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Baic Motor China Open Last 32 Discussion

Postby Wildey

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Monday 30th of March ~ Sunday 5th of April at the Beijing University Students Gymnasium

To the delight of the home crowd Ding Junhui was playing something like his best in defence of his title as he advance in to the last 32, but last years Runner up Neil Robertson did not as he was beaten by Thailands Dechawat Poomjaeng in a Decider.

Also stil in is Mark Williams who is continuing with a great run hes having but no title of significant to show for it, will this week bring him some silverwere?

and surprise packages Elliot Slessor and Zack Surety playing in their very first Last 32.

Who will reach the last 16?

DRAW

Last 32

Ding Junhui v Mark Davis Ding Junhui leads 5-2
Mark Williams v Michael Leslie Never Played Before
John Higgins v Graeme Dott Higgins leads 15-7
Peter Ebdon v Judd Trump 4-4
Barry Hawkins v Dominic Dale Hawkins leads 3-2
Ryan Day v Stephen Maguire Maguire leads 13-2
Ricky Walden v Gary Wilson Wilson leads 2-1
Jack Lisowski v Dechawat Poomjaeng Never Played Before
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Robin Hull v Mark King King leads 2-1
Mike Dunn v Kurt Maflin Dunn leads 2-0
Marco Fu v Jamie Jones Marco Fu leads 2-1
Anthony McGill v Shaun Murphy Murphy leads 2-0
Stuart Bingham v Michael White Bingham leads 3-1
Zack Surety v Robert Milkins Never Played Before
David Gilbert v Zhou Yuelong Never Played Before
Elliot Slessor v Mark Selby Never Played Before

ORDER OF PLAY

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Re: Baic Motor China Open Last 32 Discussion

Postby Cloud Strife

I disagree that Ding was back "playing something like his best" in his first match. He was still ordinary by his own high standards and was lucky that Campbell played like rubbish and gave him plenty of chances.

Re: Baic Motor China Open Last 32 Discussion

Postby Wildey

Cloud Strife wrote:I disagree that Ding was back "playing something like his best" in his first match. He was still ordinary by his own high standards and was lucky that Campbell played like rubbish and gave him plenty of chances.

compared to how he has played recently his match against Campbell was the best hes played all season in patches

Re: Baic Motor China Open Last 32 Discussion

Postby Wildey

Wednesday 1st of April

2.30am

Elliot Slessor v Mark Selby TV
Stuart Bingham v Michael White
Ryan Day v Stephen Maguire TV
Barry Hawkins v Dominic Dale
David Gilbert v Zhou Yuelong
Zack Surety v Robert Milkins

7am

Robin Hull v Mark King
Jack Lisowski v Dechawat Poomjaeng
Anthony McGill v Shaun Murphy TV
Mark Williams v Michael Leslie TV
Mike Dunn v Kurt Maflin

12.30pm

Ding Junhui v Mark Davis TV
Peter Ebdon v Judd Trump TV
John Higgins v Graeme Dott
Ricky Walden v Gary Wilson
Marco Fu v Jamie Jones

Re: Baic Motor China Open Last 32 Discussion

Postby Wildey

Cloud Strife wrote:
Clara8633 wrote:Apparently Selby had to experience neck pain today :/ Hopefully it's not serious.


Pre-Crucible excuses being prepared early this year.

isnt that what Ronnie does every year this year no exception?

Re: Baic Motor China Open Last 32 Discussion

Postby Cloud Strife

Selby too solid at the moment. Slessor isn't competing in the safety department and is struggling to make anything of the small half-chances that he's getting.

2-0 Selby.

Re: Baic Motor China Open Last 32 Discussion

Postby Cloud Strife

Slessor had a good chance in that frame, but could only make 32 before poor positional play led to him taking on and missing a tricky black. After that Selby managed to controlled the frame with his superior tactical game.

3-0 Selby.