Miah Secures Place at Cheltenham Tournament

In an impressive upset at the Cazoo British Open in Cheltenham, Hammad Miah, ranked 109th in the world, secured a hard-fought 4-3 victory over Zhou Yuelong, a player positioned 84 places higher. Despite Zhou’s initial strong performance, including a break of 105 in the opening frame and a 2-0 lead, Miah made a remarkable comeback, winning four of the last five frames, with his highest break reaching 61.

Continuing the trend of unexpected outcomes, Ricky Walden, a prominent world number 20, experienced defeat at the hands of a lower-ranked adversary, Xu Si, who displayed remarkable form and clinched a commanding 4-0 victory, highlighted by a top break of 67.

The standout performance of the day came from Robbie Williams, who achieved the highest break of 134 during a dominant 4-0 triumph over Pang Junxu. Dominic Dale also showcased his prowess with runs of 91, 67, and 54, securing a 4-1 victory over Mark Joyce.

Oliver Lines displayed his skills with a top score of 71 in a decisive 4-0 win against his practice partner, Liam Pullen. Meanwhile, Oliver Brown demonstrated nerves of steel, executing a crucial 79 clearance in the final frame to secure a narrow 4-3 victory over Himanshu Jain.

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