2015 Snooker China Tournament-Ding Junhui won 5-1 and advanced to the top 16 with gold left hand

2015 Snooker China Tournament-Ding Junhui won 5-1 and advanced to the top 16 with gold left hand

2015 Snooker China Tournament-Ding Junhui won 5-1 and advanced to the top 16 with gold left hand
On April 1, Beijing time, the 2015 World Snooker China Open started its second round of competition in the Beijing University Gymnasium.In the focus of the night, Ding Junhui played stable, playing two points 86 points and one point 66 points, 5-1 victory over Mark Davis, and gave a big gift to his 28th birthday.In the 1/8 finals, Ding Junhui will face Wales Williams left-handed Mark Williams.Ding Junhui in the Chinese Open 5-1 successfully advanced to the round of 16 of the top 16, wearing a defending champion jersey Ding Junhui shot 5 50 +, 5-1 over Scottish veteran Campbell, ending the awkward history of this year’s six round games.The 43-year-old English veteran Mark Davis resumed promotion after defeating Karen Wilson 5-3 in the first round.  Before the two sides have played seven times, Ding Junhui won five of them.Although Ding Junhui has obvious advantages, for him who has just ended his six-game losing streak, he still cannot be taken lightly.  The game used 9 innings and 5 wins. In the first inning, Davis fell to the defensive game and twice leaked from COSCO.Ding Junhui scored a 46-5 lead and failed to control it well, losing the line to continue the ball.Davis went into the distance and scored a single shot with 51 points to receive the red ball but made a mistake when hitting the last yellow ball.Ding Junhui took the four colored balls and scored 60-56 points.Davis went back to prevent a big leak in the bag, Ding Junhui 66-56 ended the tug of war in the first game.  In the second game, Ding Junhui repeatedly broke through Taiwan but failed to launch an effective combo.After some adjustments, Ding Junhui recovered his offensive feel and scored 44 points and 73-0 in a single shot and then went to the next city with a score of 2-0.In the third game, Ding Junhui continued to control the rhythm of the field. In this game, Ding Junhui hit a single shot with 86 points, expanding the advantage on the field to 3-0.  In the fourth game, Ding Junhui stumbled and scored 40 points first and accidentally exposed the good situation to Davis. Davis recovered 36 points and left the last red ball as a safety ball.Ding Junhui made a mistake to send the red ball to the corner of the bag. Davis tied the game with a 40-40 tie and started another battle for colored balls with each other.Soon Ding Junhui sent another chance, and Davis struggled to push back to the city before the break.  After returning from the break to enter the fifth game, Davis fell into the quagmire of defensive errors again, making Ding Junhui a comfortable drop-off line twice.Ding Junhui has 86 points on a single shot and holds a big match point with 4-1.  In the sixth game, Ding Junhui took the lead through a combined ball and launched a continuous attack around the black ball. Unfortunately, only 32 points were not controlled well, and the ball was formed with the red ball. The attack was interrupted.With only a few shots of defense, Davis exposed his middle bag to Ding Junhui. Ding Junhui scored a single shot with 66 points and ended with a total score of 5-1. He gave a big gift to his 28th birthday.In the 1/8 finals, Ding Junhui will compete with Mark Williams, one of the 75 top three players.(Moline)

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