Data map: In the early morning of December 9, 2019, the British Championship, one of the three major snooker competitions, came to an end in York, England.
In the end, Chinese player Ding Junhui defeated British player Maguire with a total score of 10:6, and won the championship again after 10 years.
China News Service, February 18, Beijing time on the 18th, the 2021 Snooker Welsh Open ended the second round at the Celtic Manor in Newport, Wales. 7 members of the Chinese Legion played and 4 advanced. Ding Junhui was upset 2:4 Lost to teenager Pang Junxu to stop in the top 64, Ronnie O'Sullivan swept Jimmy White to win the legendary matchup.
Pang Junxu was born in 2000. With his outstanding performance in the China Snooker Tour, he obtained a two-year professional qualification. He has just landed on the World Snooker Tour stage this season. He has been a European master in the half of the season. In the tournament and the British Championships, he has achieved an impressive record of the top 16.
Pang Junxu was not soft in the fight against Ding Junhui.
The former opened the record with 70 points in one stroke. Pang Junxu quickly responded with 63 and 84 points in a single stroke. The two subsequently made mistakes and took advantage of the opportunity sent by the opponent. The fifth game was even more dramatic. Pang Junxu single stroke 50+ After a missed stop, Ding Junhui lost 62 points on a single stroke, but lost the powder ball that was decisive, and lost 2:4.
As for other Chinese players, Zhou Yuelong and Yan Bingtao continued to be hot. Zhou Yuelong swept veteran Anthony Hamilton with a three-shot break and swept amateur Brian Ochoski with a two-shot 60+.
Senior Xiao Guodong defeated Gary Wilson 4:1.
Zhao Xintong lost to Hussein Wafi 3:4, and teenager Si Jiahui lost to world number one Judd Trump 2:4.
In the next 32 rounds, Yan Bingtao will play against Xiao Guodong, Pang Junxu will play Martin Odner, and Zhou Yuelong will play David Gilbert.
In another focus battle, the current world champion O'Sullivan swept the 10-time ranking champion and 6-time World Championship runner-up Jimmy White 4:0, winning this legendary matchup.