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Neil Robertson Profile, news and interviews from the 2010 Snooker World Champion Neil Robertson
Neil Robertson has won the Riga Masters in Latvia, beating Michael Holt 5-2 in the final. It was the first ranking event of the 2016/2017 season.
As the Kaspersky Riga Masters gets underway today in Riga, Latvia, one man looking to begin the new season in style with a win will be Leicester's world champion Mark Selby.
Michael Holt has recorded the biggest wins of his career, beating 2010 champion Neil Robertson 10-6 in the first round of the World Snooker Championship 2016 at the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield.
Ronnie O'Sullivan has won his fourth Welsh Open title in style, coming from 5-2 behind to beat Neil Robertson 9-5 in the final at the Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff.
It's that time of year again as the 16 best snooker players in the world travel to Alexandra Palace, London, for the most prestigious invitational event on the calendar, The Masters. Can defending champion Shaun Murphy dominate once again?
Neil Robertson has won his second UK Championship title, putting in a dominant performance to beat Liang Wenbo 10-5 in the final at the Barbican Centre, York.
Neil Robertson has made history, becoming the first player to make a maximum 147 break in the final of the UK Championship in York. It was the 115th maximum break in professional snooker history.
Team Scotland (John Higgins & Stephen Maguire) and Wales (Mark Williams & Michael White) have both progressed to the semifinals of the Snooker World Cup 2015 in Wuxi, China.
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Preview of the Australian Goldfields Open qualifiers at the K2 Leisure Centre in Crawley, England. Former world champions Ken Doherty, Peter Ebdon and other tops players including Martin Gould and Ali Carter are all in action next week at the qualifiers.
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It’s been another historic season for World Snooker with 50-1 shot Stuart Bingham winning the World Snooker Championship, Ronnie O’Sullivan claiming his 5th UK Championship and Shaun Murphy completing the Triple Crown at The Masters.
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32 players, 17 days, one World Champion. The eyes of the snooker world descend on the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield, to see who will win the most prestigious prize in the sport, the Betfred World Snooker Championship 2015.
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Neil Robertson has successfully defended his Wuxi Classic 2014 title in China, coming from 3-0, 5-2 and 9-8 behind to beat close friend and practice partner Joe Perry 10-9 in the first ranking tournament of the season.
Ding Junhui has matched Stephen Hendry's record of winning five ranking titles in the same season by beating world No1 Neil Robertson 10-5 to claim victory in the final of the China Open, Beijing.
Day four of the Dafabet Masters at Alexandra Palace in London and both Ricky Walden and Neil Robertson came from behind to win deciding frames in their opening round matches against Barry Hawkins and Mark Allen.
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.
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.