Neil Robertson has won the UK Championship for the first time and becomes the first overseas player to win snooker's prestigious 'Triple Crown' of tournaments. He beat Mark Selby 10-7 to lift the trophy at the Barbican Centre, York.
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Neil Robertson is through to his first UK Championship final after winning a thrilling semi-final again Stuart Bingham, who fought from 8-3 back to level the match at 8-8, only for the Australian to win 9-8.
Mark Davis has won a Six-Red World Championship title for the second straight year and the third time in his career, beating Neil Robertson 8-4 in the final at the Montien Hotel in Bangkok.
Hong Kong's Marco Fu has won only the second world snooker ranking title of his long career, by beating home favourite and world no.1 Neil Robertson 9-6 to win the Australian Goldfields Open 2013 in Bendigo.
Neil Robertson has become the first player to win consecutive ranking events in China by coming from 5-2 down and winning six frames in a row to ultimately see off John Higgins 10-7 in a thrilling final at the Wuxi Classic.
John Higgins has won the first trophy of the 2013/2014 professional snooker season by coming from a frame down to beat Neil Robertson 4-1 in the final of the Victoria Bulgarian Open in front of a packed crowd in Sofia.
Yet another shock today at the Betfair World Snooker Championship 2013 at the Crucible, as Gloucester's Robert Milkins came from 5-4 down to beat former world champion Neil Robertson 10-8. Stuart Bingham also impressed in his match against newcomer Sam Baird.
The Northern Irish duo of Mark Allen & Joe Swail both made it through their matches on the first day of action at the Dafabet PTC Grand Finals 2013 in Galway, Ireland.
It's an unlikely final for tomorrow's conclusion of the Betfair German Masters at the Berlin Tempodrom, as Ali Carter takes on Marco Fu. Neither player has won a major professional snooker tournament in several years.
After a terrific week of snooker in what has to be the best tournament of the season so far, the Betfair Masters final takes place at Alexandra Palace today as defending champion Neil Robertson and World No. 1 Mark Selby vie for the £175,000 top prize.
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