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Indian Open Heldover and Last 64 !!

Postby Wildey

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Wednesday 27th of February ~ Sunday 3rd of March at The Grand Hyatt Kochi Bolgatty, Kerala, India

Posponed Since september following the Kerala floods the Indian Open gets underway at last. The Qualifying Rounds of the event took place in August thats 6 months ago that was just after Mark Williams won the World Open thats like a lifetime ago.

John Higgins who is the defending Champion was spared Qualifying so he will start his campaign in Kerala.

Both Neil Robertson and Mark Allen withdrew as did Xiao Guodong.

Players left in and joining John Higgins in Kerala includes Shaun Murphy, Stuart Bingham, Luca Brecel, Jack Lisowski, David Gilbert and Jimmy Robertson.

Who will reach the last 32?

DRAW

Selected last 64 Matches
David Gilbert v Elliot Slessor
Sam Craigie v Liang Wenbo
Stuart Bingham v Peter Lines
Yan Bingtao v Gerard Greene
Fergal O'Brien v Oliver Lines
Robin Hull v Soheil Vahedi
Andy Hicks v Li Yuan
Thepchaiya Un-Nooh v Michael Holt
Alexander Ursenbacher v Graeme Dott
Paul Davison v Mark Davis
Luca Brecel v Ian Burns
Jimmy Robertson v Scott Donaldson
Rory McLeod v Anthony Hamilton
Sam Baird v Zhao Xintong
Chris Wakelin v Stuart Carrington


ORDER OF PLAY

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Re: Indian Open Heldover and Last 64 !!

Postby Wildey

Andre147 wrote:Reminds me of the World qualifiers way back in 92 I think it was.... they were held in September lol.

Back Then All Qualifiers were held in the summer so most players season consisted of sweating in more ways than one for 3 months June to August

Re: Indian Open Heldover and Last 64 !!

Postby Andre147

Wildey wrote:
Andre147 wrote:Reminds me of the World qualifiers way back in 92 I think it was.... they were held in September lol.

Back Then All Qualifiers were held in the summer so most players season consisted of sweating in more ways than one for 3 months June to August


Thats why you got players who qualified who got there with no form at all.

The seeded players would then beat them quite esily, walkovers back then.

Re: Indian Open Heldover and Last 64 !!

Postby Cloud Strife

Badsnookerplayer wrote:
Ash147 wrote:There aren't many big names playing in this, but I can't say that I'm surprised.

Mark Davis is in it.

He was putting in some final practice today.


He said big names. :roll:

Re: Indian Open Heldover and Last 64 !!

Postby Badsnookerplayer

Cloud Strife wrote:
Badsnookerplayer wrote:
Ash147 wrote:There aren't many big names playing in this, but I can't say that I'm surprised.

Mark Davis is in it.

He was putting in some final practice today.


He said big names. :roll:


English Open Semi Finalist! :bird:

Re: Indian Open Heldover and Last 64 !!

Postby SnookerFan

Badsnookerplayer wrote:
Cloud Strife wrote:
Badsnookerplayer wrote:
Ash147 wrote:There aren't many big names playing in this, but I can't say that I'm surprised.

Mark Davis is in it.

He was putting in some final practice today.


He said big names. :roll:


English Open Semi Finalist! :bird:


Finalist.

Re: Indian Open Heldover and Last 64 !!

Postby Wildey

Thepchaiya Un-Nooh will play Michael Holt again on Thursday this time over a massive distance of best of 7 they will proberbly need a rest after 2 frames.

Re: Indian Open Heldover and Last 64 !!

Postby The_Abbott

Dan-cat wrote:
Wildey wrote:Thepchaiya Un-Nooh will play Michael Holt again on Thursday this time over a massive distance of best of 7 they will proberbly need a rest after 2 frames.


rofl

Funny how snooker works out like this sometimes


Almost a days work for the chaps this time. Almost.

Re: Indian Open Heldover and Last 64 !!

Postby SnookerFan

Wildey wrote:Thepchaiya Un-Nooh will play Michael Holt again on Thursday this time over a massive distance of best of 7 they will proberbly need a rest after 2 frames.


If the frame goes longer than ten minutes, they might need a rest after one.

Maybe it's time Hearn implemented mid-frame intervals.

Re: Indian Open Heldover and Last 64 !!

Postby Ash147

SnookerFan wrote:
Wildey wrote:Thepchaiya Un-Nooh will play Michael Holt again on Thursday this time over a massive distance of best of 7 they will proberbly need a rest after 2 frames.


If the frame goes longer than ten minutes, they might need a rest after one.

Maybe it's time Hearn implemented mid-frame intervals.


Re: Indian Open Heldover and Last 64 !!

Postby SnookerFan

Ash147 wrote:
SnookerFan wrote:Thanks for the quote, Ash.


There is a video there, but it doesn't seem to be displaying.


I can see it now, from my works PC.

If you post a video the way you did, it often doesn't show on mobile devices.

Roland needs to sort that out.

Re: Indian Open Heldover and Last 64 !!

Postby SnookerFan

Alex0paul wrote:Two days without snooker is an absolute bucking disgrace!

Sort it out Barry!


There wasn't snooker on yesterday either.... :john:










Just kidding. :evilgrin:

Re: Indian Open Heldover and Last 64 !!

Postby Ash147

SnookerFan wrote:
Ash147 wrote:
SnookerFan wrote:Thanks for the quote, Ash.


There is a video there, but it doesn't seem to be displaying.


I can see it now, from my works PC.

If you post a video the way you did, it often doesn't show on mobile devices.

Roland needs to sort that out.


That's weird, because I can't see it on my work computer. I knew there was an issue with mobile viewing, but I've never had this problem before when I've been at work. :chin:

Re: Indian Open Heldover and Last 64 !!

Postby SnookerFan

Ash147 wrote:
SnookerFan wrote:
Ash147 wrote:
SnookerFan wrote:Thanks for the quote, Ash.


There is a video there, but it doesn't seem to be displaying.


I can see it now, from my works PC.

If you post a video the way you did, it often doesn't show on mobile devices.

Roland needs to sort that out.


That's weird, because I can't see it on my work computer. I knew there was an issue with mobile viewing, but I've never had this problem before when I've been at work. :chin:


I tried to play it, then it said the video was unavailable.

I blame you.