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Having suffered from the genuine man flu all week, I certainly was not looking forward to a 5:40am wake-up call on a Saturday. Yet by the mid-morning I was already regretting not requesting a Friday off to have attended both days of the education extravaganza that is the Wellington Festival of Education. 1,577 more words
Mark Selby has won the 2015 China Open after thrashing Gary Wilson 10-2 in the final on Sunday.
In a match that pitted the world no.1 against the no.56 in the rankings, Selby dominated the contest from start to finish, growing in confidence as he pulled further clear and ensuring that his opponent never had much of a sniff. 391 more words
It’ll be two Englishmen who battle it out for the China Open title after another dramatic day in Beijing.
Many were expecting it to be a Mark Selby versus Ding Junhui showdown on Sunday but the latter was pipped at the post after a superb effort from Gary Wilson on Saturday. 439 more words
All but one potential frame was played in a dramatic quarter-final day at the China Open on Friday.
Ding Junhui, Mark Selby and Kurt Maflin all won in deciders while England’s Gary Wilson reached his first ranking event semi-final after a 5-3 victory over Barry Hawkins. 530 more words