Ronnie O'Sullivan, right, shares a hug and a kiss with Ding Junhui after his world championship quarter final defeat at the Crucible. Aktuelle Nachrichten, Informationen und Bilder zum Thema Ding Junhui auf hemethomes.xyz. Ding Junhui is a Chinese professional snooker player and the most successful Asian player in the history of the sport. He began playing snooker at age 9, and. Retrieved 12 March He beat Jamie Burnett 10—2 in the first round, advancing to the last 16 of the World Championship for the 4th straight year. Ding suffered a disappointment at the start of the season, as he failed to qualify for the televised stages of the Wuxi Classic due to a surprise 5—0 defeat to Oliver Brown in the qualifiers. In the third round of the UK Championship , Ding fought from 5—1 down to send his match against James Cahill to a deciding frame. Ding Junhui hits maximum against Mark Allen in Galway quarter-finals". Retrieved 15 December The fifth maximum he achieved in his quarter-final of the PTC Finals against Mark Allen. Maguire hatte zwar den ersten Frame dank einer 81 gewonnen, doch die nächsten fünf Durchgänge holte sich Hawkins mit einem Top-Break von 98 Punkten; vor allem mit sicherem Lochspiel überzeugte Hawkins in dieser Phase. Retrieved 14 April Wählen Sie hier Ihre Favoriten aus allen Sportarten, Events, Mannschaften und Spielern. Topics World Snooker Championship. Ding beeindruckt O'Sullivan mit Century. Archived from the original PDF on 11 June Ding's victory made him the first Asian player to reach the final of the World Championship. Ding finished runner-up to Mark Selby losing the final 18— Retrieved 18 September From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Sunday 11 Jan Ding started the season at the Wuxi Classic , where he lost 8—9 in the final, despite at one point leading 8—2. Retrieved 1 May You may also like. It was the 12th ranking tournament win of his career and he also became the first player to win the event two times. Ding lost in the second round of the Wuxi Classic 5—1 to Joe Perry and then at the minor-ranking Bluebell Wood Open he made a rare break in beating Jimmy Robertson in the quarter-finals before losing 4—3 in the semis to Marco Fu.