It's the biggest day of Matt Selt's snooker career. The 24 year-old is appearing in the last 32 of a ranking event for the first time and faces world champion John Higgins at the Shanghai Masters.
Selt warmed up nicely yesterday, recording two centuries in beating wildcard Shi Hanqing 5-0.
He is the only player to have started in the very first qualifying round and made it to Shanghai.
Stephen Hendry is meeting Marcus Campbell for the first time since he was drubbed 9-0 by him in the first round of the 1998 UK Championship.
There have been few bigger shocks but it actually did Hendry a favour. He was in denial about the state of his game at the time and it provided a wake up call.
He went back to the drawing board and ended that season by winning a record seventh world title.
Ken Doherty will be looking to maintain his encouraging start to the season against Neil Robertson, who himself impressed in the Premier League last week.
And Ricky Walden starts the defence of his title. They'll be up early in Bagillt to watch his match against Mark King.
There's an excellent piece on Walden on worldsnooker.com here.