Ding Junhui of China competes during the first round match against his compatriot Li Yan at the Haikou World Open snooker tournament in Haikou, capital of south China’s Hainan Province, March 11, 2014. Ding Junhui won 5-1. (Xinhua/Guo Cheng)


Ding Junhui, China’s most favorite snooker player, stunned countryman Li Yan 5-1 in the first round of Snooker World Open 2014 in Haikou on Tuesday.
Ding started the first frame with a break of 62 points, but too many misses cost him the first frame. However, Ding finally find the key to victory in the second frame, and came back with a break of 57 points to win 77-22.
In the next two frames, Ding kept enjoying his nice touches, getting breaks of 51 points and 46 points respectively in the third and fourth frames, and made a break of 128 points in fifth frame. In the last frame, Ding left no chance to his opponent, and secured the 5-1 win in the first round. His next opponent would be Indian player Panka Advani.
In the other matches on Tuesday, Marco Fu won 5-3 against Anthony Mcgill, Michael Hold crashed Nigel Bond 5-1. Enditem
SOURCE: ecns.cn
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