Neil Robertson claimed his semi-final win over Ronnie O’Sullivan at the Champion of Champions represented one of one of the best matches of his illustrious profession.
The match went down to a deciding body in Coventry, with the Australian making a clearance of 90 to take the spoils.
The 37-year-old held his nerve within the 11th and ultimate body to attain Sunday’s showpiece occasion the place he will face the winner of Saturday’s second semi-final between Judd Trump and Mark Allen.
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‘It’s positively one of one of the best matches I’ve been concerned in,’ Robertson advised ITV Sport.
‘Both gamers performed to a unbelievable degree and the group loved it. Ronnie was very aggressive and saved me underneath stress so I had to reply and be aggressive as nicely.
‘He has had the better of me in the past four or five matches, but when you get your chance, you have to take it.’