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The Scot showed his class in multiple frames, pinching them from behind, which were almost as impressive as the maximum break. The match was poised at going into the final session and when Higgins grabbed a lead at , it seemed that he had got his man, but the underdog battled hard to win the next three and get over the line and into the last eight.
Higgins took an early lead in the epic struggle, winning the first two frames, but Maflin showed he was not there to be bowled over, winning the next four on the spin.
It took a century from the Scot to stop the rot in the eighth but Maflin rounded off the first session with a break of 81 to take a lead. The Norwegian dropped the first frame on Thursday morning but breaks of 64 and 97 opened up a substantial lead again at The underdog was not to be deterred, making 81 in the 14th frame, but Higgins won the next two with a pair of half-centuries and the second session ended at He perhaps just started to feel the nerves at this stage, though, as the four-time world champion delved into his famous pool of resolve.
Higgins won the next three frames to take an lead, his first since the first half of the first session. However, Maflin showed incredible bottle to arrest the slide, making breaks of 80 and 75 to retake the lead and go within one of victory.
Holding his nerve. Maflin began playing snooker at the age of four, achieving a high break of 25 by the time he was five.
He increased his time spent at the table practising. As a rated top junior player, Maflin represented England in the Home International series in Prestatyn , North Wales, where England were victorious.
After appearing in the Finals of the English National Championships in the Under and Under categories, he went on to become the first person to retain the English Under national title once held by Paul Hunter in after winning it for the first time in Maflin also appeared twice on BBC1 's popular snooker game show series Junior Big Break: Stars of the Future in , and winning the contestant the grand prize of a holiday in He began his professional career by playing Challenge Tour in , at the time the second-level professional tour.
The same year he won his place on World Snooker 's Main Tour becoming the second youngest professional snooker player in the world at the time.
Despite reaching the last 48 of the Welsh Open before losing to Tony Drago , the rest of Maflin's results were not strong enough to remain on Main Tour, forcing him to return to Challenge Tour.
He moved to Norway with his partner, female snooker player Anita Rizzuti , and nearly gave up snooker, but his interest was revived after an offer from Norwegian businessman Knut Pederson.
Maflin returned to serious competition for the Challenge Tour. Maflin compiled 15 century breaks on his way to victory and had to win 15 consecutive matches.
Maflin had a great run in the non-ranking Masters qualifying tournament , beating the likes of Judd Trump and Jimmy White to reach the final before losing out on a wild card place in the event to Barry Hawkins.
However, his results in the ranking tournaments were disappointing, aside from last 48 appearance at the China Open. Following the black-ball defeat to Gareth Coppack in the first round match of the World Championship he was relegated from the tour, having finished only 82nd in the world rankings.
He followed it by another near-miss the next season, finishing 15th. To make things worse, Maflin suffered a car crash which left him with a six-inch metal plate and seven screws in his shoulder.
However, he struggled for form in the subsequent events until the China Open , in which he defeated Simon Bedford , Jack Lisowski , Dave Harold and Mark King to reach the final stages of a major ranking event for the first time, making four centuries in the progress.
In the last 32 he led Ding Junhui 4—1 but eventually lost 4—5. Maflin was relegated from the tour, however this time he made an immediate return through brand new Q School tournament, having won all his matches in the Event 3.
In the —12 season Maflin reached the fifth qualifying round of the Shanghai Masters. At the venue Maflin defeated Xiao Guodong 5—4, before losing 3—5 to Holt in the last He also reached the last 16 of the Scottish Open scoring his second maximum break along the way to help him finish 23rd on the Order of Merit, inside the top 26 who qualified for the Finals.
Following a strong ending to the previous season, Maflin's performances at the start of the new season were largely unremarkable, until he reached the last 16 of the International Championship.
He faced Graeme Dott and made a 71 break at 5—3 and 61—0 down in points, before taking the match into a deciding frame which he lost.
He continued to struggle into the early months of as he suffered a string of first round exits. Despite making two century breaks, he lost the last three frames to be denied his first ever final by a 6—3 scoreline.
Maflin fell 6—3 down to Fergal O'Brien after the first session, but won six frames in a row the next day to find himself one frame away from the victory; O'Brien then fought back to 9—9, however Maflin survived the tense decider to win 10—9 and secured his debut at the Crucible.
Maflin had chances to complete a shock win in the next two frames but could not take them as Selby recovered to win 10—9.
His first win at the venue stage of a ranking event this season came at the German Masters courtesy of overcoming Marco Fu 5—1 and then lost 5—3 to Luca Brecel.
Maflin qualified for the World Snooker Championship , in the first round against David Gilbert in frame 16 he attempted a but the cueball hit the yellow on its spot after he potted the 14th red on so he was not on the black to continue the maximum, he stuck his middle finger at the cueball and was subsequently warned by the referee for the obscene gesture at the start of the next frame, warned that he would be docked a frame if he repeated such a thing.
He was not fined for misconduct however. He nevertheless won the match, followed by defeating John Higgins , he'd fall to Anthony McGill in the quarter finals.
Maflin married Anita Rizzuti in May They live in Oslo with their son Neon. Anita is an amateur snooker player with whom Maflin participated in the national world cup.
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