|Born||February 25, 1982|
Yanzhou District, Jining, Shandong
|Nickname||Queen of Nine-Ball|
|2010 Guangzhou||9-ball individual|
|2006 Doha||9-ball individual|
|2006 Doha||8-ball individual|
WPBA Rookie of the Year in 2006Edit
Pan was named WPBA Rookie of the Year in 2006 and finished the season ranked #13. Pan won her first WPBA tournament at the 2007 Great Lakes Classic. Later she won the 2007 WPA World Nine-ball Championship held in Taoyuan City, Taiwan. Pan is a friendly rival of fellow Asian WPBA player Kim Ga-young; the two met in the finals of the 2007 Carolina Women's Billiard Classic, with Kim prevailing 7 to 6 in the WPBA's first all-Asian championship match. Kim and Pan finished the 2007 WPBA season ranked #2 and #3, respectively, behind perennially top-ranked Allison Fisher. Pan is also a good friend of Chinese snooker player Ding Junhui. In 2008, Pan won the BCA GenerationPool.com title on the WPBA tour, and in 2010 added a WPBA major to her resume at the Tour Championships. She went undefeated in Niagara Falls that year defeating Kim Ga-young of South Korea in the semi-finals 7–6, and Karen Corr of Northern Ireland 7–4 in the final.
Matches against Ronnie O'SullivanEdit
In November of 2018, a second exhibition match between Pan and O'Sullivan took place in China, as well. The professional 9-ball champion Pan won with 7-6 
- Du, Mingming (24 December 2013). "Ronnie O'Sullivan to meet '9-ball pool queen' in China". en.people.cn. People's Daily Online. Retrieved 9 December 2019.
- Lerner, Ted (24 September 2011). "THE QUEEN IS BACK". wpapool.com. WPBA. Retrieved 9 December 2019.
- 2007 Great Lakes Classic Results
- 2007 WPA World Nine-ball Championship results
- 2007 Carolina Women's Billiard Classic
- Ronnie O'Sullivan vs. Pan Xiaoting, Exhibition 9-Ball Match
- Pan versus O'Sullivan - a 2nd Exhibition 9-Ball Match - A selection of 1 h and 10 minutes of that match