Alexander Levy won the Volvo China Open after beating Dylan Frittelli in a play-off on a dramatic final day at Topwin Golf and Country Club.
Here, we take a look at what contenders Pablo Larrazábal and Chris Wood had to say after their fourth rounds.
Pablo Larrazábal (72, -16)
"It’s tough to describe, when they open the door of the tournament so many times, and it was like a theme that I couldn’t get in. Only one birdie until 18 - a putt that I missed for an eagle of nine feet - nothing was getting in, all the good putts were going short and all the opportunities I had for birdie I couldn’t make. I’m not disappointed because I tried my best and my best today was level par and to finish one short, but when you give your best you have to be happy and it’s one of those days where on the flight tonight I will be pretty sad. To shoot eight under par and six under par in two rounds and be leading the tournament by a few going into the weekend is very positive. At the Trophée Hassan I had a chance to win and I shot two over par, today I had probably the best chance in a very long time and I couldn’t perform, so there is a lot to learn."
Chris Wood (68, -15)
"It was pretty good, lots of good signs but when you get close to winning it's hard when you don’t really give yourself a good chance and a push. A couple of things just didn’t go my way but I played nice. It’s probably as nice as I have played over the season really, getting the scores as well, but to shoot a consistent week of scores and rounds is good."
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