Snooker: Judd Trump scrapes past Barry Hawkins
Tuesday 15 January 2013
World No 2 Judd Trump survived a huge scare to seal his spot in the quarter-finals of the Betfair Masters today with a nail-biting 6-5 victory over Barry Hawkins, claiming the win with a superb century.
Trump, tipped for the title this year, looked destined for an early exit after Hawkins rattled off three successive frames from 3-2 down to leave himself within sight of the win.
However, Trump battled back and made no mistake in the final frame as he fired off a break of 107 to claim the win and set up a quarter-final meeting with Graeme Dott.
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