Judd Trump beat Neil Robertson 9-8 to win the English Open title, his tenth successive ranking event in a row.

In the afternoon, Robertson took the lead 3-1 but was quickly outplayed by Trump, who, after a series of big breaks, lead 4-3.

The evening session was levelled at 4-4, however, Robertson showed some brilliant play that made him lead 7-4.

What it seemed to be a clear win for the Australian, quickly turned into another victory for the world number one, who fought back and finished with a 114 break.

After the game, Trump told Eurosport: "It was a really tough final and I felt most of the game Neil was probably the better player, he scored a lot heavier than me.

"The way Neil played at no point did I think I was going to win the trophy. I had to go out and earn that one, it was probably my toughest final in five years."

Almost a year ago, the roles were reversed between the two players. When Robertson and Trump met in the final of the Champion of Champions, there was also a deciding frame separating both players from reaching the title, however, Robertson took home that win.

This time, the tables turned; Trump claimed the English Open title and £70,000 in prize money.

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