Welsh Open: Neil Robertson gutted for pal Kurt Maflin after decisie error

Neil Roberston and close friend Kurt Maflin battled to the final frame at the Welsh Open. Tied at 4-4 the game was in the balance until Maflin's remarkable misfortune opened the door for Robertston to win.

The Australian explains how that meant mixed emotions for him, as he remains on course for another big ranking title with the World Championship fast approach.

Click play above to watch the replay of a remarkable shot from Maflin which cost him the match just as he might have been about to take control of it.

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