Chengdu results

October 27 - November 3, Sichuan International Tennis Centre, Chengdu, China

Last Updated: 03/11/13 5:35pm

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Ding Junhui (Chn) 10-9 Marco Fu (Hkg)

Semi-finals

Marco Fu (Hkg) 9-8 Joe Perry (Eng)
Ding Junhui (Chn) 9-7 Graeme Dott (Sco) 9-7

Quarter-finals

Joe Perry (Eng) 6-1 Ryan Day (Wal)
Marco Fu (Hkg) 6-5 Mark Selby (Eng)
Graeme Dott (Sco) 6-3 Liang Wenbo (Chn)
Ding Junhui (Chn) 6-3 Peter Ebdon (Eng)

Third round

Ryan Day (Wal) 6-3 Fergal O'brien (Irl)
Joe Perry (Eng) 6-4 Mark Allen (NIrl)
Marco Fu (Hkg) 6-2 Zhao Xintong (Chn)
Mark Selby (Eng) 6-1 Stuart Bingham (Eng)
Peter Ebdon (Eng) 6-5 Neil Robertson (Aus)
Ding Junhui (Chn) 6-1 Matthew Stevens (Wal)
Graeme Dott (Sco) 6-5 Kurt Maflin (Nor)
Liang Wenbo (Chn) 6-1 Mark Davis (Eng)

Second Round

Mark Davis (Eng) 6-3 Stuart Carrington (Eng)
Mark Allen (NIrl) 6-4 Dave Harold (Eng)
Matthew Stevens (Wal) 6-2 John Higgins (Sco)
Joe Perry (Eng) 6-3 David Gilbert (Eng)
Kurt Maflin (Nor) 6-2 Mark Williams (Wal)
Ryan Day (Wal) 6-4 Alan Mcmanus (Sco)
Marco Fu (Hkg) 6-4 Xiao Guodong (Chn)
Graeme Dott (Sco) 6-1 Kyren Wilson (Eng)
Ding Junhui (Chn) 6-3 James Wattana (Tha)
Fergal O'brien (Irl) 6-4 Rod Lawler (Eng)
Stuart Bingham (Eng) 6-4 Martin Gould (Eng)
Liang Wenbo (Chn) 6-4 Ronnie O'sullivan
Peter Ebdon (Eng) 6-5 Mark Joyce (Eng)
Zhao Xintong (Chn) 6-1 Barry Hawkins (Eng)
Neil Robertson (Aus) 6-1 Thepchaiya Un-Nooh (Tha)
Mark Selby (Eng) 6-4 Peter Lines (Eng)
Fergal O'brien (Irl) 6-4 Rod Lawler (Eng)

First Round

Mark Allen (NIrl) 6-1 Tian Pengfei (Chn)
Dave Harold (Eng) 6-4 Pankaj Advani (Ind)
Joe Perry (Eng) 6-5 Jamie Jones (Wal)
Stuart Bingham (Eng) w/o Robin Hull (Fin)
Martin Gould (Eng) 6-3 Matthew Selt (Eng)
Mark Joyce (Eng) w/o Allister Carter (Eng)
John Higgins (Sco) 6-2 Joe Swail (NIrl)
Matthew Stevens (Wal) 6-4 Rory McLeod (Eng)
Graeme Dott (Sco) 6-4 Michael White (Wal)
Kurt Maflin (Nor) 6-2 Robert Milkins (Eng)
Mark Davis (Eng) 6-4 Oliver Brown (Eng)
Stuart Carrington (Eng) 6-4 Michael Leslie (Sco)
Liang Wenbo (Chn) 6-3 Li Yan (Chn)
Ronnie O'Sullivan (Eng) 6-2 Anthony McGill (Sco)
Alan McManus (Sco) 6-5 Judd Trump (Eng)
Neil Robertson (Aus) 6-4 Alex Davies (Eng)
Mark Selby (Eng) 6-0 Jamie Burnett (Sco)
David Gilbert (Eng) 6-4 Shaun Murphy (Eng)
Peter Ebdon (Eng) 6-2 Jack Lisowski (Eng)
Mark Williams (Eng) 6-2 Paul S Davison (Eng)
James Wattana (Tha) 6-5 Gary Wilson (Eng)
Ryan Day (Wal) 6-4 Mike Dunn (Eng)
Barry Hawkins (Eng) 6-2 Jimmy White (Eng)
Peter Lines (Eng) 6-3 Mark King (Eng)
Thepchaiya Un-Nooh (Tha) 6-1 Zhang Anda (Chn)
Zhao Xintong (Chn) 6-2 Craig Steadman (Eng)
Marco Fu (Hkg) 6-2 Adam Duffy (USA)
Xiao Guodong (Chn) 6-2 Alfie Burden (Eng)
Rod Lawler (Eng) 6-3 Aditya Mehta (Ind)
Kyren Wilson (Eng) 6-3 Stephen Maguire (Sco)
Fergal O'Brien (Irl) 6-4 Ben Woollaston (Eng)
Ding Junhui (Chn) 6-5 Cao Yupeng (Chn)

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