|Venue: Crucible Theatre, Sheffield Dates: 31 July-16 August|
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England’s Kyren Wilson fought back to level his World Championship semi-final against Scotland’s Anthony McGill at 8-8 after the second session.
Trailing 6-2 overnight, Wilson knocked in the first century break of the match in the day’s opening frame.
Wilson, who beat 2019 champion Judd Trump in the previous round, also made a century in the 14th frame but McGill potted just 47 balls all session.
The best-of-33 match resumes at 19:00 BST and will conclude on Friday.
Eighth seed Wilson followed his break of 100 in the ninth frame with a score off 77 in the next to cut the gap to 6-4.
McGill stopped the rot by taking the 11th frame after his opponent had missed a difficult red, but another mistake by the Scot during a safety exchange saw Wilson reduce the deficit once again with a 73 break.
However, the Englishman then made errors of his own as world number 39 McGill won another frame.
Wilson recovered in impressive style with a clearance of 116 after McGill had left a red in the jaws following a re-rack in the 14th.
The 28-year-old drew to within a single frame at 8-7 with breaks of 44 and 46 either side of a missed red to the middle by McGill, and having opened his account in the final frame with a three-ball plant, he eventually closed it out 76-0.
Both players are looking to make their first World Championship final, where they would play either five-time winner Ronnie O’Sullivan or three-time champion Mark Selby.
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