Graeme Dott

The Pocket Dynamo

2006 World Champion

World Ranking

22

Money List Earnings

£204,250

One Year List Earnings

£3,000

Scottish
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12/05/1977

Date of Birth

1994

Turned Pro

Right

Hand

147

WST High Break

-

Cue

Season Stats

18

Frames Played

9

Frames Won

9

Frames Lost

50.00%

Frames Won Percentage

428

Shots Played

23.78

Shots Per Frame

7

Breaks Over 50

2.57

50 Break Rate

1

Breaks Over 100

18

100 Break Rate

Bio

Graeme Dott enjoyed his greatest success at the 2006 World Championship by defeating Peter Ebdon 18-14 to lift the trophy at the Crucible Theatre.

Having defeated John Parrott, Nigel Bond, Neil Robertson and Ronnie O’Sullivan in the previous rounds, Dott triumphed following an epic final with Ebdon which set a new record for the latest ever finish to a world final at 12:23am.

Dott had previously reached his first Crucible final two years prior, losing to 18-8 O’Sullivan and would contest the title match on a third occasion in 2010, this time coming out on the wrong side of a late finish 18-13 to Robertson.

He has appeared in ten ranking event finals across four decades – in 2020 becoming the first player to do so – claiming his second ranking title at the 2007 China Open during his year as world champion with victory against Jamie Cope.

Dott has been ranked as high as number two during the 2007/8 season and has made one maximum break during his career at the 1999 British Open.

Off-table

Dott has been married to wife Elaine since 2003 with whom he has two children. Away from snooker he is a lifelong fan of Rangers F.C. and memorably took the World Championship trophy out on the pitch at Ibrox in the aftermath of his success.

Career Honours

WST Ranking Event Titles (2)

  • 2006/07: China Open
  • 2005/06: World Championship