Australia’s Neil Robertson made an interesting World Championship 147 greatest break, yet at the same time collided with a 13-12 loss against Jack Lisowski on Monday.
Robertson recorded just the twelfth 147 throughout the entire existence of the competition as he struggled to no end to stay away from a subsequent round exit at the Crucible Theater in Sheffield. 안전놀이터
It was Robertson’s fifth profession 147 and the first in the World Championship since John Higgins in 2020.
He celebrated by raising his arms high up before Lisowski offered a warm handshake, while play momentarily halted on the other table as Anthony McGill and Judd Trump joined the congrats.
The 40-year-old’s essential break moved him to inside one edge of Lisowski, who drove 10-9 in the best of 25 casings conflict.
In any case, regardless of utilizing the force from his 147 to push forward 11-10, Robertson couldn’t get to the end goal.
Lisowski made breaks of 88 and 72 to reverse the situation in a fittingly emotional end to one of the competition’s most arresting experiences.
Floated by his 147, Robertson stayed cheery and promised not to allow the misfortune to discolor a fruitful season.
“I’ve had the outright time of dreams. At the point when I consider it, I won three of the greatest four occasions coming into this and beat a few astounding players in those competitions,” he said.
“On the off chance that I’d proceeded to win here, it would presumably have been the best season anybody has had in the game.
“To finish it off with the 147 before a stuffed group is only the cherry on the cake truly for what has been a unimaginable season.
“It’s on everybody’s list of must-dos to make a 147 at the Crucible and my mum was in the group too!”
Robertson’s accomplishment will net him a portion of the £15,000 ($19,000) high break prize with Graeme Dott, who made a greatest in qualifying, in addition to £40,000 for doing it in the competition’s last stages.
The previous world number one lifted his main World Championship title in his solitary appearance in the last in 2010.