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Murphy Beats Williams To End Ranking Drought

Shaun Murphy won his first ranking title for 30 months by beating Mark Williams 10-9 in the final of the Evergrande China Championship in Guangzhou. In a dramatic finish, Williams came from 9-5 down to 9-9, but Murphy kept his composure and took the deciding frame with a break of 69 to secure the £150,000… Read More

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Murphy Leads Williams In Final

Shaun Murphy has emerged with a slender 5-4 advantage after a superb afternoon session at the Evergrande China Championship final against Mark Williams in Guangzhou. The 2005 World Champion is competing in his third consecutive final, but is still searching for a first title of the season after previous losses to Judd Trump and Ronnie… Read More

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Murphy Into Guangzhou Final

Shaun Murphy won a gruelling clash with Mark Selby 6-3 to book his place in the final of the Evergrande China Championship. The Magician has enjoyed a supreme start to his 2019/20 campaign and is now into his third consecutive final. 2005 World Champion Murphy was runner-up in the previous two events, to Judd Trump… Read More

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Williams Downs Vafaei In Thriller

Mark Williams held off a Hossein Vafaei fightback to clinch his place in the final of the Evergrande China Championship with a 6-5 win. Tomorrow will be the 35th time Williams has graced a ranking event final. He will be up against either Shaun Murphy or Mark Selby over 19 frames, with the winner picking… Read More

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Vafaei Reaches Third Ranking Semi-Final

Iran’s Hossein Vafaei recorded a 5-3 defeat of Joe Perry to progress to the semi-finals of the Evergrande China Championship in Guangzhou. World number 41 Vafaei was the first ever professional player from Iran and has been a trailblazer for the sport in his country. He was joined on tour by compatriot Soheil Vahedi in… Read More

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The Gentleman Trumps The Ace

Joe Perry ended World Champion Judd Trump’s 15-match win streak in ranking competition, beating him 5-2 in the last 16 of the Evergrande China Championship in Guangzhou. Victory for Perry puts him in line for a potential return to the world’s top 16, unless results go against him in the remainder of the tournament. Perry… Read More

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Trump Extends Winning Streak

World Champion Judd Trump won his 15th consecutive ranking event match, whitewashing Zhou Yuelong 5-0 to reach the last 16 of the Evergrande China Championship. The Ace in the Pack’s undefeated streak extends back to the China Open in April, when he lost against Robbie Williams. Since then he has won both the World Championship… Read More

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Ding To Lose Top 16 Spot After Zhao Loss

Zhao Xintong defeated Ding Junhui for the first time in his career, winning 5-3 to reach the last 32 of the Evergrande China Championship in Guangzhou. Defeat for Ding sees him drop out of the world’s top 16 for the first time since April 2016. On that occasion he returned to the world’s top echelon… Read More

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Selby Starts Guangzhou Defence With Win

Defending champion Mark Selby saw off a strong challenge from world number 86 Chen Feilong to progress on day one of the Evergrande China Championship in Guangzhou. Three-time Crucible winner Selby picked up the title last year after outlasting 30-time ranking event winner John Higgins to win a gruelling final 10-9. That was Selby’s most… Read More

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Doherty Withdraws From China Championship

Ken Doherty has pulled out of next week’s China Championship in Guangzhou. Doherty was due to face the winner of the match between Li Yingdong and Zhao Jianbo on Monday evening. The winner of that match will now receive a bye to the last 64. The tournament runs from September 23 to 29.

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