Jimmy Robertson

2018 European Masters Champion

World Ranking

31

Money List Earnings

£135,000

One Year List Earnings

£109,500

English
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03/05/1986

Date of Birth

2002

Turned Pro

Right

Hand

142

WST High Break

-

Cue

Season Stats

261

Frames Played

146

Frames Won

115

Frames Lost

55.94%

Frames Won Percentage

6,507

Shots Played

24.93

Shots Per Frame

93

Breaks Over 50

2.81

50 Break Rate

16

Breaks Over 100

16.31

100 Break Rate

Bio

England’s Jimmy Robertson won his first ranking title at the 2018 European Masters following a 9-6 victory against Joe Perry.

Having only once reached the quarter-finals of a ranking event prior to his victory in Lommel, destiny appeared to be on Robertson’s side at the tournament as he won his first three matches of the tournament on the final black to pave the way for his breakthrough triumph.

During the 2021/22 season, Robertson reached a further two ranking event semi-finals at the British Open and Players Championship events to return to the world’s top 32, having 12 months earlier come close to losing his tour card.

A former winner of the English Amateur Championship, Robertson had two initial spells on tour in 2002/03 and 2007/8, before regaining his place in 2009, since which he has remained an ever-present.

He has qualified for the televised stages of the World Championship on four occasions, his best Crucible showing coming in 2017 when he lost out 10-8 to Mark Allen.

In 2013 he took the ‘Magic Moment’ at the World Snooker Awards for his 57 clearance in 131 seconds to beat Tian Pengfei at the Shoot Out.

Career Honours

WST Ranking Event Titles (1)

  • 2018/19: European Masters