Snooker - Selby crashes out as Trump survives scare in Newport

Mark Selby was whitewashed in the Welsh Open first round by Joe Perry while Judd Trump was relieved to scrape through against home player Dominic Dale.

World number one Selby was never in his contest against Perry, who made one century - in the final frame - of a dominant 4-0 triumph in Newport.

Number two Trump meanwhile fought from 3-1 down to beat Dale 4-3.

After taking the opener a nerveless long red sealed the second frame for Dale and dispirited Trump, who had found the three snookers he needed to remain in it.

Trump won the third but Dale gave Trump little chance with a 114 in frame four.

Dale, ranked 20th, had chances to seal the win in frames five and six but failed to capitalise and Trump regained his fluidity to take three on the trot - the final frame containing a half-century - and claim an unlikely victory.

World number 14 Ricky Walden was knocked out 4-1 by 27th-ranked Tom Ford while Ding Junhui eased past Mark King.

There was another surprise exit in the evening session, as twice world champion Mark Williams appeared to suffer the effects of spending the day in hospital as he awaits the birth of his third child.

Williams was outplayed by Robert Milkins, who won 4-1 after two half-century breaks and an 87.

Graeme Dott took a 4-2 win over Fergal O'Brien with top breaks of 50, 63 and 68.

Round one results

Tom Ford 4-1 Ricky Walden

Judd Trump 4-3 Dominic Dale

Ding Junhui 4-0 Mark King

Andrew Higginson 4-2 Michael Wasley

Stuart Bingham 4-0 Craig Steadman

Joe Perry 4-0 Mark Selby

Robert Milkins 4-1 Mark Williams

Graeme Dott 4-2 Fergal O'Brien

Last 16 draw

10.30am

Doherty v Ford

Dott v Advani

Not before 1.30pm

Maguire v Stevens

Robertson v Bingham

Not before 2pm

Trump v Higginson

Ding v Allen

Not before 7pm

Milkins v Baird

Perry v McManus