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UK Championship: Jr. Trump Dung Junoy and Neil Robertson in two rounds

Rony O & Zullivan knocked out of the junior tamp final of the Northern Ireland Open earlier this month.
Betwa UK Championship
Venue: York barbican Dates: 27 November-9 December
Coverage: BBC One, BBC One, BBC Red Button, Connect TV, BBC Sports website and mobile app.

In the two opening rounds, the pair comprised Jung Trump champions Ding Junié and Neil Robertson.

In the 2011 World Cup, Trout scored a 4-0 lead in the 128-run defeat. This was 6-0 when he scored 113 runs.

The trump said, "Well," the scoreline was "flattering".

"I made two major clearances, but I feel like I'm equal," said 29-year-old BBC guy Sports.

"This is a new tournament, a new forum, a variety of situations, so you're trying to try it right now.

"Here's a fortune, but I do not want to be so harsh on myself, you do not want to play your best stuff in the tournament".

Curen Wilson and the 11th World Football Player were handed down by Hong Kong's Andy Lee, who beat 6-0.

Wilson, who has not been able to progress beyond the third round of the UK Championship, said: "Wilson is a good start and a good performance.

"I have not played here well, but it is a big tournament, and I want to do it better."

The two winners will not waste time

Neil Robertson won the British championship in 2013 and 2015

China's Din, 2005 and 2009 champions were among the first winners of the summit. But it was Adho Stephenva's best performance. 6-1.

In the World Rankings, 10th Robertson, who won twice in York Barbeque, won the first year's Professional Kishan Hirani 6-2.

Chinese tennis player Jack Livowski lost 6-7 to Japan's Zhang Xianking.

The 27-year-old, who finished fifth in the ATP rankings, reached the quarter-finals with a score of 82, 120, 56, 53, 51 and 115 in the eighth place.

The 49-year-old former world champion Ken Doherty won the record by defeating Chinese Juan Siju 6-2.

London Olympic champion Ronnie O'Sullivan is the sixth time champion.

"I'm waiting for that," he said. "If Ronnie can not afford anything, I will give him a chance, but I can succeed and enjoy it."

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