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Ding Junhui suffers early exit at Haikou World Open

03-01-2012 09:45 BJT

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China’s Ding Junhui took on wildcard Jin Long in the first round. Jin is from Jinzhou, Liaoning Province, and he took full advantage of Ding’s below-par effort.

The 30-year-old grew in confidence as the match went on. He scored a break of 66, but failed on this red. Ding Junhui took the chance and made a snooker and he narrowed the gap to 29-67.

Ding Junhui suffers early exit at Haikou World Open.

Ding pressed-on and arranged another snooker, but made a mistake on a black ball and conceded the first frame to Jin. The favored Ding had an uphill climb in round one.

The second frame saw Jin take the lead with a break of 63 points. The story became nearly the same as the first frame. Ding started to come back, but was not able to save it. Jin took the second frame 76-65. And he cruised from there. Jin seized a surprise 5-1 victory. Ding is out of the running in Haikou .

Ding Junhui suffers early exit at Haikou World Open.

 

 

Editor:Zhang Dan |Source: CNTV.CN

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