World Championships: Neil Robertson racks up 500th century break
2017 World Snooker Championship
Venue: Crucible Theatre, Sheffield Dates: 15 April – 1 May
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Neil Robertson says he is focused on his snooker again after getting “hooked” on computer games.

Australian Robertson, world champion in 2010, has revealed he would sit up all night playing games, which affected his ability to practise the next day.

“You can’t win professional snooker matches when you are tired,” the 35-year-old told Eurosport.

Robertson leads Noppon Saengkham 8-1 in the first round at the Crucible and they play to a finish on Thursday.

‘I’m two months sober’

Robertson, who has won 12 career ranking titles and is a former world number one, says at one stage computer games threatened to become “more important than the snooker”.

“I’ve had really good application in my practice after dragging myself away from playing too many video games,” said Robertson,