Ding Junhui’s latest competition news: 2019 Masters Ding Junhui advanced to the second round

Ding Junhui’s latest competition news: 2019 Masters Ding Junhui advanced to the second round
Since the Masters moved to the Alexander Palace in 2012, Ding Junhui has been shrouded in curses. In the past seven games, he has only won a poor game.In the 2019 Masters, Ding Junhui signed a good draw and won Lisovsky who played the Masters for the first time. Eventually, he won the 6-1 victory and finally avoided another round of travel.  As one of the three major snooker competitions, the Masters had been at Wembley Antiques from 1979 to 2011. At that time, Ding Junhui had a good record in this game. He reached the final in 2007 and won the runner-up. He won the championship in 2011.Unexpectedly, since the Masters moved to the Alexander Palace in 2012, although the venue is still Wembley, Ding Junhui seems to have lost the rhythm of winning. From 2012 to 2018, a total of seven Masters, only in 2017After winning one game every year, he was eliminated, and the remaining six games were eliminated in the first round.  This year’s Masters, Ding Junhui encountered Lisovsky who was ranked in the world’s top 16 for the first time and qualified for the Masters. The opponent as a rookie in the Masters seemed not very suitable for such a competition, but he also had many opportunities but did not catch it.Ding Junhui achieved a 5-0 lead in one fell swoop, scoring 66 points and 123 points in a single shot. After missing a match point, he finally won 6-1.  Jack (Lisovsky) is more stressed than me in the game, so he made a lot of mistakes. When you play this kind of competition for the first time, you will definitely want to express yourself very much. The first game is really very important, chanceOften, but you have to grasp it, but he is still too nervous, and sometimes he will be punished.As a coming person, Ding Junhui knew Lisovsky’s mentality.  For me, no matter how I play in the game, my goal is to win, and I believe that I have the ability to perform well in this game in the next few seasons.This is a good beginning.Ding Junhui’s past record in the Alexander Palace was unbearable, but this game against Lisovsky seemed to restore his confidence.  For the Masters, Ding Junhui is also respectful. The Masters is a competition among the top 16 players in the world. The opponents are very good. There is no easy game here. Even if your opponents are not playing well, it is still very difficult to deal with.Maintaining concentration in this competition is the first element.  In the quarter-finals, Ding Junhui’s opponent is Brecher of Belgium, and he is expected to reach the semifinals. Original title: Not easy!Ding Junhui won the second win in the eighth Masters: This is a good start