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Robertson Snooker Defending Champion Selby Is Off The Mark | Matchroom.Live Scottish Open VideoJudd Trump v Neil Robertson Final Frame UK Championship Snooker 2020 Neil Robertson ist ein australischer Snookerspieler. Seinen größten sportlichen Erfolg erzielte er mit dem Gewinn der Weltmeisterschaft. In der nachfolgenden Saison sowie in den Jahren 20war Robertson die Nummer eins der. Neil Robertson (* Februar in Melbourne) ist ein australischer Snookerspieler. Seinen größten sportlichen Erfolg erzielte er mit dem Gewinn der. Snooker auf höchstem Niveau. Vor allem aber bot das Endspiel vom ersten Ball an unendlich viel Spannung und Drama. Es ging hin und her. Es war nach ein Uhr Ortszeit, als Neil Robertson den entscheidenden pink Ball zu seinem Sieg im Neil Robertson celebrates with the UK Championship trophy VOR 7 STUNDEN. Ähnliche Themen. Snooker. Diesen Artikel teilen. Er räumte den Tisch im folgenden Frame nicht nur mit einem Century von ab und sicherte sich das 8—8. Auch Trump steuerte ein Century zum Finale bei. UK Championships schon ohne Titelverteidiger. Tuesday, December 8,
He won the first frame of his first round match against Mark Selby only to lose the match 10—1. Robertson qualified for one ranking event in the —12 season , the World Open , thanks to wins over Andrew Norman , Ken Doherty and Rory McLeod , before seeing off amateur Zhou Yuelong in the wildcard round at the event in Haikou , China.
He played in 11 out of 12 of these events, also picking up a last 16 finish in Event 4 to be placed 31st on the PTC Order of Merit , just outside the top 24 who made the Finals.
He began the —14 season by qualifying for the Wuxi Classic and whitewashed Graeme Dott 5—0 in the first round, before losing 5—4 to Scott Donaldson in the last In the last 16 he came back from 3—0 against Vinnie Calabrese to triumph 4—3 and reach another quarter-final, where Ding Junhui defeated him 4—1.
Robertson played at the venue stage of eight ranking tournaments this year, the most he has reached in any one season.
However, he was unable to win past the last 32 in any of them. Robertson was ranked 15th on their Order of Merit. He reached the last 16 of a ranking event for the first time in his career by beating Darryl Hill 6—2 and Barry Hawkins 6—4 at the International Championship and then lost 6—3 to Marco Fu.
Robertson reached the last 16 of a ranking event for the second time by beating Dechawat Poomjaeng 4—0 and Martin O'Donnell 4—3 at the Riga Masters and was defeated 4—1 by John Astley.
He also recorded the event's high break of Robertson was thrashed 5—0 by Shaun Murphy in the second round of the World Open after he had eliminated Wang Yuchen 5—1 in the opener.
He won through to the third round of both the UK Championship and Welsh Open , but failed to pick up a frame in losses to Oliver Lines and Scott Donaldson respectively.
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At the World Championship Robertson defeated Steve Davis , Ali Carter and Stephen Maguire to reach the semi-finals of the World Championship for the first time, before losing to Shaun Murphy 14—17 after at one stage recovering from 7—14 behind to level at 14— His semi-final match with defending champion John Higgins was won on the final black of the deciding frame.
Robertson's fourth title made him the most successful player from outside the UK and Ireland in ranking tournaments, although Ding equalled his total at that season's UK Championship.
On 1 April , Robertson made the first official maximum break of his career in his second round match in the China Open against Peter Ebdon.
In his second round match against Martin Gould Robertson trailed 0—6 and 5—11 before recovering to win the match 13— In the quarter-finals he defeated Steve Davis 13—5.
He faced Ali Carter in the semi-finals, winning 17—12 to reach the final. There he defeated champion Graeme Dott 18—13 to become only the third player from outside the UK and only the second from outside the UK and Ireland , and the first Australian, to become world champion in the modern era of the game.
Although the record books show Australian Horace Lindrum triumphed in , that was the year when the sport's leading players staged a boycott and to this day in many circles Lindrum is not regarded as a credible world champion.
Robertson started the new season by losing in the first round of the Shanghai Masters to Peter Ebdon. However, at the World Open Robertson was drawn in the last 64 against Graeme Dott in a repeat of their world final, Robertson won 3—1 and went on to beat David Morris , Andrew Higginson , Ricky Walden and Mark Williams before producing an assured display to beat Ronnie O'Sullivan 5—1 in the final, to confirm his position as the eighth world number 1 in snooker.
He lost 1—5 against O'Sullivan. Robertson reached the quarter-final of the Masters , but lost 4—6 against Mark Allen.
Robertson's season started in a disappointing fashion as he lost 4—5 to Dominic Dale in the last 16 of his home tournament — the Australian Goldfields Open.
Robertson won the Masters by defeating Shaun Murphy 10—6 in the final. He beat Mark Allen and Mark Williams in the opening two rounds, before facing Trump in the semi-finals for the second successive major tournament.
In his first Masters final he opened up a 5—3 lead over Murphy in the first session and, although he lost the first frame upon the resumption of play, won four frames in a row to stand on the edge of the title.
Despite a brief fightback from the Englishman, Robertson secured the frame he needed with a break of 70 to become the fourth man from outside the United Kingdom to win the event.
Robertson did not advance beyond the second round in any of his next three ranking events and then saw his run of televised finals without defeat finally come to an end when he was beaten 4—0 by Stephen Lee in the PTC Finals.
Robertson began the season poorly once more as he lost in the first round of the Wuxi Classic and the second round of the Australian Goldfields Open and the Shanghai Masters.
Robertson started by attempting to defend his Masters title. He produced a comeback in the first round against Ding Junhui by taking the final three frames in a 6—5 triumph, shouting "You beauty!
Robertson returned to winning ways at the China Open by winning his seventh career ranking event. In May , Robertson made the second official maximum break of his career in the Wuxi Classic qualifiers against Mohamed Khairy.
He came from 2—5 down against Higgins to lead 8—5 before withstanding a fightback to complete the victory and ensure his second consecutive ranking event win in China.
Robertson on making his th century of the season at the Crucible . In January , during the Championship League , Robertson reached 63 century breaks in a single professional season, breaking the previous record of 61 centuries held by Judd Trump.
Robertson also missed a black on a break of 94 that would have seen him reach the milestone during his win over Mark Allen. Robertson went on to win the match 13—11 having trailed 6—2 and 11—8 to set up a semi-final against Mark Selby.
Robertson beat Shaun Murphy on the final black in the quarter-finals of the Wuxi Classic to win 5—4 and then beat Barry Hawkins 6—3 to reach the opening ranking event final of the —15 season.
Robertson then produced breaks of 87 and 78 to win the title 10—9 and paid tribute to Perry's influence on his own career after the match.
Robertson trailed Graeme Dott 5—0 in the fourth round of the UK Championship , but then made five breaks above 50 which included two centuries to draw level, before falling short of a big comeback as Dott took the final frame to win 6—5.
Robertson enjoyed comfortable 10—2 and 13—5 wins over Jamie Jones and Ali Carter to face Barry Hawkins in the quarter-finals of the World Championship.
It was an extremely high quality encounter as both players compiled four centuries to match a Crucible record in a best of 25 frame match, but Robertson would lose 13— Despite this Robertson, who had won four ranking titles since his world title in , stated that he believed he had underachieved in his career.
Robertson exited in round one of the first two ranking events in the —16 season and 6—4 to Mark Selby in the quarter-finals of the International Championship.
It was also the first final in the event not to feature a player from the United Kingdom and Robertson would capture the title for the second time in three years with a 10—5 win.
Robertson proclaimed the match as the greatest ever at the Masters. At the Riga Masters , Robertson did not lose more than one frame in any match as he reached the final.
He secured his 12th ranking title with a 5—2 win over Michael Holt. Robertson started the season at the Riga Masters , winning the event for the second time in three years by defeating Stuart Carrington in the semi-final and then Jack Lisowski 5—2 in the final.
Neil also reached the semi-final of the Masters losing to eventual winner Judd Trump 6—3. Robertson won the China Open after defeating Lisowski 11—4 in the final.
Robertson ended his season at the World Snooker Championship. He defeated Michael Georgiou 10—1, before defeating Shaun Murphy 13—6 in the second round.
Robertson played John Higgins in the quarter-finals, where he lost 10— Robertson started season as world number four. For technical issues linked with the flight, he wasn't able to defend his title at the opening ranking tournament of the season, the Riga Masters.
A few weeks later, Robertson reached semi-final at the non-ranking Shanghai Masters , where he was beaten by Ronnie O'Sullivan.
However, in the first half of the season he failed to reach the quarter-final stage at any ranking tournament.
As world number 5, he had qualified for the Masters , but was defeated in the first round by Stephen Maguire 5—6 in spite of leading 5—1.
Since the Masters, he produced fabulous form in reaching three consecutive ranking finals at the European Masters , German Masters and the World Grand Prix.
At the German Masters, he fell short to world number one Judd Trump with the result 6—9. Due to these performances he reached second place in the world rankings.
Robertson was knocked out at the quarter-final stage of the Welsh open after being whitewashed by Kyren Wilson 0—5.
Robertson was born and raised in Melbourne , Victoria. He is now based in Cambridge , England. Mille had been due to give birth to Alexander while Robertson was playing in the World Championship final,  but he was not born until eight days later, on 12 May Robertson has been a vegan since Robertson is a friend of former England footballer John Terry , and is also known to be an avid supporter of Chelsea FC.
In June , he became ambassador of electronic snooker simulator app Snooker Live Pro. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Australian professional snooker player. Robertson at the German Masters. In the first session I was getting very frustrated. My focus was on the centuries and not the match.
I wasn't even thinking about the century until there were only a few balls left and the frame was finished — then I really went for it. I would rather make the century of centuries here than a I've made a couple of s and it's nowhere near the same achievement.
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