Highest WRL place||65 ( May 2016 )|
|72 (as of August 17, 2020)|
He won the ACBS Asian Under-21 Championship and qualified for the Snooker Main Tour . After a rather inconspicuous season, he managed completely surprisingly to qualify for the 2010 World Snooker Championship in Sheffield by asserting himself in the four qualifying rounds against Craig Steadman , John Parrott , Andrew Higginson and Ricky Walden . At the World Cup he was eliminated in the first round after a 9:10 against seven-time world champion Stephen Hendry .
After a disappointing 2010/11 season , he had to leave the main tour again. He made the return for the 2012/13 season . He qualified because he made it to the finals at the U21 Asian Cup in 2012, benefiting from the fact that the winner Hossein Vafaei has already qualified for the professional tour in another way and has thus moved up.
At the end of the 2013/14 season , Zhang Anda was only 77th in the world rankings , which was not enough to stay on the Main Tour. However, through the Q School , he immediately re-qualified for two more years in the first tournament .
- Profile of Zhang Anda on CueTracker (as of August 29, 2018)
- Mighty Mouse qualifier Zhang Anda gives Stephen Hendry a scare in round one thriller , article on dailymail.co.uk, accessed April 20, 2010.
|ALTERNATIVE NAMES||张 安达 (Chinese)|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||chinese snooker player|
|DATE OF BIRTH||December 25, 1991|