Kyren Wilson hit a maximum 147 from his first visit to the table in the opening frame of his first match in what proved to be a tense 4-3 win over home player Jackson Page at the ManBetX Welsh Open in Cardiff on Tuesday.

Wilson win the second frame, but three frames on the bounce from Page, including a break of 65 in frame five handed the Welshman a 3-2 advantage. 

However, world number eight Wilson levelled matters and held his nerve in the decider to advance. 

Four-time winner Ronnie O'Sullivan coasted into the second round with a 4-1 win over Zhang Jiankang.

O'Sullivan swiftly took command of the match with two half-century breaks.

After Zhang pulled a frame back, O'Sullivan stepped things up again with runs of 69 and 81 to seal victory.

Graeme Dott, runner-up to Neil Robertson at the Coral World Grand Prix in Cheltenham at the weekend, saw his hopes of making another ranking event final ended with a 4-0 defeat by Zhao Xintong.

Elsewhere, Mark Joyce edged out Dubliner Fergal O'Brien on a 4-3 scoreline, Northern Ireland's Mark Allen progressed 4-1 against Andrew Higginson and James Wattana beat fellow veteran Jimmy White 4-2 almost 30 years after their first meeting.