The Grove has worked with Neil for a number of years in the past on management and commercial advice issues. They are now happy and proud to offer Neil full management.
Django Fung is delighted and said:
Neil is a great Champion, a great professional and one of the nicest person in the snooker circuit. I am very looking forward to working with Neil again
I’m very excited to be working with Grovesnooker again. I know Django very well and he has great experience managing top players.
Neil World Champion 2010
Neil Robertson (born 11 February 1982 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia) is an Australian professional snooker player and the current World No 1. Robertson is the only Australian to have won a ranking event, in fact he has won 9 of them up to now, including the World Championship in 2010 and the UK Championship in 2013. He also won the Masters in 2012.
The 2013/2014 season was a particularly successful one for Neil.
Neil UK Champion 2013 completes the triple crown
Neil was the World n°1 player for the best part of the season. He finished the season as World n°3.
He won the Wuxi Classic 2013 and the UK Championship 2013. This last victory made him a member of the select small group of players having won the “triple crown”. Neil was also finalist in the Australian Open 2013 and the China Open 2014. He reached the semi finals at the World Championship 2014, narrowly losing to the eventual winner Mark Selby. He also broke the record of centuries made over a season – he made 102 of them! The magical 100th century, the “ton of tons”, came during his quarter finals match at the World Championship.
Neil started the 2014/15 season very strongly, winning the Wuxi Classic 2014 and being runner-up to Judd Trump in the Australian Open. But after that it was, by his standards, a rather disappointing one. He reached the final in the Masters, losing to Shaun Murphy, and won the Gdynia Open 2015 but didn’t go past the QF in any full ranking event. Despite this, he finished the season as n°3.
The 2015/16 season was a bit of a mixed bag for Neil. He won two big events in the first half of the season, the Champion of Champions and the UK Championship, but the second half was a bit disappointing. He made another final, runner-up to Ronnie O’Sullivan in the Welsh Open in Cardiff, but suffered early exits in the last three tournaments of the season, in particular, he lost to qualifier Michael Holt in the first round in the World Championship.
2007 Welsh Open
2007 World Open
2008 Bahrain Championship
2010 World Open
2011 World Open
2010 World Championship
2013 China Open
2013 Wuxi Classic
2013 UK Championship
2014 Wuxi Classic
2015 Champion of Champions
2015 UK Championship
Highest ranking: n°1