Selby falls in round two
World number two Mark Selby suffered an early exit at the inaugural Indian Open in New Delhi on Wednesday.
Selby was unable to get past the second round as Mark Williams secured a 4-1 win to book himself a last-16 clash with local surprise packet Aditya Mehta.
Mehta beat Marcus Campbell 4-1 in the first round and recorded the same scoreline to oust Hammad Miah and ensure he remained alive in the first rankings tournament to be held in his native India.
While Selby was a notable casualty the tournament still boasts most of its major names after world number one Neil Robertson, Ding Junhui, Stephen Maguire and John Higgins all won through.
Robertson cast aside Rod Lawler 4-2 and will next meet Liang Wenbo in Thursday's mid-day session.
Former world champion Higgins will meet Ding in the pick of the morning session matches.
Higgins whitewashed Li Yan 4-0 while Ding beat Mark Joyce 4-3 in their second-round ties.
Maguire edged past Tom Ford 4-3 and will play Mark Davis for a place in Thursday night's quarter-finals.