30 years: Ding Junhui and Xingpai join hands to achieve the world’s first legend

On July 12th, Ding Junhui, a world-renowned snooker player and also a star signed by the star and the group chairman Gan Lianfang, came to the Longxi Metropark International Conference Center, a hotel under Xingpai Group in Daxing District, as Xingpai. A promotional video was shot for the 30th anniversary celebration, and Pan Xiaoting also came here a week ago.


In the just-concluded 2017 Wuxi Snooker World Cup, China A team Ding Junhui/Liang Wenbo defeated England 4-3 after falling behind 1-3, leaving the championship trophy in the hands of the Chinese team. The professional media “SnookerHQ” published a review article saying that this victory indicates that China will continue to consolidate its status as a rising snooker country. Ding Junhui carries the hope of his country and serves as a world-class star for his motherland. To the highest honor.

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Before Ding Junhui became famous, Gan Lianfang valued his potential and actively supported him to participate in training and competitions, and sent him to the Snooker Academy of Sheffield Institute of Sport in the United Kingdom for further study. In 2005, the 18-year-old Ding Junhui overcame obstacles and defeated world-class masters Eberton, Dahdi, and Hendry, and won the first snooker world championship for China, becoming the best coming-of-age ceremony.


Up to now, Ding Junhui has won 11 ranking championships in his career (the fifth time in a single season, he has won the championship in a large ranking competition, tying Hendry’s highest record), 2 PTC race championships and 1 Wembley Masters championship. , Shot a total of 147 single shots 6 times, ranked first in the world 2 times. Gan Lianfang also received the “Outstanding Contribution Award” from Barry Hearn, the chairman of the world professional snooker, in recognition of his contribution to the snooker movement in the past 30 years by his star.


It can be said that Ding Junhui became attached to Xingpai Insnook, and at the same time went out of China and the world together. As a well-known brand in the world billiard industry with a history of 30 years, Xingpai has won the world championship and the recognition and favor of the World Professional Snooker Association with the spirit of craftsmanship, and is known as the “champion behind the world championship”.

Ten years ago, in 2007, Xingpai passed the strict certification of the World Professional Snooker Association (WPBSA) and became the official table for the world billiards competition. It ended the International Taiwan Federation and the World Professional Snooker Association (WPBSA) and was only manufactured by the same table. The history of vendor cooperation. The independent committee evaluated that the Xingpai tournament table created a new standard for players in the World Snooker China Open. Mark Williams praised the star pool table as unparalleled, and Ronnie O’Sullivan, who was once the number one player in the world, said that the star pool table is the best pool table he has ever used, and has the reputation of the emperor of billiards. Stephen Hendry is also happy to act as the ambassador of the star pool table.

After   , Xingpai became the official designated table for Snooker World Championships, World Snooker Shanghai Masters, Eurasian Masters Cup, Snooker World Open, and British UEFA Cup. In 2014, Xingpai and the World Professional Billiards Association (WPBSA) signed an unprecedented “5+3” long-term comprehensive strategic cooperation agreement, which consolidated the status of a well-deserved world-renowned brand.

Ding Junhui and Xingpai both won honors for China, and they both happened to have their 30th anniversary, and their dream of “standing” may be closer. Ding Junhui’s feelings for Xingpai and Chairman Gan Lianfang cannot be described in words. He may use greater achievements and better growth to present Xingpai and his 30-year-old.

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