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World Snooker Championship: Neil Robertson wins in qualifying as Noppon Saengkham hits 147


Neil Robertson reached the ultimate spherical of qualifying for the World Snooker Championship on Monday whereas Noppon Saengkham hit a most 147 break.

Robertson, the 2010 world champion, should qualify for the primary time since 2006 having dropped out of the world’s prime 16.

The 42-year-old Australian beat Zak Surety 10-2 in Sheffield.

Saengkham earlier scored the second most break of his profession because the Thai primary beat Andy Hicks 10-5.

The world quantity 22 will play Jackson Web page of Wales on Wednesday for a spot in the primary event, which begins on the Crucible on Saturday.

Former primary Robertson, at present ranked 24, led Surety 7-2 after their opening session and breaks of 90 and 117 meant he rapidly completed the job so he will even face a Welshman on Wednesday – Jamie Jones.

Final 12 months’s shock semi-finalist Si Jiahui survived a scare because the 21-year-old got here again from 9-7 right down to beat Ben Mertens 10-9 and arrange an all-Chinese language affair with Wu Yize.

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