Selby eases through
World number two Mark Selby eased through to the second round of the Indian Open with a 4-0 victory over Dharminder Lilly in New Delhi.
India is hosting a world ranking event for the first time, and Selby was one of three players to record a whitewash.
Former world champion John Higgins was another, the Scot beating Joel Walker 4-0, while Gary Wilson defeated Dominic Dale by the same score.
The most notable winner of the day was India's Pankaj Advani, who beat Marcus Campbell 4-1.
Aditya Mehta beat Peter Ebdon on Monday, and Advani said on www.worldsnooker.com: "To play on the TV table with everyone watching, to enjoy the atmosphere of the big stage and draw positive energy from the crowd - this is what you dream of as a professional.
"Snooker is unpredictable so it's fantastic that Aditya and I have both started well and we can look forward to the rest of the week."
Advani next meets Mark Allen, who defeated Nigel Bond 4-1, while there were also wins for Stephen Maguire and Stuart Bingham, but Ken Doherty lost to Mike Dunn.