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Robertson’s Ton of Tons – The Full Breakdown

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Congratulations to Neil Robertson yesterday, who with a break of 101 finally completed his quest for his 100th century break of the season, a fantastic achievement and one that both seeing his celebration up close and listening to him in his post-match press conference, clearly meant the world to him.

But how exactly has he done it? Click below for a full breakdown of all 100 century breaks…

Perhaps as he started with a 147 back at the Wuxi Classic qualifiers last June we should have known that something special was coming from Neil Robertson this season, but who would have predicted then that he would go on to make a historic 100 century breaks during a single season, smashing the previous record of 61 set by Judd Trump just last season.

To put into context just how he has managed to achieve the feat and how consistent he has been over the course of the 2013/14 season, here is a breakdown of just how he has done it, who against and what all 100 breaks have been:

Wuxi Classic Qualifiers – 2

Mohamed Khairy – 147, 121

Bulgarian Open – 7

Anthony Hamilton – 142

Kurt Maflin – 131

Mike Dunn – 115

Jimmy Robertson -111, 105

Barry Hawkins – 106, 105

Wuxi Classic – 2

John Higgins – 113

Mark King – 111

Australian Goldfields Open – 5

Mark Selby – 138

Joe Perry – 125, 111, 102

Marcus Campbell – 102

Shanghai Masters – 2

Wang Yuchen – 122

Ding Junhui – 104

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Li Hang – 140, 136, 107, 105

Ruhr Open – 6

Ahmed Saif – 108, 105, 100, 100

Robert Milkins – 103, 100

Indian Open – 5

Ding Junhui – 104

Noppon Saengkham – 103, 103, 103

Liang Wenbo – 100

International Championship – 6

Thapchaiya Un-Nooh – 143, 100, 100

Alex Davies – 128, 100

Peter Ebdon – 117Robertson1

Kay Suzanne Memorial Cup – 5

Ronnie O’Sullivan – 135

Fraser Patrick – 110

Mark Allen – 110

Marco Fu – 108, 105

Champion of Champions – 6

Martin Gould – 129, 112

Ronnie O’Sullivan – 125

Ali Carter – 119, 113, 105

UK Championship – 8

Li Hang – 141

Mark Selby – 132, 123, 122

Stephen Maguire – 128

Robbie Williams – 119

Joe Perry – 111

Dylan Mitchell – 107

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German Masters qualifiers – 1

Ian Burns – 111

Haikou World Open qualifiers – 1

Alexander Ursenbacher – 105

Championship League Group 2 – 5

Joe Perry – 144, 137, 131, 129

Ali Carter – 134

Masters – 1

Mark Allen – 101

Championship League Group 3 – 4

Ryan Day – 124, 119, 109

Judd Trump – 118

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Championship League Group 4 – 7

Shaun Murphy – 141, 133, 107

Ryan Day – 137, 103

Mark Selby – 102

Matthew Stevens – 102

German Masters – 1

Liu Chaung – 124

Gdynia Open – 2

Alan McManus – 112, 100

Championship League Group 5 – 6

Mark Selby – 135, 104

Marco Fu – 128

Ryan Day – 127, 117

Dominic Dale – 101

Welsh Open – 2

Mark Williams – 112

Rory McLeod – 104

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Haikou World Open – 4

Marco Fu – 127

Rory McLeod – 116, 111

Jamie Jones – 100

China Open – 1

Ding Junhui – 102

World Championship – 7

Robbie Williams – 140, 132, 103, 102

Mark Allen – 137, 100

Judd Trump – 101

  • Tom

    22 were made in the championship league, just shows what great match practice that league is!