Andres Petrov is first Estonian player to compete on the highest level of amateur snooker. At the age of 21 he is already 6 times Estonian Champion. In 2015 in Prague he reached his first semis in European Men’s Championship, next two years he got at least to the semis (2016 Wroclaw semis, 2017 Nicosia U-21 semis). Last year in Nicosia in men’s Europeans he reached his first main-tour-card match finishing second in the final after Chris Totten.
In 2015 Andres got his best win against number world no.31 Rod Lawler in Riga Open 1st round to achieve his first win over current professional snooker player.
Competing in IBSF World U-21 Championship in Belgium reached last 16, where lost to Lucas Kleckers.
Competed in Professional World Snooker Championship’s Qualifiers 2017 in Sheffield before losing to Liam Highfield in round one 2:10 with highest break of 95.
Was one of 16 players competing in World Games 2017 in Wroclaw, where lost in a really tough match to the top-16 player Kyren Wilson 1:3.
Highest competitive break 124
Highest practice break 147