2000 Scottish Open (snooker)

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Scottish Open
Tournament information
Dates28 March–9 April 2000
VenueAECC
CityAberdeen
CountryScotland
Organisation(s)WPBSA
FormatRanking event
Total prize fund£400,000
Highest breakEngland Ronnie O'Sullivan (147)
Final
ChampionEngland Ronnie O'Sullivan
Runner-upWales Mark Williams
Score9–1
1999
2001

The 2000 Regal Scottish Open was a professional ranking snooker tournament, that was held from March to April 2000 at the AECC, Aberdeen, Scotland.[1] Stephen Hendry, was the defending champion but he lost 2–5 in the last 16 to Matthew Stevens.[2]

Ronnie O'Sullivan won the tournament by defeating Mark Williams nine frames to one in the final. O'Sullivan made a 147 maximum break in frame four of his 5–4 victory over Quentin Hann in the last 32. Stephen Maguire had also made a 147 in the qualifying stages (not televised) so this marked the first time that two maximum breaks had been made in the same ranking tournament.[3]

Main draw[edit]

[4][5]

Last 64
Best of 9 frames
Last 32
Best of 9 frames
Last 16
Best of 9 frames
Quarter-finals
Best of 9 frames
Semi-finals
Best of 11 frames
Final
Best of 17 frames
                  
Scotland Stephen Hendry 5
Wales Lee Walker 0
Scotland Stephen Hendry 5
England Craig Harrison 2
England Andy Hicks 4
England Craig Harrison 5
Scotland Stephen Hendry 2
Wales Matthew Stevens 5
Wales Matthew Stevens 5
Belgium Patrick Delsemme 1
Wales Matthew Stevens 5
England Steve James 1
England Brian Morgan 2
England Steve James 5
Wales Matthew Stevens 3
Scotland Graeme Dott 5
Republic of Ireland Fergal O'Brien 5
England Mark Gray 1
Republic of Ireland Fergal O'Brien 5
Thailand James Wattana 2
Thailand James Wattana 5
England Peter Lines 2
Republic of Ireland Fergal O'Brien 3
Scotland Graeme Dott 5
England Stephen Lee w/d
England Nick Dyson w/o
England Nick Dyson 3
Scotland Graeme Dott 5
Scotland Graeme Dott 5
England Sean Storey 2
Scotland Graeme Dott 5
England Ronnie O'Sullivan 6
England John Parrott 3
England Ali Carter 5
England Ali Carter 1
Wales Paul Davies 5
Northern Ireland Terry Murphy 3
Wales Paul Davies 5
Wales Paul Davies 1
England Dave Harold 5
England Steve Davis 5
Scotland David McLellan 0
England Steve Davis 0
England Dave Harold 5
England Dave Harold 5
England Mick Price 3
England Dave Harold 1
England Ronnie O'Sullivan 5
England Jimmy White 4
Scotland Marcus Campbell 5
Scotland Marcus Campbell 5
England Ian Brumby 3
Wales Darren Morgan 3
England Ian Brumby 5
Scotland Marcus Campbell 4
England Ronnie O'Sullivan 5
England Ronnie O'Sullivan 5
England Dave Finbow 4
England Ronnie O'Sullivan 5
Australia Quinten Hann 4
Australia Quinten Hann 5
England Wayne Brown 0
England Ronnie O'Sullivan 9
Wales Mark Williams 1
Wales Mark Williams 5
Scotland John Lardner 1
Wales Mark Williams 5
Iceland Kristján Helgason 3
Scotland Jamie Burnett 3
Iceland Kristján Helgason 5
Wales Mark Williams 5
England Mark King 4
England Mark King 5
Scotland Drew Henry 3
England Mark King 5
England Alfie Burden 2
Northern Ireland Joe Swail 4
England Alfie Burden 5
Wales Mark Williams 5
England Anthony Hamilton 2
England Anthony Hamilton 5
England Karl Broughton 1
England Anthony Hamilton 5
Scotland Chris Small 3
Scotland Chris Small 5
England Rod Lawler 3
England Anthony Hamilton 5
Republic of Ireland Ken Doherty 2
Republic of Ireland Ken Doherty 5
England Ian McCulloch 2
Republic of Ireland Ken Doherty 5
England Gary Wilkinson 2
England Gary Wilkinson 5
England Jonathan Birch 4
Wales Mark Williams 6
Hong Kong Marco Fu 5
Scotland Alan McManus 5
Thailand Noppadon Noppachorn 0
Scotland Alan McManus 4
Hong Kong Marco Fu 5
Malta Tony Drago 2
Hong Kong Marco Fu 5
Hong Kong Marco Fu 5
England Gary Ponting 0
England Paul Hunter 2
England Gary Ponting 5
England Gary Ponting 5
Scotland Billy Snaddon 0
Scotland Billy Snaddon 5
England Joe Perry 2
Hong Kong Marco Fu 5
Scotland John Higgins 3
England Peter Ebdon 5
England Stuart Pettman 0
England Peter Ebdon 5
Wales Dominic Dale 3
Wales Dominic Dale 5
Scotland Hugh Abernethy 0
England Peter Ebdon 1
Scotland John Higgins 5
Scotland John Higgins 5
Wales Anthony Davies 2
Scotland John Higgins 5
England Martin Clark 1
England Nigel Bond 2
England Martin Clark 5

Final[edit]

Final: Best of 17 frames.
AECC, Aberdeen, Scotland. 9 April 2000.[4]
Ronnie O'Sullivan
 England
9–1 Mark Williams
 Wales
Afternoon: 75–68 (O'Sullivan 59 + re-spotted black, Williams 68), 85–5 (65), 69–0, 75–13, 65–53 (60), 24–69, 76–48 (67), 79–32 (69)
Evening: 71–0 (57), 94–1 (58)
69 Highest break 68
0 Century breaks 0
7 50+ breaks 1

References[edit]

  1. ^ Layton, Eric. Cuesport Book of Professional Snooker. p. 177.
  2. ^ "Scottish Open". Chris Turner's Snooker Archive. Retrieved 16 January 2018.
  3. ^ mymcmanaman (2007-12-19), 147 by Ronnie O'Sullivan 2000 Scottish Open vs Quinten Hann, retrieved 2019-07-11
  4. ^ a b "Regal Scottish Open 2000". snooker.org. Retrieved 16 January 2018.
  5. ^ "Scottish Open". Snooker Scene. Retrieved 16 January 2018.