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Snooker World Cup: Fifth seed Trump was eliminated by surprise

Snooker World Cup: Fifth seed Trump was eliminated by surprise

Although Trump was a clear contender for the duel against McGill, the Scot is considered one of the strongest competitors among the qualifiers. McGill has already played in the semi-finals of the World Cup and reached the quarter-finals on two other occasions. Trump was a shadow of himself, not pushing big breaks, so McGill, who pushed the only 100-point line of the match with 119 points, won 10-6.

Clearly the best performance of the day was by Kyren Wilson. As we previously reported, he paid a maximum fraction of 147, But he also scored four more hundreds (133, 120, 108, 102) in his win over Ryan Day. With this performance, he became one of the most prominent candidates to win the World Cup title.

World Championships, Sheffield

Round 1
Jack Lisowski (English, 12th place)– Nopon Singkham (Thailand) 10 to 7
Judd Trump (English, V) –Anthony McGill (Scottish) 6-10
Kyren Wilson (England, 7th place)
– Ryan Day (Welsh) 10 to 5
Mark Selby (England, 2nd) – Matthew Selt (England) 6-3 – Partial result
Shaun Murphy (England, 4th) – Zhe Jia-hui (China) 4-5 – Partial result

First round draft (according to branch chart)
Ronnie O'Sullivan (England, 1st) –Pang Chun Hsu (Chinese) 10 to 7
Ting Chunhui (Chinese, 16) –Hossein Vafaei (Iranian) 6-10

Luca Brecel (Belgian, ninth) –Ricky Walden (English) 10 to 9
Mark Williams (Wales, 8th) –Jimmy Robertson (English) 10 to 5

Judd Trump (English, V) –Anthony McGill (Scottish) 6-10
Jack Lisowski (English, 12th place)– Nopon Singkham (Thailand) 10 to 7

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Robert Milkins (England, 13) – Joe Perry (England)
Sean Murphy (English, IV) – Zhi Chia Hui (China)

Mark Allen (Northern Ireland, third place) –Fan Qingji (Chinese) 10 to 5
Stuart Bingham (m., 14) –
David Gilbert (English) 10-4

Ali Carter (English, 11)-Jack Jones (Wales) 6-10
Neil Robertson (Australian, 6th place) –Wu Jizi (Chinese) 10-3

Kyren Wilson (England, 7th place)– Ryan Day (Welsh) 10 to 5
John Higgins (Scotland, 10th place)-David Grace (English) 10-3

Gary Wilson (England, 15)– Elliot Slessor (English) 10 to 8
Mark Selby (England, II) – Matthew Sylt (England)
In the first round, matches continue until the tenth frame in which one team wins.

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