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Robertson, Mink win the inaugural World Mixed Doubles title

MILTON KEYNES: The blended pair of Australian and Thai cueists Neil Robertson and Mink Nutcharut outshined Mark Selby and Rebecca Kenna within the closing to win the inaugural Mixed Doubles.

In an exhilarating closing of the championship, the pair of Robertson and Nutcharut outpowered Selby and Kenna by the scores of 4-2 within the Best of Seven.

The all-English pair of Selby and Kenna have been off to a flying begin because the duo pulled forward with an early 1-Zero lead after an impactful break of 40 from Selby that firmed their grip on the opening body.

Robertson and Mink, nonetheless, have been fast to react and so they did so emphatically by claiming the subsequent two frames and clinching the lead for the primary time after the third body.

The pair additional enhanced their domination over Selby and Kenna as they claimed the fourth and their third total body to move throughout the victory.

With their rivals one body inside from lifting the title, the English pair ante their stage as much as bounce again and sealed the fifth body to chop Robertson-Mink’s result in 3-2.

The English pair, nonetheless, remained unable to emulate the result of the earlier body and to pressure a decider as Nutcharut trapped Rebecca behind a brown to depart an ideal security after failing to pot an extended crimson.

Rebecca although managed to flee from the snooker, nonetheless, left the crimson on the underside left. Robertson then made no mistake to grab the chance and effortlessly cleared the desk together with outrageous flukes on the yellow and inexperienced for 47 and the title.


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