Kleckers Stuns Lisowski, Singh Chadha Triumphs, and Allen’s Century Break Highlight Roundup

In a remarkable performance, Lukas Kleckers, the top-ranked German snooker player, secured a decisive 5-2 victory over the 17th-ranked player in the world, Jack Lisowski, earning himself a spot in the final stages of the World Open. This marks Kleckers’ first-ever win against Lisowski, overcoming their previous two encounters. Although Kleckers narrowly missed qualifying for the UK Championship in November, today’s triumph stands out as his most impressive result of the season.

Kleckers demonstrated his prowess with breaks of 133, 61, and 57 during the match. Looking ahead, he sets his sights on a highly anticipated showdown with Judd Trump at the BetVictor German Masters, hosted in Berlin’s iconic Tempodrom next week.

Meanwhile, Ishpreet Singh Chadha from India notched his second season victory by defeating 2015 World Champion Stuart Bingham with a 5-3 scoreline. Singh Chadha clinched the last two frames from a tied score of 3-3 to secure his advancement.

John Higgins, a four-time World Champion, dominated fellow Scot Ross Muir with a convincing 5-1 victory, showcasing runs of 52 and 79 in the process. Mark Allen, the world number three from Northern Ireland, secured a 5-1 win against Estonia’s Andres Petrov, with a high break of precisely 100.

In a closely contested match, China’s Long Zehuang emerged victorious with a 5-4 scoreline against Thailand’s Thepchaiya Un-Nooh. Additionally, Ashley Hugill secured a 5-1 win over Anthony McGill, further shaping the competitive landscape of the tournament.

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