Tessa Davidson

Three Ranking Titles

Highest Ranking

WWS Debut

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Bio

Tessa Davidson returned to the World Women’s Snooker Tour in January 2022 following a 23-year absence from the game.

A multiple ranking event champion, Davidson initially competed on the Tour from 1988-1999, notably claiming three UK Championship titles.

Since her return to the circuit, Davidson has achieved a best result of a quarter-final at the 2022 British Open, ultimately losing to Maria Catalano. She has also established herself as a leading Seniors player, claiming the World Women’s Seniors Championship title for the first time in February 2022.

In 1991, Davidson compiled what was then the highest recorded break by a woman in competition (135).

Following her first return to the circuit in 1998 following a two and a half year absence, Davidson was awarded the Player of the Year title, having claimed titles at that year’s Connie Gough Trophy and UK Championship events.