Neil Robertson Player Profile
Neil Robertson Stats Date of birth: 11 February, 1982 Nationality: Australia First turned professional: 1998 Highest ranking: 1 Ranking titles: 23 Triple Crown titles: 6 Crucible best: champion Masters appearances: 16 147 breaks: 5
It took Neil Robertson three attempts at turning professional before he was finally able to make it stick.
In 1998 and again in 2000, the Australian tried and failed to deliver on the Main Tour, but everything changed after winning the World Under-21 Championship in 2003.
With hardly any money to his name, Robertson gave it one final crack at the big time and never looked back.
In the two decades since, the Thunder from Down Under has triumphed in practically every notable tournament the game has to offer.
Robertson won his maiden ranking title at the 2006 Grand Prix and tasted victory in the subsequent five ranking event finals he competed in as well.
That sequence included the 2010 World Snooker Championship, when a dogged display helped him overcome former champion Graeme Dott in the title decider.
Robertson has added a brace of Masters crowns and a hat-trick of UK Championship titles to his tally since then.
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Known for his confident demeanour and a ferocious break-building ability, other memorable successes have been sealed in prestigious comps such as the Champion of Champions and the Tour Championship.
Such has been Robertson’s consistency over the years that he’s basically been an ever-present in the top four of the world rankings, with only a couple of minor dips in form.
Indeed, the Melbourne man boasts an incredible record of having collected silverware in each calendar year between 2006 and 2022.
During the 2013/14 snooker season, Robertson became the first player to compile a century of centuries in a single term – ending the year with an amazing tally of 103.
While many already acknowledge Robertson as an all-time great, there are some who still question his record at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield.
That he has been unable to add to that sole world glory from 2010 is the only stain on an otherwise spotless CV.
Ranking Event Victories
- 2006 Grand Prix
- 2007 Welsh Open
- 2008 Bahrain Championship
- 2009 Grand Prix
- 2010 World Championship
- 2010 World Open
- 2013 China Open
- 2013 Wuxi Classic
- 2013 UK Championship
- 2014 Wuxi Classic
- 2015 UK Championship
- 2016 Riga Masters
- 2017 Scottish Open
- 2018 Riga Masters
- 2019 Welsh Open
- 2019 China Open
- 2020 European Masters
- 2020 World Grand Prix
- 2020 UK Championship
- 2021 Tour Championship
- 2021 English Open
- 2022 Players Championship
- 2022 Tour Championship
Other Notable Victories
- The Masters (2012, 2022)
- Champion of Champions (2015, 2019)
- Hong Kong Masters (2017)
- Minor ranking events (2011 Warsaw Classic, 2011 Alex Higgins International Trophy, 2012 Gdynia Open, 2015 Gydnia Open)
- World Mixed Doubles (2022)
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Neil Robertson Player Profile
SHQ Stars: How it works
|Rating||SHQ Stars||Career Requirements|
|Black||★★★★★★★||multiple world champion; 30+ ranking titles; career triple crown; world no.1 (at least 3)|
|Pink||★★★★★★||world champion; 10+ ranking titles; multiple winner of triple crown events; member of top 2; 15+ seasons in top 16 (at least 3)|
|Blue||★★★★★||winner of triple crown event; 5+ ranking titles; member of top 4; 12+ seasons in top 16 (at least 2)|
|Brown||★★★★||2+ ranking titles; member of top 8; triple crown event finalist; 8+ seasons in the top 16 (at least 2)|
|Green||★★★||ranking title; member of top 16 (at least 1)|
|Yellow||★★||member of top 64|