There's no stopping Hawkins today. Doherty's break in the third may have been good, but he can't replicate it and his opponent heads to the table with victory solely in mind, finally missing on the blue but by then he's 80-0 up. Doherty concedes and Hawkins is through.
Hawkins B.-Doherty K.
World Open - 22 September 2010
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Doherty punishes Hawkins for his error with a ruthless break of 75. It's 2-1 now, but the odds are against the Irishman as no player has come from two frames down to win in this tournament.
That's just a complete misjudgement from Hawkins there on a simple black to the bottom-right pocket. Doherty comes to the table and knocks in a terrific plant. Could the purple patch be over for Hawkins?
That just shows what you can do when you're high on confidence. He misses on the brown, but a break of 73 wins Hawkins the frame and he just needs one more to make it through to the last 16.
Great shot to pot the penultimate red to the bottom-right pocket while knocking out the final red from off the right cushion. If he keeps his concentration up, the frame will be his.
Cracking double from Hawkins to the left-centre pocket. He's 38-9 behind but with some of the shots he's been playing and his confidence sky high, cleaning up here is not beyond the realms of possibility.
Once again, just like the last match, it's a good response from the player behind after the first frame. Doherty makes a break of 37 but it comes to an end as the reds are bunched tightly in the middle.
But it's just a minor blip in an impressive opening frame from the Kent man comes back to the table and does enough to win the opener.
Hawkins seems to have carried over the form he showed in his last match into this one, with an impressive break of 57 before laying a safety.
Up next it's Barry Hawkins, who had a terrific win over Mark Selby in the previous round, taking on Ken Doherty.