Neil Robertson (@1.53) vs Ding Junhui (@2.5)
12-09-2019

Our Prediction:

Neil Robertson will win

Neil Robertson – Ding Junhui Match Prediction | 12-09-2019 07:30

There he defeated 2006 champion Graeme Dott 1813 to become only the third player from outside the UK (and only the second from outside the UK and Ireland), and the first Australian, to become world champion in the modern era of the game.[16] The win took him to a career-high ranking of No. In the quarter-finals he defeated Steve Davis 135. In his second round match against Martin Gould Robertson trailed 06 and 511 before recovering to win the match 1312. 2 in the following season. At the 2010 World Championship, Robertson defeated Fergal O'Brien 105 in the first round. He faced Ali Carter in the semi-finals, winning 1712 to reach the final.

He failed to reach a single semi-final, however, causing him to slip down to number 11 in the world rankings. The following season, Ding was consistent, reaching the last 16 of all-but-one ranking event. At the Crucible, he reached the second round for the first time, beating Marco Fu 109 in a high-quality match but was unable to progress further, losing 137 to Stephen Hendry.

Ding beat Mark Selby in the 2012 Welsh Open to win his fifth ranking tournament and 30,000.[46] Ding's form continued; he won the 2012 Championship League tournament and a place in the 2012 Premier League.[47] Ding reached the semi-finals of the China Open but was eliminated after losing 36 to eventual winner Peter Ebdon.[48] Ding ended the season with a defeat in the first round of the World Championship, losing to Ryan Day 109 having had a 96 lead.

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During the 2013/2014 season he became the first player to make 100 centuries in a single season. Robertson is the only Australian to have won a ranking event, and was undefeated in his first six televised finals.[2] Robertson is also one of thirteen players to win both the world and UK titles, and one of eleven to win the Triple Crown of World Championship, UK Championship and Masters. As a prolific break-builder, Robertson has compiled more than 600 century breaks in professional competition.

When his father went for a toilet break, Ding took the cue and played with the professional. Ding Junhui was born in Yixing, Jiangsu, China. When his father returned, Ding had won the game.[5] Since then, Ding's parents supported his playing skills. He began playing snooker at eight years old after his father, a pool enthusiast, took him along to practice with a professional at a local pool hall.

Ding won three consecutive ranking tournaments in 2013.

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In the 2005/2006 season, he continued to progress, moving up to the top 16 of the rankings at the end of the season. He reached 4 quarter-finals in the season, including the 2006 World Championships, in which he fought back from 812 down to level at 1212 against eventual champion Graeme Dott, before losing the final frame by inadvertently potting the final pink, which he needed on the table in his attempts to snooker the Scotsman.

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