2001 Scottish Open (snooker)

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Regal Scottish Open
Tournament information
Dates8–15 April 2001
VenueAECC
CityAberdeen
CountryScotland
Organisation(s)WPBSA
FormatRanking event
Total prize fund£438,050
Winner's share£62,000
Final
ChampionEngland Peter Ebdon
Runner-upRepublic of Ireland Ken Doherty
Score9–7
2000
2002

The 2001 Regal Scottish Open was a professional ranking snooker tournament that took place between 8–15 April 2001 at the AECC in Aberdeen, Scotland. It was the seventh and penultimate ranking event of the 2000/2001 season.

Peter Ebdon won the title by defeating Ken Doherty 9–7 in the final. The defending champion, Ronnie O'Sullivan, was defeated by Mark Davis in the second round.[1]

Main draw[edit]

[2][3]

  Last 48
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
                                                         
26 Malta Tony Drago 1     1 England Ronnie O'Sullivan 1  
77 England Mark Davis 5     77 England Mark Davis 5  
  77 England Mark Davis 5  
  22 England Mark King 1  
22 England Mark King 5 15 Hong Kong Marco Fu 4
33 Scotland Jamie Burnett 2     22 England Mark King 5  
  77 England Mark Davis 3  
  7 Republic of Ireland Ken Doherty 5  
31 England Joe Perry 2     13 England Dave Harold 4  
46 Republic of Ireland Michael Judge 5     46 Republic of Ireland Michael Judge 5  
  46 Republic of Ireland Michael Judge 3
  7 Republic of Ireland Ken Doherty 5  
27 Thailand James Wattana 5 7 Republic of Ireland Ken Doherty 5
England Munraj Pal 1     27 Thailand James Wattana 2  
  7 Republic of Ireland Ken Doherty 6  
  14 England Paul Hunter 3  
30 Northern Ireland Terry Murphy 1     5 England Stephen Lee 4  
Republic of Ireland David McDonnell 5     Republic of Ireland David McDonnell 5  
  Republic of Ireland David McDonnell 2
  14 England Paul Hunter 5  
28 England Brian Morgan 4 14 England Paul Hunter 5
Wales Ryan Day 5     Wales Ryan Day 3  
  14 England Paul Hunter 5
  16 Northern Ireland Joe Swail 2  
24 Scotland Billy Snaddon 5     16 Northern Ireland Joe Swail 5  
38 England Ian McCulloch 3     24 Scotland Billy Snaddon 1  
  16 Northern Ireland Joe Swail 5
  92 England Ali Carter 1  
32 Australia Quinten Hann 3 4 Scotland Stephen Hendry 2
92 England Ali Carter 5     92 England Ali Carter 5  
7 Republic of Ireland Ken Doherty 7
12 England Peter Ebdon 9
17 England Steve Davis 5     3 Scotland John Higgins 5  
England Mark Gray 0     17 England Steve Davis 3  
  3 Scotland John Higgins 4  
  29 Scotland Drew Henry 5  
29 Scotland Drew Henry 5 9 Republic of Ireland Fergal O'Brien 3
64 England Steve James 4     29 Scotland Drew Henry 5  
  29 Scotland Drew Henry 5  
  6 Wales Matthew Stevens 4  
20 Wales Dominic Dale 3     11 England Anthony Hamilton 5  
55 England David Roe 5     55 England David Roe 2  
  11 England Anthony Hamilton 0
  6 Wales Matthew Stevens 5  
23 England Nigel Bond 5 6 Wales Matthew Stevens 5
50 England Alfie Burden 2     23 England Nigel Bond 1  
  29 Scotland Drew Henry 4
  12 England Peter Ebdon 6  
18 England Jimmy White 3     8 Scotland Alan McManus 5  
100 Scotland Stephen Maguire 5     100 Scotland Stephen Maguire 0  
  8 Scotland Alan McManus 5
  10 England John Parrott 1  
21 Scotland Chris Small 5 10 England John Parrott 5
37 England Bradley Jones 3     21 Scotland Chris Small 2  
  8 Scotland Alan McManus 2
  12 England Peter Ebdon 5  
19 Scotland Graeme Dott 5     12 England Peter Ebdon 5  
England Antony Bolsover 2     19 Scotland Graeme Dott 3  
  12 England Peter Ebdon 5
  2 Wales Mark Williams 2  
25 Wales Darren Morgan w/d 2 Wales Mark Williams 5
52 England David Gray w/o     52 England David Gray 4  

Final[edit]

Final: Best of 17 frames.
AECC, Aberdeen, Scotland, 15 April 2001.[2]
Peter Ebdon (12)
 England
9–7 Ken Doherty (7)
 Ireland
Afternoon: 66–67 (Ebdon 66, Doherty 59), 82–16 (60), 109–0 (55), 84–0 (84), 1–88 (88), 107–6 (79), 51–78, 0–76
Evening: 60–38, 35–62, 57–69, 73–0, 64–53, 24–87, 58–57 (Doherty 52), 62–23
84 Highest break 88
0 Century breaks 0
5 50+ breaks 3

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Scottish Open". Chris Turner's Snooker Archive. Archived from the original on 30 September 2010. Retrieved 20 December 2017.
  2. ^ a b "Regal Scottish Open 2001". Snooker.org. Retrieved 20 December 2017.
  3. ^ "Scottish Open". Snooker Scene. Retrieved 20 December 2017.