2015 Snooker World Championship-Ding Junhui reverses Davis into the round of 16 to fight Higgins

2015 Snooker World Championship-Ding Junhui reverses Davis into the round of 16 to fight Higgins
On the evening of April 21, Beijing time, the 2015 Snooker World Championships continued their first round of contention.Ding Junhui chased three innings 0-4 in the first stage, trailing Marc Davis 3-4.In the second stage, Ding Junhui had a chance to hit 147 points, but even 97 points were interrupted by negligence.But in the end he counterattacked his opponent by a 7-3, with a total score of 10-7 to reverse the victory, advancing to the top 16 will face four-time world champion Higgins in the 1/8 final.Ding Junhui’s spontaneous problems are all happy. Ding Junhui and Mark Davis’s first stage game is progressing slowly. It was originally scheduled to play nine games and only seven games were played.At that time, Ding Junhui entered the state slowly, making mistakes again and again, losing four games in the opening and trailing 0-4.After the break, Ding Junhui finally broke out, hitting 66 points, 109 points and 76 points in a single shot, reducing the score to 3-4.Because it took too long, the two ended the first stage of the match two games in advance.  After nearly a day of rest, the two sides launched the second stage of the contest.In the eighth inning, Ding Junhui succeeded in the pass with three passes, but then lost the basketball.Davis played 106 points on a single shot, leading the total score of 5-3 Ding Junhui.In the 9th inning, Ding Junhui once had a chance to hit 147 points. At that time, Davis made a mistake and left the middle stage. After Ding Junhui succeeded, he launched a continuous attack around the black ball and scored 12 sets of black balls.In the red ball, without any danger of calling the black ball, he called a low score blue ball.This negligence suddenly made his timing unbelievable, and also made everyone on the scene including the referee and opponent Mark Davis stunned, and everyone couldn’t help laughing.After recovering, Ding Junhui still tried the black ball with a very thin angle, and eventually made a mistake.Despite the unsuccessful impact of 147, he still pulled back a city with a single shot of 97 points, chasing the score 4-5.  In the 10th inning, Ding Junhui continued to maintain a positive posture, hitting 82-0 three times in the next city, and tied his opponent 5-5 for the first time.In the 11th game, Davis scored a red ball and lost the black ball. Ding Junhui won the game 62-2. Before the break, the total score was 6-5 to overtake.  After the break, the game continued, and the 12th game was very tight. Davis ended the tug of war 59-14 with a score of 6-6.In the 13th inning, the Ding Junhui scored 44-38 in the lead and lost the penultimate red ball in the 13th inning.Davis received the red ball 47-44 to do snooker for himself, the solution result was a big leak.Ding Junhui seized the opportunity to clear the ball and lead Davis 7-6 again.  In the 14th inning, Davis defensively scattered the ball pile, and then made a major mistake in the solution. Ding Junhui had a chance to win with a stroke, but scored 59 points and hit the black ball, and the club hit the red ball foul and was fined.7 points lost.Davis chased the last two red balls of 22-66 to make a safety ball and accidentally missed the bag. Ding Junhui won the game 93-22 and opened the distance with his opponent 8-6.  In the fifteenth inning, the red ball was scattered all over the table in the defensive battle. Ding Junhui only had 6 points to make a serious mistake. The red ball did not enter the pocket and Davis did not miss the opportunity to reduce the total score to 7-8 with 69-6.In the 16th inning, Ding Junhui struck Davis with a perfect safety ball, and he scored 47 points and 51-0 to lead the cue ball but failed to rush out of the ball pile and make himself a snooker.However, after several shots of defense, Ding Junhui continued to score through the far stage, clearing the stage with a single shot 80 points to win the game, the first to obtain match points 9-7.  In the 17th inning, the game is now complete and the pressure is all on Davis.Davis scored one red ball cue ball but failed to call the black ball comfortably. He rashly attacked the bag and eventually made a mistake, leaving Ding Junhui with an excellent drop line.Ding Junhui played steadily and steadily ended with a single score of 85 points. The total score was 10-7, reversing the 18th-ranked English veteran Mark Davis, advancing to the top 16 and facing the four world champions in the 1/8 finals.14th seed Higgins.(Moline)