Mitchell Mann (@3.4) vs Lu Haotian (@1.3)
23-09-2019

Our Prediction:

Lu Haotian will win

Mitchell Mann – Lu Haotian Match Prediction | 23-09-2019 21:30

At the Crucible he was drawn against Marco Fu, who had not competed for 4 months due to eye surgery. Lyu won the match 10-5, scoring two century breaks, becoming the youngest player to win a match at the Crucible since Ronnie O'Sullivan in 1995. Despite trailing 4-0 and 8-3, he levelled the scores at 9-9, but ultimately lost 13-10. In the second round he faced Barry Hawkins.

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Lyu started his first season as a professional by beating Rod Lawler 52 to qualify for the Wuxi Classic where he faced Craig Steadman and won 53 to progress into the last 32.[10] He was then whitewashed 50 by Ali Carter in the subsequent round.[11] He also qualified for the Indian Open, but lost 41 to Thanawat Thirapongpaiboonin the first round.[10] In October, Lyu reached the first final of his career at the minor-ranking Zhengzhou Open in his homeland.

Derniers rsultats de Haotian, Lyu

Lyu also reached the first round of the 2013 China Open courtesy of the withdrawal of Mark Joyce in the wildcard round. At the 2012 International Championship in China he reached the quarter-finals with a 65 defeat of Dominic Dale of Wales in the last 16,[5] before losing 26 to former world champion Neil Robertson.[7]In February 2013, he reached the first round of the 2013 World Open beating professional player Simon Bedford 52 in the wildcard round before losing 05 to Mark Selby.

At the start of the 2012/2013 season Lyu won his first ever competitive match in a professional tournament by beating Qiu Yalong 41 in the first Asian Players Tour Championship.

At the UK Championship, Lyu defeated Cao Yupeng 64 before losing 61 to Marco Fu in the second round.[15] He qualified for the Indian Open thanks to a 42 win over Dominic Dale and, after coming through a wildcard match in New Delhi, he was eliminated 41 in the first round by Tian Pengfei.

Lyu reached his second ranking semi-final in the China Championship, in Guangzhou in September, beating Joe Perry, Shaun Murphy and Martin O'Donnell, before losing 6-3 to John Higgins. After this, his form collapsed, losing 7 of his next 8 matches, his only win being against his practice partner Fan Zhengyi in the Scottish Open. However, at the Indian Open in March, he produced his best result to date, beating Zhou Yuelong, Luke Simmonds, Andy Hicks, Mark Davis and Anthony Hamilton to reach his first ranking final. The result lifted him into the top 32 in the rankings for the first time. However, after leading 3-2, he lost to Matthew Selt 5-3.

He fell behind 5-9, before winning 5 straight frames to take the match 10-9. In the final round he continued his run by beating Rory McLeod 10-2, winning the last 9 frames, to qualify for the main event at the Crucible for the first time. At the qualifying for the 2018 World Snooker Championship he beat Fang Xiongman 10-8, before playing Martin O'Donnell.