World No 2 Judd Trump cruises into last 32 at Welsh Open in Newport
Judd Trump experienced few problems in easing past Mike Dunn in his qualifying match at the Welsh Open in Newport.
Last Updated: 11/02/13 10:51pm
Trump beat his fellow Englishman 4-0 in under an hour to book his spot in the last 32.
He said: "Tonight was a good warm-up. It's a bit different coming in at the last 64 stage and playing an extra game so I wanted to win as comfortably as possible.
"My long potting was good and I feel like I'm cueing well."
Meanwhile, two-time world champion Mark Williams - winner of the title in 1996 and 1999 - overcame Liu Chuang 4-1.
And the Welshman admitted: "That was a lot more like it. It's the first time I have shown signs of being a professional snooker player for a few months.
"It wasn't the Mark Williams of old - he's gone for good - but it's the Mark Williams of a few years ago and I can still give anyone a game."
Elsewhere, on a day without any shocks, John Higgins fired breaks of 120, 99 and 97 as he beat Gareth Allen 4-1.
Higgins said: "Gareth potted some great balls. I didn't realise until before the match that he was still an amateur."
Mark Selby - the UK and Masters champion - out-played veteran Steve Davis 4-0, that included a 144 clearance in the second frame.
Selby admitted: "I seem to do well at this venue so I have good vibes.
"It's an honour to be on the same table as Steve because he is a legend of our sport."
Defending champion Ding Junhui saw off Dechawat Poomjaeng 4-2, while Liang Wenbo, Dominic Dale and Matthew Stevens also progressed through to the next round.