Last year’s runner up Kyren Wilson is into the final four of the World Snooker Championship following an impressive 13-8 win over Neil Robertson.
The two men began the morning session at the Crucible locked at 8-8 before Wilson was able to take control.
A miserable morning for the Australian saw him lose all five frames and Wilson kept his composure to ease into the semi-final.
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A combination of errors from Robertson and clinical play from Wilson saw the latter open up a commanding lead.
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Robertson struggled to get going and toiled on the baize having put himself in a good position earlier in the match.
For Wilson, the reward is a meeting with either Shaun Murphy and Judd Trump as he looks to make amends for his loss to Ronnie O’Sullivan in last year’s final.
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On the other table, Mark Selby was at something close to his best form as he refused to allow Mark Williams even a sniff at a semi-final spot.
Resuming with a lead of 6-2, the three-time former World Champions raced away with the match, opening up a lead of eight frames.
Williams looked to salvage some pride with a 79 break to make it 10-3 but that, and a delightful four-cushion break, was to be the extent of his joy in the session.
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Selby made sure of his place in the final four, taking the next three frames in something of a procession.
The winner of Anthony McGill and Stuart Bingham awaits next.
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