We have seen Selby & O’Sullivan competing in the best of 17 frames at Milton Keynes .

On reaching day 7 of the tournament we have seen more than 86 centuries with Zhou Yuelong achieving the only 147 and is at the top of the leader board.                   

The finals half ended with Selby 6-2 lead. It finally ended with Mark Selby winning 9-3 over Ronnie O’Sullivan and lifting the Stephen Hendry Scottish Open trophy again for 2020 and a cheque for £70,000.

Tomorrow we also see the start of the The 2020 Coral World Grand Prix which will run from December 14th to 20th in Milton Keynes.

It’s the first in a series of three events, with players earning places based on their position in the one-year ranking list. Only the top 32 on that list make it to the World Grand Prix. Neil Robertson won the World Grand Prix in Cheltenham in February 2020, beating Graeme Dott 10-8 in the final.