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Sport Defending champion Marco Fu makes second round of Scottish Open

02:20  12 december  2017
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Ronnie O'Sullivan reaches third round of Scottish Open

  Ronnie O'Sullivan reaches third round of Scottish Open Ronnie O'Sullivan progressed to the third round of the Scottish Open with victory over Robert Milkins at the Emirates Arena in Glasgow on Wednesday. O'Sullivan, who won his sixth UK Championship last Sunday, made century breaks of 112 and 101 on his way to beating Milkins 4-1.The five-time world champion will next play Li Hang, who beat Jamie Curtis-Barrett 4-1.Scot John Higgins made breaks of 144, 138 and 108 in beating Christopher Keogan 4-1 while defending champion Marco Fu beat China's Fang Xiongman 4-2.

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Marco Fu began the defence of his Dafabet Scottish Open title in emphatic fashion after a comfortable 4-0 first round victory over Duane Jones in Glasgow.

The world number nine, who came from 4-1 down to defeat home favourite John Higgins in a 9-4 victory last year, edged past his Welsh opponent in the opening three frames before sealing his win with a wonderful 101 break at the Emirates Arena.

Stephen Maguire overcame his Betway UK Championship semi-defeat to eventual champion Ronnie O'Sullivan with a convincing 4-0 success against Alex Borg, racking up breaks of 60 and 95, while Judd Trump also advanced by the same scoreline in his first round match with Robin Hull.

Higgins hit three half-centuries to progress to the second round with a 4-1 win against Jack Lisowski, Ricky Walden beat Billy Joe Castle 4-2, while there were victories for Dominic Dale, Michael White and David Grace in the best-of-seven format.

World number seven Barry Hawkins was among the first round casualties following a 4-2 defeat to Jamie Jones, 2006 world champion Graeme Dott also lost by the same scoreline to Rory McLeod and Martin Gould fell to a final-frame defeat to Thailand's Noppon Saengkham.

Neil Robertson ousted by Mark Joyce in final-frame decider at York .
Neil Robertson crashed out of the UK Championship and also saw his hopes of qualifying for next month's Masters brought to an end after defeat in York. Robertson lost a third-round thriller 6-5 to world number 42 Mark Joyce, who produced a superb clearance to pink of 42 in the deciding frame to move through to round four.The Australian two-time former UK champion needed to win to retain any hope of qualifying for the lucrative top-16 event, which he is now destined to miss for the first time since 2006.

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