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Wuxi Classic 2012 Qualifiers as they happened

5 June 2012 No Comment

Chen Zhe, Zhang Anda, Yu Delu, Liang Wenbo and Jack Lisowski were all involved in the Wuxi Classic qualifiers, but none of them could make it to the venue. You can read here about their matches and how they fared.

Tuesday 5th of June 2012

“Sleepy” Chen Zhe played and won his first professional match this morning, beating Pankaj Advani from India by 5-4. Chen lead 4-1 but was pegged back to 4-4 by the experienced Advani. However, he held his nerves very well and managed to win the tense decider and the match on the colours. Well done Sleepy!
Alas, there was no happy return to the main tour for Zhang Anda this afternoon as he was beaten 5-3 by the very experienced Rod Lawler, a pro since 1990 . After a strong start, Anda was pegged back 2-2, then 3-3 before Rod Lawler took the last two frames with solid breaks.

Wednesday 6th of June 2012

It wasn’t the best of day for the Grove team as both Chen Zhe and Yu Delu lost their matches today. Chen lost 5-0 to Simon Bedford a pro since 1995, and Yu Delu narrowly lost 4-5 to Rod Lawler another vastly experienced pro.

Thursday 7th of June 2012

Jack Lisowski wasn’t at his best but he still managed a very important win this morning, beating Tony Drago 5-1. Liang Wenbo unfortunately couldn’t get the better of Rod Lawler and lost 3-5. All credit to Rod who dropped out of the MT at the end of 2011/12 but regained his spot right away through the Q-School and looks extremely determined to make the most of it.

Friday 8th of June 2012

Ken Doherty proved too strong for Jack Lisowski and beat him 5-3 this morning.

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