Without fear of Polish players’ extraordinary performance, Ding Junhui made a lore to advance to the top 16! Liang Wenbo Yuan Sijun is out
On the evening of January 27th, Beijing time, the 2021 World Snooker German Masters kicked off. Ding Junhui, the Asian champion and Chinese star, went through 9 rounds of hard work, and finally defeated Polish player Philippiak 5 to 4 and successfully advanced to the top 16.
Looking at more than half a century of snooker history,Ding Junhui is undoubtedly the most prominent non-Commonwealth player and has made outstanding contributions to the expansion of the sport’s global influence. Since entering the professional system in 2003, Ding Junhui has aspired to a masters tournament and has won 14 ranking championship trophies-including the 2014 German Masters championship. In this year’s German Masters, Ding Junhui won 5 to 3, 5 to 0 in the qualifying rounds in late November last year. Gould and Ashley Cardi.
Ding Junhui’s opponent Philippiac is 26 years old today. He is from Poland and is a left-handed general. In comparison, the overall strength and popularity of the two sides can be described as vastly different. After entering the professional arena in 2011, Philippiac has never played any resounding reputation, currently ranked 92nd in the world, while Ding Junhui has maintained the level of the top 16 all year round.
However, the progress of the first round of the game was unexpected. Ding Junhui took the lead in getting a good chance from the entangled situation in the first half, but today the table ball speed seems a bit weird. Ding Junhui was still adapting at the beginning. Not only did he fail to fully perform his ball control skills, he even encountered the goal Bad luck stopped at the mouth of the bag. In the end, Philippiac succeeded in picking up a miss, and came from behind to score 54 points in a single shot, 70 to 57 reversal to win the opening goal.
In the second game, Ding Junhui quickly attacked the remote station accurately It hits, but the blasting ball that followed was too bad luck, and the cue ball fell into the bag. Philippiac was about to lead 59-11, but missed the penultimate red ball. Ding Junhui scored 16 points but did not call (K out) the last red ball offensive angle, the two sides entered the defensive game. Philippiac completed the overscore, Ding Junhui tried many defensive attempts without success, and was eventually defeated by his opponent 66 to 30.
In the third game, Ding Junhui was still the first to use the long platform firepower to score points. After the warm-up of the first two games, he also gradually found the feeling of possession and encirclement. He scored 68 points to win with a single shot. Chase the total score to 1 to 2.
In the fourth game, Ding Junhui still has the initiative , He finished the overscore 66 to 23 after the mid set. Although Ding Junhui’s last red ball was called snooker, which allowed Philippiac to re-enter the stage and saw a few more rounds, but at the critical moment, the Chinese king combined skill and luck into a perfect state, and the red ball was released directly from the far stage. bag! Ding Junhui won 67 to 23 and the two sides entered the halftime with a score of 2 to 2.
In the fifth inning, Philippiac opened a shot Get a 29-0 lead, but the red ball error in the bag gave Ding Junhui an easy mobile meeting. Ding Junhui scored 61 points on a single stroke. It was also a small difference when hitting the key over-point black ball, failing to win by one stroke. However, Filipiac’s defensive accuracy was insufficient. Ding Junhui accepted the final red ball, 62 to 29. In the next game, the total score will go back 3 to 2.
In the sixth game, Philippiac had an amazingly good blasting effect. He took advantage of the opportunity to score a 91-point win, allowing both sides to return to the same starting line with a total score of 3 to 3. According to the official information of the Taiwan Federation, Filipiak had only 3 strokes and 50+ in the 42 games he played this season (no more than 100), and he scored 2 strokes in 6 games in this game. I have to say It’s already a super level performance.
In the seventh round, the two sides focused on the final four The red ball on the bottom played a long defensive matchup. Ding Junhui did not give up when he was over 14 points by his opponent and required 4 snooker shots. He got his opponent penalized twice and got a free kick through the game. Theoretically, the disadvantage of being over-pointed was restored-unfortunately, because the last red ball hit the bag and missed, the opponent won the game 76 to 33, leading 4 to 3 to bring out the match point.
In the eighth game, Ding Junhui, who has no way out, chose to use Resolutely attacked the crisis. After scoring 62 points in one stroke, he was forced to switch to defense because there was no K to the red ball. In the end, Ding Junhui saved the match point 67 to 0 and dragged the game into the deciding game. In the ninth game, it can be seen from the constant mistakes that both sides are facing a moment of victory and defeat, and the pressure is quite large! In the middle game stage, Ding Junhui repaired himself in time, won the game 55 to 38, and advanced to the top 16 with a total score of 5 to 4! He will compete with the winner between Dale and Maguire for the top 8 tickets.
Two other Chinese playersLiang Wenbo and Yuan Sijun appeared at the same time. Yuan Sijun’s game ended first. The star of hope did not perform well today, losing to Tom Ford failed to advance to the top 16. Liang Wenbo and Jack Jones fought hard, and Liang Wenbo lost the deciding game, losing 4 to 5.