World No 1 Neil Robertson sets up home semi with No 2 Mark Selby

Last Updated: 12/07/13 3:34pm

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World number one Neil Robertson hit three centuries on his way to booking a place in the Australian Goldfields Open semi-final on Friday.

The home favourite bagged a hat-trick of hundreds as he stormed passed Joe Perry 5-2 in the ranking tournament in Bendigo, Victoria.

Robertson will now come up against world number two Mark Selby who produced a resilient performance to defeat Mark Davis.

The Leicester man surrendered a 3-0 lead as Davis levelled the scores before Selby registered breaks of 66 and 65 to take the victory.

Australian Open Semi-Finals

Neil Robertson (1) v Mark Selby (2)
Marco Fu (18) v Robert Milkins (17)

Marco Fu's search for a second ranking title will continue after he made light work of Dominic Dale to secure a place in the last four.

Breaks of 131 and 130 helped the man from Hong Kong complete a routine 5-1 victory over the Welshman.

Fu will now face world number 17 Robert Milkins after the 37-year-old overcame Tom Ford 5-3.

Both semi-finals will take place on Saturday with the final starting at 2pm local time on Sunday.

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