Put your questions to Neil Robertson
Can Robertson rule the baize again in the new campaign?
Neil Robertson is waiting for your questions about snooker.
It was only four months ago that the Australian conquered Graeme Dott in the early hours of the morning at the Crucible to become champion of the world.
Glory in Sheffield meant Robertson was the first player from outside the UK and Ireland since Cliff Thorburn in 1980 to win the championship.
The 28-year-old from Melbourne was also the first Australian player since Eddie Charlton 35 years ago to make the final.
With Ali Carter winning last week's Shanghai Masters, the first ranking event of the new season, the BBC will be bringing you the second - the revamped World Open in Glasgow starting on Saturday, which will feature best-of-five matches and a random draw for each round.
There are also a number of new and innovative quick-fire competitions coming up this season along with the old favourites.
Send in your questions for Neil to firstname.lastname@example.org or on BBC Sport's Mark Ashenden's Twitter by lunchtime onThursday 16 September.
The best ones will be answered and published ahead of this weekend's World Open.
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