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The year-old made a strong start as he reeled off three frames in a row, but Maguire hit back with back-to-back half-century breaks of 67 and 54 to pull within one.
He then took the sixth frame to level before taking the lead for the first time with a break of Another century break of made it but Pang replied with a century of his own and then levelled at to force a decider, which he won to advance.
UK Championship. Walden will next face world No 1 Judd Trump. Williams looked in good touch in the opening frame as a break of 81 saw him take the lead.
Unmittelbar darauf erreichte er auch bei den China Open das Finale, verlor aber erneut: Er unterlag Judd Trump mit Walden lebt in Flintshire in Wales.
Ricky Walden. Namensräume Artikel Diskussion. Ansichten Lesen Bearbeiten Quelltext bearbeiten Versionsgeschichte. He was one of the Young Players of Distinction in a scheme run in , designed to help young players develop their playing and media skills, alongside Shaun Murphy , Stephen Maguire and Ali Carter.
In he won the World Under Championship. Walden began his professional career by playing UK Tour in renamed the Challenge Tour in , at the time the second-level professional tour.
Then he played Challenge Tour in and entered Main Tour. In —06 his best run was to the last 16 in the China Open , which he achieved by beating Stephen Maguire.
He lost to eventual finalist Mark Selby in qualifying for the World Championship. He reached 36 for the —08 season and the same year he reached the last 16 of the Grand Prix , beating John Parrott in qualifying and four top players in the main round-robin stage.
Mark Allen was not impressed with Walden's behaviour during the match and coined the nickname Ricky "The Wally" Walden in his post match interview, which received some criticism from World Snooker.
At the venue he defeated wildcard Zhang Anda , Stephen Hendry , Neil Robertson 5—4, from 1—4 down , Steve Davis in the quarter-finals 5—2, from 0—2 down , and Mark Selby in the semi-final 6—4, from 1—4 down.
Walden made it to the World Championship for the second time in as a seeded player, but was beaten by qualifier Rory McLeod 10—6. After the match, Walden criticised McLeod for what he considered to be a slow and 'boring' style of play, although Walden was only marginally quicker than McLeod.
McLeod responded to the criticism by arguing that Walden was more responsible for the pace of the match. Walden started the —12 season slowly, by losing in qualifying for the first two ranking events of the year.
However, upon resumption in the evening he lost the opening four frames and would eventually lose the match 7—9. Walden played in all 12 of the minor-ranking Players Tour Championship series of events throughout the season, reaching the final in Event 6 , where he lost to Neil Robertson 1—4.
He played Stephen Maguire and was beaten 3—4. Walden's performance in the UK Championship proved to be his best run in the ranking events of the season, as he could not get past the second round in any of the remaining tournaments.
Walden began the season by winning his second ranking event title at the Wuxi Classic. He beat amateur Zhu Yinghui in the first round 5—0 and was leading Joe Perry 4—0 and by 64—0 in the fifth frame, before Perry incredibly went on to level the match.
At the inaugural International Championship Walden saw off Lu Ning in the first round and then kept his concentration at 4—0 up against world number one Mark Selby in the next round to triumph 6—3.
Successive first round losses at the German Masters and Welsh Open ensued, before Walden rediscovered some form at the World Open by eliminating Ebdon 5—2 and Stephen Maguire 5—4, but then lost to reigning champion Mark Allen 1—5 in the quarter-finals.
Walden began using a new cue at the start of the —14 season and lost in the first round of the opening two ranking events, but won the minor-ranking Bluebell Wood Open , defeating Marco Fu 4—3 in the final.
In the Masters , Walden came from 5—2 behind to defeat Barry Hawkins 6—5 in the first round. Walden scored 39 points in the first frame, but nothing thereafter as O'Sullivan compiled points without reply, setting a new professional record.
From 7—7 in the final against Mark Allen , Walden produced three breaks above 50 and a further century to take his third ranking title with a 10—7 victory.
Walden reached his second ranking event final of the season by coming back from 3—0 down against Thepchaiya Un-Nooh at the Indian Open to win 4—3.
After losing 5—4 to Stephen Maguire in the second round of the Australian Goldfields Open , a poor run of form saw Walden fail to advance beyond the last 64 of any of the main ranking events until the PTC Grand Final in March and during that time described his play as the worst in his career.
Walden saw off Barry Hawkins 6—3 to play in a ranking event final in Britain for the first time in his career and won a trio of frames to only trail Mark Allen 7—6, but then lost three frames to lose 10—6.
In the following week he overcame Stuart Bingham 5—1 to play in the semi-finals of the China Open and made a break in the deciding frame against John Higgins.
He also explained that he had been making technical changes with his game and since ditching them and reverting to how he naturally plays the game his play had dramatically improved.
Walden battled through a scrappy match in the opening round of the World Championship in defeating Robbie Williams 10—8 and then lost 13—8 to Higgins.
Walden suffered a bulging disc in his back in December He soon dropped out of the top 16, where he'd been a fixture since Walden's only quarter-final of the —17 season was at the English Open and he lost it 5—2 to Barry Hawkins.
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