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NEWPORT, United Kingdom: Scotland's Stephen Maguire edged out England's Stuart Bingham 9-8 to win the Welsh Open on Sunday after the final had been evenly-poised at 4-4 after the first session.
The 31-year-old won a fifth ranking title, but first since the 2008 China Open.
"I forgot what it felt like to be a winner at the end of a tournament, it's the best feeling ever," Maguire said. - AFP
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