It's a rather strange quarter-final line-up in what has been a rather strange tournament.
The overall standard of play has been lower than we're used to with a few exceptions. Some players are struggling with the humidity and what the atmosphere is doing to the tables.
Mark Davis, so much improved over the last year, faces Jamie Burnett with the winner to appear in their first ranking semi-final.
Davis has been a professional for 19 years, Burnett for 18, so this has been a long wait either way.
Graeme Dott has survived deciders against his fellow former world champions Ken Doherty and Mark Williams and now meets the player he beat in the 2007 China Open final in Beijing, Jamie Cope.
This is Cope's first ranking event quarter-final in two years. He has not made the step up since that China final but was impressive in finishing off Ding Junhui yesterday.
Matthew Stevens is also appearing in his first quarter-final in two years against the mega consistent Ali Carter.
Mark Selby is yet to play on the TV tables but will do so against Mark King.
For what it's worth after yesterday's less than successful tipping, I'll go for...
Davis v Dott
Carter v Selby