Neil Robertson will face Ronnie O’Sullivan within the Tour Championship final after sweeping past Northern Eire’s Tag Allen 10-6 in Llandudno.
Allen won three straight frames to pull stage at 6-6 within the night session, handiest to lose the next four.
Australian Robertson save collectively three century breaks on his capacity to victory.
His meeting with O’Sullivan is a repeat of the pair’s Players Championship final earlier this month,which O’Sullivan won 10-4.
“I’m in actuality mad to play Ronnie in a handiest-of-25, that would not happen too frequently apart from the World Championships,” Robertson urged ITV4.
“It be an unattainable take a look at to see the place I’m at going into Sheffield because the final final we done it didn’t matter who modified into as soon as the opponent, you can’t play any better than that. Confidently, he drops down from that stage and provides me a pair of more chances.”
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O’Sullivan can supplant Tag Selby at the tip of the sphere rankings if he lifts the trophy.
Robertson would possibly maybe maybe maybe were detained longer on his capacity to their showdown, but Allen passed over a giant probability to exchange the match’s momentum within the 16th and final physique.
He had appeared situation to decided and peg Robertson abet to 9-7, handiest to snooker himself on the final crimson after potting a straightforward blue.
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