Stephen Hendry was given a scare in his bid for a sixth UK Championship title 10 years after his fifth, , writes Clive Everton. The Scot led Dave Harold 7-3, but the world No 35 from Stoke, who made three centuries, 115, 111 and 115, during the day's play, levelled at 7-7 before Hendry's breaks of 88 and 82, his two highest of the match, gave him his 9-7 victory. Graeme Dott, the world champion, made breaks of 100, 107 and 112 in the process of overwhelming Scott Mackenzie, with whom he grew up as a junior in Scotland, 9-2.
Hendry fends off Harold's centuries
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