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2020 China Open – Statement From WST And WPBSA

Following extensive consultation between WST, the WPBSA and our many partners in China, we have taken the difficult decision to postpone the 2020 China Open. This flagship China event had been scheduled for March 30 to April 5 in Beijing, however considering the current health and travel situation in China our highest priority has to… Read More

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Robertson Storms To Beijing Victory

Neil Robertson claimed his second XingPai China Open title by defeating Jack Lisowski 11-4 in the final in Beijing. The victory marks the 16th ranking title of Robertson’s career and moves him clear of Mark Selby to occupy sixth position alone in the all-time ranking event winner’s list. The Australian picks up ÂŁ225,000 for his… Read More

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Robertson Dominates Opening Session

Neil Robertson established an imposing 8-2 lead over Jack Lisowski after the first session of the XingPai China Open final in Beijing. Robertson requires just three more frames to take home the title in the best of 21 encounter. The match will be played to a conclusion in this evening’s final session. The Australian, who… Read More

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Robertson And Lisowski To Meet In Beijing Final

Neil Robertson continued a red hot run of form to secure his place in the XingPai China Open final with a hard fought 10-7 defeat of Luca Brecel. Robertson will face Jack Lisowski in tomorrow’s final over the best of 21 frames with a top prize of ÂŁ225,000 up for grabs. The match will be… Read More

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Lisowski Closing In On Beijing Final Place

Jack Lisowski is just two frames away from reaching the second ranking event final of his career, leading Scott Donaldson 8-1 going into the second session of their XingPai China Open semi-final in Beijing. Lisowski appeared in his maiden ranking final at the season opening Riga Masters, losing out to Neil Robertson. The Englishman followed… Read More

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Ruthless Robertson Reaches Beijing Semis

Neil Robertson recorded his second successive whitewash victory to defeat Sam Craigie 6-0 and progress to the semi-finals of the XingPai China Open in Beijing. The win comes one day on from Robertson’s 6-0 last 16 demolition of Lu Ning and the Australian has only dropped five frames so far this week in Beijing. The… Read More

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Brecel And Robertson Seal Whitewash Wins

Luca Brecel and Neil Robertson produced blistering displays to secure their quarter-final places at the XingPai China Open with whitewash wins in Beijing. Brecel progressed courtesy of a 6-0 defeat of Iran’s Hossein Vafaei. He needed just under an hour and a half to secure the comprehensive victory. The Belgian was given a boost yesterday… Read More

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Gilbert Left Unsure Of Crucible Place

David Gilbert lost 6-3 to Scott Donaldson in the last 32 of the XingPai China Open and must now wait for other results to find out whether he will be among the top 16 seeds for the World Championship. All results Gilbert is 16th in the Race to the Crucible and hoping to be a… Read More

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Bingham Makes 147 In Beijing

Stuart Bingham made the fifth 147 of his career during his match against Peter Ebdon at the XingPai China Open on Wednesday. Bingham becomes the sixth player to make five or more official maximum breaks, joining Ronnie O’Sullivan (15), Stephen Hendry (11), John Higgins (nine), Ding Junhui (six) and Shaun Murphy (five). The break will… Read More

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Wen The Going Gets Tough, Robertson Rises

Neil Robertson came from 3-1 down to beat Mei Xiwen 6-3 and reached the last 16 of the XingPai China Open in Beijing. All results With Mark Selby, John Higgins, Judd Trump and Mark Williams already knocked out, Australia’s Robertson is the highest ranked player left in the field at number seven. He has already won… Read More

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