Mark Selby defeated Zhou Yuelong 5-2 to reach the semi-finals of the English Open.
Selby took the day's first frame but Yuelong quickly levelled the scores, before a break of 51 took him to a 66-59 win to take the lead.
That would be his last success of the day.
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Selby scored two fifty-plus breaks in the fourth frame to make it 2-2, before scrappy wins in the next two frames left him one from victory.
A break of 56 helped him reach 87 in the seventh frame, with Yuelong unable to make a dent on the scoreboard.
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