The scramble for places in the final stages of the China Open comes to a conclusion this afternoon.
Already through is Leicester pro Mark Selby, who edged Mark Davis 5-4 this afternoon.
Selby reached the semi-finals in Shanghai in 2002, beating Stephen Hendry and Ronnie O'Sullivan.
He also beat the then 14 year-old Ding Jun Hui 5-2 in the wildcard round - the Chinese prodigy's first outing in the major competitive arena.
Selby recalled: "It was the first big match Ding had ever played and he was only 14. He handled himself really well and I said to my friend afterwards that I thought he looked a bit special.
“He’s turned out to be very special. You certainly wouldn’t want to draw him these days."