World Open Fu Jiajun and Cao Yupeng enters the race Zhao Xintong and Wang Yuchen missed the home game
The official website of the Chinese Billiards Association. The 2017 Snooker World Open qualifier ended its first day of competition in Preston, England. As for the Chinese players,broke a hundred 5-3 in a single stroke to reverse Sean O’Sullivan, and joined to advance to the race. However, regretted losing McGill and missed the local battle with .
The World Open is the fifth ranked tournament of the season. It uses a flat format that precedes a qualifying round in the UK. However, the world number one Selby, Ding Junhui and Liang Wenbo’s qualifying matches, as well as the draws of Chinese and foreign cards, are moved to the main game. The race is scheduled to be staged in Yushan, China from September 18th to 24th.
On the first match day, four Chinese players took the lead. Hong Kong star Fu Jiajun played the game with England rookie Sean O’Sullivan. He was behind 0-2 and 1-3.
After the inning break, Fu Jiajun, currently ranked No. 5 in the world, seemed to have changed. He scored the fifth inning with 58 points in a single stroke and closed the sixth inning 96-25. After a 3-3 tie, he played a hotter touch. In the next two games, he hit 62 points and 100 points in a single stroke. In the end, Fu Jiajun, who has three ranking championship titles under his name, reversed the score and won by 5-3. Race.
Cao Yupeng scored 120 points and swept the 2015 British Championships top 4 dark horse David Grace 5-0. With the addition of the Indian Open and the European Masters, he won all three qualifying rounds within a week.
Zhao Xintong and Scottish star McGill played quite thrilling. Zhao Xintong established a 3-1 lead in the first four games. After that, McGill won four consecutive games 4-3 and took the lead to win the match point. Zhao Xintong dragged the game into a decisive game with 53 points. McGill scored 52 points in the deciding game. Zhao Xintong once had a very good chance of reversing. However, luck was not on his side. After a black ball was scored in the bottom pocket, the cue ball smashed and left the opponent with a very comfortable middle pocket. . McGill accepted the gift, and Zhao Xintong 4-5 regretted his defeat and missed the battle for the homeland.
Wang Yuchen, who has just entered his second year in his career, is not in good shape. 1-5 is blocked by Mark Allen, who is ranked 10th in the world.