Ding Junhui is out of the first round of the Masters
The Snookerkicked off at Alexandria Palace in London. played against Joe Perry in the first round of the Masters. In the game, Ding Junhui first scored 135 points and 71 points. After being outdated for three times, he caught up to 3 draws, but then lost 3 consecutive games. In the end, he stopped at the Masters 3-6 and lost to the senior. His 13-year-old Joe Perry. But this is good, I still hope that Ding Junhui can come home as soon as possible and spend a good year with his family.
Ding Junhui won the Masters Championship in 2011, but after that, he went on a round trip for five consecutive years. In 2019, he lost to O’Sullivan after reaching the semi-finals. In this year’s Masters, Ding Junhui met Joe Perry in the first round. The two sides have played against each other 22 times before. Ding Junhui has 16 wins and 6 losses. However, Perry defeated Ding Junhui twice in the first round of the two Masters in 2015 and 2017.
In the first game, both sides defended patiently. After Perry scored the red ball, he attacked continuously around the black ball, scoring 39 points and then defending. Perry made a defensive error and Ding Junhui got the opportunity to switch to defense after scoring 41 points. Perry scored a red goal to do snooker, Ding Junhui gave the opportunity to defend after the solution, Perry scored 46 points from the start, 85-41 first win.
In the second game, Ding Junhui completely found the touch. He scored 135 points and zero seals in the first shot of the Masters in a one-shot victory, and quickly pulled back one game. In the third game, Ding Junhui made a mistake in attacking the red ball, and Perry lost the bottom bag to return the opportunity. Ding Junhui fully started and made a mistake in the blue ball after scoring 27 points. Perry scored a red ball for defense, and then the 41-point offense with a single shot was stopped. The two sides saw the saw in multiple rounds, and Perry cleared the red ball and delayed the score. Ding Junhui made an offensive yellow ball error, and Perry took a 2-1 lead 56-27.
In the fourth game, Ding Junhui scored a bag of lipstick balls and made a difficult snooker. Perry hit the red ball to give him a chance. Ding Junhui scored 8 points and made a blue ball error. Perry missed the red ball. Ding Junhui scored 28. The cue ball is pocketed after the split. Perry made an offensive error, and Ding Junhui took another chance to win the first half with a 64-5 win and a draw between the two sides.
In the fifth game of the second half, Ding Junhui scored 49 points after getting started, and Perry scored 71 points to take a 3-2 lead 88-49. In the sixth game, Ding Junhui seized the opportunity and scored 71 points on a single stroke, winning 72-8 to catch up to 3 draws. In the seventh game, Perry felt good, hitting a 93-pointer and leading Ding Junhui 4-3.
In the eighth game, Ding Junhui missed the opportunity when he scored 41 points first. Perry came from behind with 83 points and won the match point 5-3. Ding Junhui only scored 7 points in the ninth game. Perry played several times and won three games in a row with a 90-7 victory. With a total score of 6-3, Ding Junhui was eliminated.