Masters 2015: Neil Robertson seizes control with 117 break

World number one Neil Robertson takes advantage of a Robert Milkins' error to score a century and seize control of their first-round match at the Masters in London.

The Australian had struggled initially to find his scoring touch at Alexandra Palace until, with the match level at 4-4, Milkins' miss on the red let the former world champion in for a break of 117 to take control of the match.

Robertson eventually secured his passage to the second round with a 6-4 victory, in front of an audience that included Chelsea captain John Terry.

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