And that's it, pretty convincing from Hendry but lucky in the second that a free ball wasn't given to his opponent. Still, he's through and the Belgian's out.
Hendry S.-Haneveer B.
World Open - 19 September 2010
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Hendry on a break of 44, 80-0 up. Frame and game over.
Haneveer is in trouble now. It's a tremendously hard snooker to get out of, with the white stuck behind the green at the top of the table. Eight misses and 36 points later, Hendry is left with an easy red and a chance to finish this match.
After working so hard, Haneveer really should have gone on to take the frame. But Hendry gets lucky and pots a good brown, before clearing up. The free ball controversy ended up being crucial - why didn't Haneveer ask about it?
Strange decision from the match referee. Hendry gets caught in Haneveer's snooker and fouls twice, but the secong time it surely must be a free ball for the Belgian, but the referee doesn't call it. All square at 58 all.
Haneveer's safety play has been outstanding. He's now just 13 points behind in this frame and is right back in it.
Two mistakes from Hendry in this frame have turned this into an intriguing encounter. Haneveer lays a couple of intelligent snookers which the Scot fouls on and now the Belgian is at the table 58-37 behind.
And that is just a prime example of the 2010 Stephen Hendry. He makes a break of 52 look so easy but it comes to an abrupt end when he nicks the pink before potting the black - foul and seven points to his opponent. Sloppy.
That's the kind of pot Hendry just wouldn't miss when he was in his pomp. He goes for a tricky long pot to the bottom-left pocket and it jaws off and heads up the table.
Cracking stuff from the Scottish snooker legend, in front of a packed crowd. No messing about, he just went about his business in fine style, and despite fouling on the blue at the end, taking the frame was never in doubt.
Hendry in good nick here. He leads 51-21 with three reds left and cueing very well indeed.
Just a quick recap on yesterday's action. Those going through: Neil Robertson, Ali Carter, Stephen Maguire, Peter Ebdon and Dave Harold. Those going home: Graeme Dott, Thepchaiya Un-Nooh, Stuart Pettman, Steve Davis and Shaun Murphy.
There's been some rapid scoring already in this frame, in stark contrast to some of yesterday's play. Hendry splits the pack well but is unlucky that a red creeps near the right-centre pocket, forcing him to play safe.
So Hendry gets us underway in the first match of the afternoon.