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Tee times for Sunday's final round of the Abu Dhabi Championship

Oliver Fisher among the early starters as Thorbjorn Olesen will accompany Justin Rose in the final pair.

07:29 Robert Coles    Chris Wood   

07:38 Andy Sullivan    Michael Hoey   

07:47 David Horsey    Fabrizio Zanotti   

07:56 Oliver Fisher    Mark Foster   

08:05 Graeme Storm    Ignacio Garrido   

08:14 Richard Bland    Gregory Bourdy   

08:23 Steve Webster    Simon Dyson   

08:32 Thomas Bjorn    Tom Lewis   

08:41 Søren Kjeldsen    Henrik Stenson   

08:55 Ernie Els    Peter Whiteford   

09:04 Paul Lawrie    Marcel Siem   

09:13 Richard Green    Joel Sjöholm   

09:22 Romain Wattel    Wenchong Liang   

09:31 Phillip Price    Todd Hamilton   

09:40 Rafa Cabrera-Bello    Garth Mulroy   

09:49 Raphaël Jacquelin    Keith Horne   

09:58 Darren Fichardt    Alejandro Cañizares   

10:07 Pablo Larrazábal    Craig Lee   

10:21 Paul Casey    Padraig Harrington   

10:30 Ricardo Gonzalez    Prom Meesawat   

10:39 Andreas Harto    Alexander Noren   

10:48 Matteo Manassero    Branden Grace   

10:57 Gareth Maybin    Peter Lawrie   

11:06 Joost Luiten    Marcus Fraser   

11:15 Danny Willett    Jason Dufner   

11:24 Johan Edfors    Lorenzo Gagli   

11:33 Jorge Campillo    George Coetzee   

11:47 Anders Hansen    Peter Hanson   

11:56 Bernd Wiesberger    SSP Chowrasia   

12:05 Jbe Kruger    Martin Kaymer   

12:14 Ricardo Santos    Michael Campbell   

12:23 Gonzalo Fdez-Castano    Andrew Dodt   

12:32 Richie Ramsay    David Howell   

12:41 Thongchai Jaidee    Jamie Donaldson   

12:50 Justin Rose    Thorbjorn Olesen

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