Fastest Century Break in 3 Minutes 31 Seconds

December 1, 2017
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Tony Drago makes the fastest snooker century break in only 3 minutes 31 seconds.

Tony Drago, from Malta, holds the record for the fastest century break in a professional tournament, in an incredible three minutes 31 seconds, against John Higgins in the 1996 UK Championships.

Although Alex Higgins made the fastest century break in 2 minutes 45 seconds, but it was in a non-ranking tournament.

Also, the fastest victories in a best-of-nine-frames match (34 minutes) and best-of-17 (81 minutes) are both held by Drago, setting impressive records in these categories.

Note Tony's style and technique throughout his break. He played almost every shot with stun, cued very less before playing each shot and sent every ball right in the center of the pocked effortlessly with great speed and accuracy.

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