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They won the final 4—2 against Northern Ireland. After the match, Ding criticized the condition of the tables at the event and the attitude of the audience, saying both were "rubbish".
Ding could not progress past the second round of the first six ranking events of the —13 season and found himself ranked world number 11 in December.
At the finals, Ding made the fifth of his career in the first frame of his quarter-final against Allen and made two more century breaks in a 4—3 win.
At the minor-ranking Bluebell Wood Open , he made a rare break while beating Jimmy Robertson in the quarter-finals before losing 4—3 to Marco Fu in the semi-finals.
The final against Xiao Guodong was the first all-Chinese final of a ranking event in the history of snooker; Ding made a century break and seven more breaks above 50 to win 10—6.
Following that, Ding played in the first Indian Open , defeating Aditya Mehta 5—0 in the final to become the first player to win back-to-back major-ranking event titles in the same season since Ronnie O'Sullivan in Ding rallied from 9—8 down to win the final two frames and become the first player to win three consecutive major-ranking events since Stephen Hendry won five consecutively in After his hat-trick, Ding reached world number three in the rankings for the first time in his career, before reaching number two just behind Neil Robertson.
Ding won two more ranking titles; the German Masters , beating Judd Trump 9—5 in the final, and the China Open by beating Robertson 10—5 in the final to equal Hendry's season record of five wins.
At the start of the —15 season , Ding failed to qualify for the televised stages of the Wuxi Classic , losing 5—0 to Oliver Brown in the qualifiers.
In the third round of the UK Championship , Ding fought from 5—1 down to send his match against James Cahill to a deciding frame. Ding recovered from needing three snookers in the tenth frame when world ranked Cahill left a free ball.
In the final frame, however, Ding missed a red when on a break of 32, which allowed Cahill a chance to knock him out, which he did. Ding held the top spot for a week before Robertson reclaimed it.
In the opening rounds of the World Championship , Ding came back from 4—0 against Mark Davis to win 10—7 and from 5—1 down against John Higgins to win 13—9.
It was Ding's first title carrying ranking points in 16 months. After losing to Duffy, Ding's press conference, during which he swore and criticized the conditions at the event, lasted less than one minute.
Ding made the sixth break of his career in the quarter-finals of the Welsh Open against Neil Robertson; Ding also made a but these were the only frames he won and he was defeated 5—2.
He did so by winning three matches, conceding seven frames. He compiled his th century break of his career during this run.
Ding beat Martin Gould by 10—8 and Judd Trump by 13—10 in the first and second rounds, respectively. With this victory, Ding became the first Asian player to reach the final of the World Championship.
Ding lost the final 14—18 to Mark Selby. Ding won the Six-red World Championship , beating Stuart Bingham on the final black in the final by 8—7. It was the 12th ranking-tournament win of his career and he also became the first player to win the event twice.
He then defeated Anthony Hamilton 5—2. Ding was eliminated from the China Open in quarter-finals after losing 5—1 to Kyren Wilson.
Ding made a break to level the match and a 70 in the decider to progress with a score of 13— Despite a career-record ten losses and two wins prior to the match, Ding won 13— He won two frames from 16—13 down but missed a blue in the next frame and lost 17— Ding said his game would continue to improve as he had played with more confidence and aggression throughout the event.
He lost 6—1 to the captain of the British team Ronnie O'Sullivan. In , Ding returned to form and reached the final of the World Grand Prix, where he won a 6—5 victory over Mark Selby in the semi-final.
He then beat Mark Selby 6—5 in the quarter-final, before losing to Barry Hawkins 10—9 in the semi-final. In January , Ding participated in the Masters , beating Jack Lisowski 6—1 in the first round and Luca Brecel 6—5 in the quarter-final.
He lost to Ronnie O'Sullivan 6—3 in the semi-final. However, he lost to Duane Jones 5—3 in the quarter-final. His win made him the fifth player to win the UK title three or more times, and it was his first ranking event win since At the World Championship Ding led Mark King in the 9—7 in their first round match before King won two minute frames to level the match at 9—9 and send it into a decider.
Ding won the deciding frame to progress 10—9 where he would face O'Sullivan in round two. After two very tight sessions, the players were tied at 4—4 and then 8—8 going into the third and final session.
O'Sullivan proved too strong in the third session and Ding eventually lost the match 10— Ding won three consecutive ranking tournaments in In Triple Crown events, he has reached the World Championship finals once, becoming the first Asian player to reach the final of the World Championship in before losing to Mark Selby 14— During his professional playing career, Ding has compiled more than competitive century breaks and six maximum breaks in professional competition.
His first maximum break came at the Masters at the age of 19 years and seven months, making Ding the youngest player to have made a televised Ding's second maximum break came at the UK Championship.
Ding's mother died in He became a father in A episode cartoon series Dragon Ball No. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Chinese professional snooker player, three-time UK champion, and Masters champion.
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