O’Sullivan’s Streak Continues: Secures World Open Final Spot with Victory Over Burden

Ronnie O’Sullivan extended his impressive winning streak to 15 matches by narrowly defeating Alfie Burden 5-3, securing his spot in the final stages of the World Open. Despite facing a tough challenge from world number 98 Burden, who leveled the score at 3-3 with a remarkable century run of 104, O’Sullivan, the seven-time World Champion, responded by making breaks of 83 and 58 to win the next two frames. This victory earned him a place in the final stages of the world ranking event, scheduled to take place from March 18-24 in Yushan, China.

In another notable match, Kyren Wilson delivered a spectacular performance, sweeping aside Jimmy White with a dominant 5-0 win. Wilson started the match with three consecutive century runs of 114, 113, and 121, securing a whitewash victory. Meanwhile, Shaun Murphy achieved a similar result by whitewashing Mohamed Ibrahim 5-0, showcasing impressive runs of 127 and 112.

Other notable results include Iran’s Hossein Vafaei defeating tour rookie Liam Pullen 5-2, and in-form Ali Carter securing a 5-1 victory over Ahmed Elsayed.

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