Jack Lisowski surprisingly beat Mark Selby 6-4 to book his place against Judd Trump in the World Grand Prix final. After a series of breaks over a half-century and a reserve of 110, Lisowski had established a 5-1 lead and looked on his way to a comfortable victory.
But Selby, last week’s Scottish Open champion, returned as he completed the turnaround with a 143 break in the seventh frame, the best of the tournament to date. Jack Lisowski beat Mark Selby! #SnookerOutOfThisWorld pic.twitter.com/vIcINNg9M4- World Snooker Tour (@WeAreWST) December 19, 2020 The world number four then developed its own momentum to take the next two frames and reduce the gap to 5-4. A 78 break secured a 6-4 win. After clearing 52, Selby then looked to be on track to level the match, but was unable to complete the frame as he clipped a red while using the spider rack. After being allowed back on the table, Lisowski, ranked 15th in the world, recovered his composure and cleared a 78 to secure a memorable victory.