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Ding Victorious In Yushan

Ding Junhui stormed to a 10-3 victory over Kyren Wilson to win the Yushan World Open and claim his 13th ranking title. The win comes 12 years on from Ding’s maiden tournament victory, which he secured by beating Stephen Hendry as a teenager at the 2005 China Open. He has now won 13 of 18 appearances… Read More

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Ding Reaches 18th Ranking Final

Ding Junhui held off Belgium’s Luca Brecel to reach the Yushan World Open final thanks to a hard fought 6-4 victory. China’s number one has claimed five of his 12 ranking titles on home soil and will be looking to add another tomorrow when he faces world number 13 Kyren Wilson. In all, tomorrow’s showpiece… Read More

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Warrior Passes The Pistol

Kyren Wilson negotiated a tense final frame decider to clinch a 6-5 victory over Mark Allen in the semi-finals of the Yushan World Open. The win sees Wilson reach his third ranking event final and keeps his hopes alive of securing this week’s £150,000 top prize, which would be his biggest career payday. He came… Read More

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Ding Overhauls Li’s Lead

Ding Junhui battled back to defeat Li Hang 5-3 and book his place in tomorrow’s semi-finals at the Yushan World Open. Ding is competing in his second event of the campaign, having suffered a shock 5-0 defeat to 1994 Masters winner Alan McManus in his last 32 tie at the China Championship. He ended last season… Read More

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Stunning Wilson Downs Williams

Kyren Wilson produced a sublime display of break building to defeat Mark Williams 5-1 and reach the semi-finals of the Yushan World Open. Wilson dominated proceedings by stringing together a run of 503 unanswered points. The streak was just 44 points short of Stuart Bingham’s ranking event record of 547. The 25-year-old has extra cause… Read More

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Brecel Battles To Reach Quarter-Finals

Luca Brecel showed his resolve to overcome Cao Yupeng 5-4 and reach the last eight of the Yushan World Open. Brecel lifted his maiden ranking title earlier this season at the China Championship, defeating Shaun Murphy 10-5 in the final. The 22-year-old has shown great maturity in bouncing back from an agonising 10-9 World Championship… Read More

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Pistol Passes The Thunder

Mark Allen came from behind to edge out Neil Robertson 5-4 and book his place in tomorrow’s quarter-finals at the Yushan World Open. Robertson came into the match holding a strong record against Allen, he’d won the previous four meetings between the pair. However, the Australian couldn’t quite make it five in a row today. The Pistol… Read More

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Robertson Edges Out Woollaston In Thriller

Neil Robertson defeated Ben Woollaston 5-4 in an enthralling last 32 encounter on day three of the Yushan World Open. It was a crucial victory for Robertson, who is in desperate need of some good results to prevent himself from dropping out of the world’s top 16. The Australian is currently 19th place in the… Read More

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Selby and Murphy Crash Out In Yushan

Mark Selby and Shaun Murphy suffered shock exits on day two of the Yushan World Open. World Champion Selby succumbed to a 5-2 loss against world number 69 Lee Walker. Selby looked out of sorts during the defeat, with Walker playing the more assured safety play between the pair. The Welshman hadn’t won a match in… Read More

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Higgins Continues Momentum In Yushan

John Higgins showed no signs of fatigue after picking up his 29th ranking title on Sunday, recording a quick-fire 5-0 win over Alexander Ursenbacher at the Yushan World Open. Higgins surpassed Ronnie O’Sullivan and Steve Davis in the all-time ranking event winner’s list with victory at last week’s Indian Open. The Scot defeated compatriot Anthony McGill 5-1… Read More

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