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szdaily -> Sports
World No. 1 Mark Selby crashes out of World Open
    2017-September-21  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

WORLD number one Mark Selby crashed out of the World Open at the first round stage in Yushan, East China’s Jiangxi Province, on Tuesday.

The reigning world champion was beaten 5-2 by Lee Walker, giving the Welshman his first win in the final stages of an event this season.

Walker told World Snooker: “He didn’t play his best today, but when he does not many people can beat him so I’m over the moon.

“I obviously felt pressure at the end because it is a great win. However, you can settle a bit because nobody expects you to win.”

Meanwhile, in another major upset former world champion Shaun Murphy was beaten 5-2 by Daniel Wells.

Murphy revealed he had been struggling with a neck injury sustained during travel from the Indian Open last week.

He said: “I was in real pain throughout the match. In one way I’m relieved the match is over, but I don’t want to take anything away from Daniel.”

Ding Junhui was a 5-3 winner over home favorite Zhang Anda, while Mark Allen beat Oliver Lines 5-1 to reach the last 32.

(SD-Agencies)

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