Australian professional snooker player, 2010 world champion, twice UK champion, 2012 Masters champion
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Neil Robertson is an Australian professional snooker player. He made his first breakthrough into the top professional ranks in the 2006–07 season. He won the 2010 World Championship and was the world number one later in the same year, a ranking that he attained again in 2013 and 2014. On 10 November, Neil Robertson won the 2019 Champion of Champions tournament for the second time in his career.
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Selby beats Robertson to reach last four of WorldsThree-time champion Mark Selby reaches the World Championship semi-finals with an emphatic victory over Neil Robertson.
Robertson and Wilson reach quarters at CrucibleWorld number two Neil Robertson battles to a 13-9 victory over Barry Hawkins to reach the World Championship quarter-finals at the Crucible Theatre.
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Whitewashes for Robertson & Carter at UK ChampionshipTwo-time winner Neil Robertson and Ali Carter both earn thumping wins on the opening afternoon of the 2019 UK Championship.
Riga Masters: Neil Robertson among players to miss tournament after flight groundedDefending champion Neil Robertson is among the snooker players to miss the Riga Masters after a flight is grounded.