Adrian Lewis defeated Rob Cross in his opening round match at 2020 Masters in what can only be described as a scrappy battle.
Lewis by his own admission wasn’t best pleased by his own performance but admits a win is a win. His confidence is still there though and ‘Jackpot’ added that if he can kick into gear, he can win the title.
“We were waiting for each other to kick in I think and neither of us were happy with how we played, but I’m through,” said Lewis, who also sealed victory with an 11-darter.
“I’ve been practising hard and I will try to put things right, especially with my finishing because my doubles deserted me at times.
“Consistency has let me down in the last 18 months and tonight was a prime example, but I know that if I click on Sunday then I could win this.”
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LEWIS WINS IT!
An 11-darter from Adrian Lewis seals a 10-5 victory over Rob Cross, setting up a Last 8 clash with Michael Smith on Sunday… pic.twitter.com/i8gvDcYAHz
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Author: Samuel Gill