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It is mandatory to procure user consent prior to running these cookies on your website. Read More. Latest News. McGill won the first two frames with breaks of 83 and 78, before winning frame three after Wilson missed a pot on the green.
McGill made his first two century breaks of the tournament in the final session to tie the match at 14—14, and then took the lead at 16— In the next shot, Wilson played a safety shot, and went in-off allowing McGill enough points to be able to win.
The deciding frame lasted 62 minutes and made a new record for the most combined points scored in a single frame at the Crucible, — He stated afterwards, "I didn't want it to end that way, I have dreamed of this situation and I didn't want to win the match on a fluke.
It was unbelievable. O'Sullivan won four of the first five frames with there being a lot of kicks in the session, the balls being replaced to counteract the number of bad contacts.
Seven-time champion Stephen Hendry suggested that Selby may have felt he had "almost won" the session after claiming the final two frames. Selby then won the next frame to lead 13—9, having won 12 out of 16 frames.
Selby cleared until the final red, and a series of safety shots were played, with O'Sullivan playing controlled shots that he had previously not, and potted match ball after Selby failed to escape a snooker.
Post-match, Selby said "I felt he was being a bit disrespectful to me and the game, not many players would just get down and hit them at mph when you put them in a snooker.
Some would look to work it out or put you in trouble. It just felt like he was doing that throughout the match The final was played on 15 and 16 August as a best-offrames match held over four sessions.
He then left the pink ball over the pocket, allowing Wilson to win the fifth frame and move within a single frame of his opponent.
I hope I'm wrong, but I think 6—2 is too far for Kyren to come back from". Wilson made a break of 53 in frame nine, but made a tactical error and lost the frame, before O'Sullivan took the next frame to lead 8—2.
Wilson made a century break in the next frame, but missed a red in the final frame of the second session to trail 7—10 overnight.
Wilson made a long pot in frame 18, before taking the frame with a break of Numbers given in brackets after players' names show the seedings for the top 16 players in the competition.
Players in bold denote match winners. Qualifying for the World Snooker Championship took place from 21 to 28 July at the English Institute of Sport in Sheffield, using an eight-table set-up.
Although all matches were originally organised to be the best of 19 frames, the first three rounds were played as the best of 11 frames, with only the final round being played as the best of The qualifying draw was released on 10 July Professional tour players ranked 81— were seeded 65—96, with the remaining tour players and invited amateurs being unseeded.
The second qualifying round consisted of players seeded 33—64 against first round winners. The third qualifying round consisted of players seeded 1—32 against second round winners.
The fourth qualifying round was played out between the 32 third round winners. The results from qualifying are shown below.
A total of 79 century breaks were made by 27 players during the main stage of the World Snooker Championship. A total of 51 century breaks were made by 32 players during the qualifying stage of the World Snooker Championship.
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