Stephen Maguire (@1.57) vs Thepchaiya Un-Nooh (@2.38)
16-10-2019

Our Prediction:

Stephen Maguire will win

Stephen Maguire – Thepchaiya Un-Nooh Match Prediction | 16-10-2019 05:00

He received the Thai nomination to compete on the snooker tour for the 2012/2013 season.[4] As a new player on the tour he needed to win four matches to reach the main stage of the ranking events.

Un-Nooh defeated defending champion Ding Junhui in the first round of the Indian Open, calling it his biggest win after the match.

Un-Nooh scored his first professional win at the 2015 Six-red World Championship in Bangkok, Thailand. He beat world champion Stuart Bingham and former UK Champion Judd Trump en route to a final with China's Liang Wenbo, which he won 82 in frames.[26] Un-Nooh missed the final black in attempting to make a maximum break in his 62 loss to Neil Robertson at the UK Championship.[27] He appeared on Channel 4 show TFI Friday a few days later to recreate the shot and this time potted it.[28] At the World Grand Prix, Un-Nooh eliminated Marco Fu 43 and Mark Allen 42 to reach the quarter-finals. He made breaks of 97, 84 and 74 to lead 31, but Ding Junhui would take the match 43.[29] Incredibly in the final round of World Championship qualifying Un-Nooh missed another 147 final black.

Un-Nooh qualified for the International Championship for the second year in a row, but was edged out 65 by Fergal O'Brien in the first round.[18] He also lost in a deciding frame in the first round of the UK Championship against Robin Hull despite making breaks of 137 and 117 during the match.[19] Un-Nooh won five games to reach the semi-finals of the Xuzhou Open where he beat Mark Williams 41 to play in his first final in a professional event.

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It earned him 40,000 and he won the match 41, before narrowly beating Mark Allen and David Grace both 43 to play in the semi-finals of a ranking tournament for the second successive event.[34] Un-Nooh lost 42 against Tom Ford. Un-Nooh knocked out world number one Mark Selby 53 in the second round of the World Open and then whitewashed Alan McManus 50 and beat Anthony McGill 52.[32] In the semi-finals he suffered a 61 loss to Ali Carter.[33] In the third round of the Paul Hunter Classic against Kurt Maflin, Un-Nooh finally made his first professional 147 break after twice missing the final black the previous season.

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Un-Nooh lost in the qualifying rounds for the first four ranking events of the 2013/2014 season, but then beat Gerard Greene 65 to reach the International Championship in Chengdu, China.[12] In his first appearance in the main draw of a ranking event he thrashed Zhang Anda 61, before losing by the same scoreline to Neil Robertson in the last 32.[13] However, the experience seemed to kick start Un-Nooh's season as in 2014 he played at the venue stage of four of the remaining six ranking events. He beat Ronnie O'Sullivan 54 in qualifying for the German Masters, with the reigning world champion playing high risk exhibition shots throughout the match, but Un-Nooh was whitewashed 50 by Jack Lisowski in the first round.[14][15] At the World Open, Un-Nooh led Stephen Maguire 30, before the world number eight rallied to win four frames in a row.