Dott's best performance of the season came in the , where he defeated 6—5 and Trump 6—1 to reach the semi-finals. All books are pre-owned and will have been read by someone else before you. Dott announced that he could miss out on the , due to personal reasons, and according to his manager he had been suffering from depression. Dott's wife Elaine suffered a cancer scare and despite being given the all-clear she lost the baby she was carrying. The couple married in 2003 and had their first child, a son named Lewis, in 2004. Dott briefly became the provisional world number one in the rankings system after overcoming 9—5 to win the , his second ranking tournament win. Testimony to the talent that he has, as well as his great temperament and ramrod cue action.
His deep love for Elaine and his children, Lewis and Lucy emerges in this story of a man who almost lost everything he worked for. In 2011, he published his autobiography, Frame of Mind: The Autobiography of the World Snooker Champion. He describes in detail growing up in one of the toughest parts of Glasgow, his snooker career and the role Alex Lambie played in making his dreams come true. In the quarter-finals he let a lead slip again and this time couldn't recover as came back from 4—1 down to defeat Dott 6—5. In the Dott produced an unlikely run to his third World final in six years. What are his practice routines, his inspirations and goals? Ebdon, Peter 18—14 Winner 2. He didn't know it, but he was suffering from severe depression.
We have great insight into some of his matches, some of which are covered in great detail and into the medical problems of his family and friends and some of the most touching parts of the book are about the death of his friend Alex. This book is a great read as it not only focuses on Dott's early life and how he became interested in wanting to play as a pro, but you also get a good insight into his frame of mind, exactly what the title of the book says on the tin. The Dott-Ebdon match finished half an hour later, this despite featuring three fewer frames, reflecting the slow overall pace of the match. Year Championship Team Opponent in the final Score Winner 1. He eventually faced his demons and, fully recovered, reached the final of the 2010 World Championship.
He reached the last 16 of the , but was beaten 6—2 by. His deep love for Elaine and his children, Lewis and Lucy, emerges in this story of a man who almost lost everything he worked for. Remember if you are not happy, you are covered by our 100% money back guarantee. For example, in the book, he was critical of his performances in the World Finals, but he still managed to win one of them! Dott returned a year later with a strong campaign at the beating and before losing to in-form in the quarter-finals. Just when he thought things coudn't get any worse, his wife Elaine suffered a cancer scare. At the inaugural he came through a pair of deciding frames against and , before losing 4—1 to in the quarter-finals.
Hendry, Stephen 7—9 Winner 1. More disappointing results followed, including losing 4—2 to in the last 128 of the , but Dott recovered to reach the semi-finals of the , where he lost 9—7 to eventual tournament winner. German Masters 2014 Born 1977-05-12 12 May 1977 age 41 , , Sport country The Pocket Dynamo The Pocket Rocket Dott the Pot Pot the Lot Dott Professional 1994— Highest 2 20 as of 11 March 2019 Career winnings 2,319,387 Highest : 1999 British Open 205 Tournament wins 2 Non-ranking 1 Graeme Dott born 12 May 1977 is a professional player and snooker coach from. He also lost in the final of the to , in a tournament where the winner of each round is decided by a 10-minute frame. In 2010, having faced his demons, he reached the final of the 2010 World Championship. He suffered a 6—1 first round loss to at the , before whitewashing 6—0 to face in the fourth round of the.
Another first-round elimination followed in the , this time to. She was pregnant at the time and although she was given the all-clear, she lost the baby. He describes his childhood in one of the toughest parts of Glasgow, tells of his love for Glasgow Rangers and about his snooker career and the part Alex Lambie paled in making his dreams come true. Medication subsequently helped him recover his place in the top 16, although he expects his battle with depression to be lifelong. He reached the quarter-finals of the , where he lost 0—5 to , and the , where he lost 4—5 to. He describes his childhood in one of the toughest parts of Glasgow, tells of his love for Glasgow Rangers and about his snooker career and the part Alex Lambie paled in making his dreams come true.
You also get an insight into how he feels about the game and what should be happening to improve snooker in general with more funding for Academies, especially in Scotland where he is from - something I agree with. Schutzumschlag mit wenigen Gebrauchsspuren an Einband, Schutzumschlag oder Seiten. Tearing to dust cover, otherwise a new unread book. David Grace 10-6 Mark Allen vs. She was pregnant at the time and although she was given the all-clear, she lost the baby. Dott supports and paraded his World Championship trophy at , their home ground, during half-time of Rangers' final league match against on 7 May 2006.
She was pregnant at the time and although she was given the all-clear, she lost the baby. He lost to Joe Perry 1—10, stating after the match that it was the worst he had played as a professional. Dott's season came to an unceremonious end at the as he suffered his heaviest ever defeat at the event. At the end of 2006 Alex died; incredibly Dott's snooker went from strength to strength, but away from the table things were a different story. Murphy, Shaun 0—5 Runner-up 3.
Archived from on 8 October 2009. He began the last session of the match leading 15—7, but Ebdon won six successive frames to reduce his deficit to two frames. Martin Gould 10-6 Barry Hawkins vs. At the moment at the time of writing this, Dott is 22nd in the World rankings. In this inspirational autobiography, Graeme Dott talks for the first time in detail about his depression and about how he has managed to his life around. Dott and his wife had a second child, a daughter Lucy, born in November 2008. In this inspirational autobiography Graeme talks for the first time about his depression and how he managed to turn his life around.
Despite taking a 4—1 lead in his semi-final match, Dott lost 5—6 to eventual tournament winner. The last chapter is quite interesting with him talking briefly about what he thinks of his fellow players, always interesting to know what they think of each other on and off the table. The couple married in 2003 and had their first child, a son named Lewis, in 2004. Although she turned out not to have cancer, she suffered a miscarriage while Dott was playing in the. Dott ended the season outside of the top 16 for the first time in six years as he was the world number 17. Dott went 5—0 up, only for Robertson to level at 5—5 and Dott won the decider to reach the quarter-finals of the event for the first time since 2006. Dott managed to level the match at 8—8 after the second session, but went on to lose 11—13.