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This was only the sixth time a player had made four consecutive century breaks in a professional match. Mark Davis withdrew ahead of his third round match with Mark Selby.
His snooker cue was stolen after he left it resting against his car after leaving the hotel. The quarter-finals and semi-finals were played on 26 September Two-time winner Judd Trump took a 4—0 lead over Kyren Wilson in the quarter-finals and eventually won 5—2, whilst defending champion Neil Robertson lost to Shaun Murphy on a deciding frame.
The final was played on 27 September as the best-of frames held over two sessions and was refereed by Ben Williams. In frame seven, Gould made a break of 70 and a total clearance of to tie the match at 4—4 after the first session.
On the resumption of the match, Gould won the ninth frame with a break of 94, before Selby won frame 10 to tie the match at 5—5.
Selby then potted the remaining balls to win the frame and lead 8—7. It could have gone either way. The results from the event are shown below.
Players in bold denote match winners, whilst numbers in brackets display player seedings. There was a total of 98 century breaks made during the tournament, the highest of which was a made by Mark Allen in frame four of his second round win over Ken Doherty.
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Jimmy Robertson was the defending champion after defeating Joe Perry 9—6 in the final , but he lost 3—5 to Martin O'Donnell in the first qualifying round.
Neil Robertson won the seventeenth ranking title of his career with a 9—0 whitewash win over Zhou Yuelong in the final.
It was only the second whitewash in a two-session ranking event final, the first since the Grand Prix.
World number seven Mark Allen was whitewashed by Lu Ning 0—5. World number ten Shaun Murphy was also beaten 2—5 by Alfie Burden and world number fourteen Jack Lisowski was defeated on a deciding frame by Jackson Page.
I should have won 5—2", having been 4—2 ahead. Robertson won the next five frames to win 6—1. Wilson led early in the match, but there was never more than two frames between the players.
In a decider, Zhou won the frame to reach his first ranking event final, 6—5. Below is the draw from the main stage last 32 onwards.
Seeded players have their seedings in brackets. Players highlighted in bold denote match winners. All matches were the best-of-nine frames.
A total of 27 century breaks were made during the competition. The highest was a made by Thepchaiya Un-Nooh in frame six of his first round match against Robbie Williams.
A total of 67 century breaks were made during the qualifying stages of the event. The highest of these was a made by Michael Georgiou , made in frame four of his first round match against Luca Brecel.
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