Netease Sports reported on September 29:
The first stage of the 2020 Snooker Champions League match reignited the flames. Although Robertson scored three shots in three games, he still lost to Dahdi and was out of the game. Dahti joined hands with Switzerland's Usenbach to break the siege. Enter the second stage.
For the first time this season, the Champions League appeared in the form of a ranked match. A total of 128 players participated. The first stage was divided into 32 groups. After a round robin, the first group entered the second stage. The previous 16 groups competed, including the world ranking. First Trump, Shinco European Masters champion Selby and others have all successfully broken through.
In the 17th group competition, the star Robertson's first match with Dahdi was upset by his opponent. Robertson lost in the first two games and fell into a 0-2 unfavorable situation. Dahdi scored 50 points in the second game. In the third game, Robertson won with 70 points on a single stroke, but lost to his opponent in the fourth game. The final total score was 1-3.
In the second game against Sharaf, Robertson was unfavorable, and his opponent scored 78 points in the first game. In the second and third innings, Robertson found the touch, broke 100 points in two consecutive shots, and scored 100 points and 124 points in a single shot to achieve a 2-1 lead. In the fourth game, Sharaff won with 64 points. Robertson had no choice but to accept a 2-2 draw.
In the third scene against Andrew Higginson, Robertson took the initiative, 52 points per stroke in the first game, 125 points per stroke in the third game, and the total score swept the opponent 3-0. Although the state is getting better, Robertson still can only occupy with 1 win, 1 draw and 1 loss. With 4 points, he ranked second in the group and was eliminated. After Dahdi defeated Robertson 3-1, he won Higgins 3-0. In the third game, he drew 2-2 with Sharaf, with 2 wins, 1 tie and 7 points.
In the 11th group, Switzerland's Usenbach won 2 wins and 1 tie to get the qualification. In the first game, Usenbach won Parsons 3-1. In the second game, he defeated German Klerks 3-0. In the third game, he fought McGill to 2-2. Tomorrow’s Champions League will compete in the 19th and 20th groups, and Yan Bingtao will play in the 20th group.