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Top Snooker Pro Neil Robertson is the first Australian to ever win a ranking tournament. He is a formal World Champion winning the World Championship title in 2010. His game just gets better and better. His long-potting, safety play and break building have come a long way in recent years. He is one of the strongest young players in the game today. On 1 April 2010 Robertson made the first official maximum break of his career in his second round match in the 2010 China Open against Peter Ebdon, proving that he’s right up there amongst the best in the world, and now a member of the ‘147 Club’. Some have noted that his speed of play has slowed since 2010, but this has only improved his game… (read more)


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  • In-form Neil Robertson heads to Crucible full of confidence 16 Apr 2021 16:53 The Herald (Scotland) Neil Robertson is going to let everyone else worry about his form rather than how the draw might pan out as he aims to win a second World Snooker Championship title.Since the Australian lifted the sport’s biggest prize at the Crucible in 2010, he has only …
  • Neil Robertson jokes that a LLAMA was his inspiration for new curly blond hairstyle 29 Mar 2021 22:36 Daily Mail Snooker star Neil Robertson has poked fun at his wild lockdown hairstyle, joking that his llama-inspired locks were behind his £150,000 win on Sunday night. The Australian, 39, put in an impressive performance to beat Ronnie O'Sullivan 10-4 and claim …
  • Tour Championship: Neil Robertson beats Ronnie O'Sullivan to win title 28 Mar 2021 21:18 BBC Robertson is now provisionally ranked number three in the worldNeil Robertson claimed the Tour Championship with a 10-4 win as Ronnie O'Sullivan suffered his fifth ranking final defeat of the season. The Australian hit five century breaks in the final …

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