Tessa Davidson

Three-Time UK Championship Winner

Highest Ranking


WWS Debut




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 reached multiple ranking event quarter-finals and regained a position inside of the world’s top 10 ranked players.

Davidson also quickly established herself as a leading Seniors player, claiming five Seniors titles during her first year back, highlighted by the World Women’s Seniors Championship title in Sheffield. She would repeat the feat two years later following a 3-1 victory against Han Fang in China in the 2024 final.

At the 2022 Eden Women’s Masters, she compiled a stunning break of 114 during the round robin group stages, her third Tour century and first in 28 years. In 1991, Davidson also scored what was at the time 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.