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Rotterdam Open 2013

18 July 2013 No Comment

The pro stage of the Rotterdam Open was played in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, on 19-21 July 2013. Grove’s Jack and Judd were involved and played their first matches on Saturday, 20 July. Jack lost in the last 64 and Judd in the last 32

Last 128

Jack Lisowski 4-1 Matt Couch
Jack was clearly the better scorer and made a few good breaks. However he only won one frame in one visit with the highest break of the match, a 69. He clearly wasn’t at his best but he did enough to win comfortably.

Judd Trump 4-0 Vinnie Calabrese
Vinnie was first in with a good chance in the first frame and lead 47-0. But Judd managed to step in and nick the frame. From there the young Australian rookie somehow faded away and Judd won easily despite a highest break of only 70.

Last 64

Anthony Hamilton 4-0 Jack Lisowski
Jack’s highest break in the match was … 11. Enough said. Anthony’s break building was good as it usually is and his safety game matched it. He didn’t give Jack many chances.

Judd Trump 4-0 Mark Joyce
Mark started strongly making a 65 at his first visit in frame 1, only for Judd to steal it with a 67. Judd then made a 94 in the second frame, won the third with 49 and 24 and finished the job with a 113.

Last 32

Judd Trump 3-4 Jimmy Robertson
Judd narrowly lost to Jimmy despite scoring 72 and 125. He came from 1-3 down to force a decider, winning a very close 6th frame by only 2 points, with a good 40 to seal it. The decider was extremely tense – none of the players made any break over 16 – but eventually it was Jimmy who took it on the final colors.

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