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Neil Robertson pulled off a miraculous comeback and reached the hallowed 100th century break for the season mark as he won through to the World Snooker Championships at the Crucible in Sheffield.

The Australian world No 1 was 6-2 down against Judd Trump but he pulled it back to 7-6 and finished the session trailing 9-6. 

But Robertson charged on to a nail-biting 12-11 lead in the best of 25 match. He almost gifted Trump a shot at taking it to a final frame, but when the Bristol favourite missed a simple black it was all over. 

On the way, following some attritional play, Robertson hit the 101 break that he's been waiting for and marked it with a fist pump. 

Robertson will take on Mark Selby, who cruised past Alan McManus while the winner will meet the winner of a repeat of last year's final with Ronnie O'Sullivan and Barry Hawkins. 

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Robertson makes Crucible semis with epic comeback and record-smashing 100th century
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