Judd Trump showed his class as snooker’s world number one, after moving joint third on the sport’s all-time list of century breaks.
The Englishman brought up his 775th ton during his 3-2 Championship League defeat to Jack Lisowski with a break of 115.
The former world champion is in touching distance of second place John Higgins, on 822, with Ronnie O’Sullivan leading the way on 1,079.
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Trump was unable to surpass Hendry's mark on Monday evening, losing 3-1 to Kyren Wilson shortly after his earlier defeat.
Lisowski got a measure of revenge for his German Masters and World Grand Prix final defeats to Trump, twice coming from behind to force a decider, before taking the round robin fixture.
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