Kyren Wilson, one of the rising stars from England, unveiled his potting and break-building prowess with runs of 119 and 105 to put out compatriot Ben Woolaston 4-1 and to qualify for the pre-quarter-finals of the Indian Open World ranking snooker tournament here yesterday.
The 23-year-old Wilson, ranked 60, put in a polished performance while taking out Woolaston who was not given any chance to repeat his great escape act of the previous round when he turned back a 67-point deficit in the final frame to beat Yu Delu 4-3.
Woolaston won the first frame quite comfortably. But he was simply blown off by Wilson's strong reply in the form of 119, 52, 105 and 75 in the next four frames.
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