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Re: Yixing Open (Asian Tour 1) Discussion !!!

Postby Wildey

SnookerFan wrote:You'd think I'd remember that, don't you? <laugh> He beat some big names there. Witz will be on in a minute to tell me I should change my name from SnookerFan. :emb:

That's one (relatively small) downside to the wealth of tournaments these days. Sometimes a lesser known player can come in, have a decent run in a tournament and it passes you by a bit. That or you just forget about it.

Let's hope he can give Ding a game. :hatoff:

possibly the best Amateur in the world at the moment a bit unlucky he got drawn Ding who has something to prove.

Re: Yixing Open (Asian Tour 1) Discussion !!!

Postby Wildey

just checked Zhao Xintong page on cue tracker and hes entered Q School in 2013 and 2014 and not played a single match.

Re: Yixing Open (Asian Tour 1) Discussion !!!

Postby Skullman

Wildey wrote:just checked Zhao Xintong page on cue tracker and hes entered Q School in 2013 and 2014 and not played a single match.


Old visa problem strikes again?

Re: Yixing Open (Asian Tour 1) Discussion !!!

Postby SnookerFan

Wildey wrote:possibly the best Amateur in the world at the moment a bit unlucky he got drawn Ding who has something to prove.


I'd like to see Ding win this PTC. Though, he's proved he can win in Asia these days. That's not in doubt any more.

If anything he needs to win a few events in the UK. That's where he seems to be struggling at the moment.

Re: Yixing Open (Asian Tour 1) Discussion !!!

Postby Wildey

SnookerFan wrote:
Wildey wrote:possibly the best Amateur in the world at the moment a bit unlucky he got drawn Ding who has something to prove.


I'd like to see Ding win this PTC. Though, he's proved he can win in Asia these days. That's not in doubt any more.

If anything he needs to win a few events in the UK. That's where he seems to be struggling at the moment.

he wouldn't want to lose a match in this event having failed to get to Wuxi.

Re: Yixing Open (Asian Tour 1) Discussion !!!

Postby Wildey

Liu Jiaming who gave Zhou Yuelong a tough game has entered 5 previous Asian Tour events without winning a match and only 6 frames and the only pro hes played is John Higgins losing unsurprisingly 4-0

Zhou Yuelong wins 4-2

Re: Yixing Open (Asian Tour 1) Discussion !!!

Postby Wildey

Lin Shuai who is 3-1 down to Craig Steadman has had a few good wins against professionals and has beaten Jimmy White twice in two meetings in Asian Tour events.

Re: Yixing Open (Asian Tour 1) Discussion !!!

Postby Wildey

Tuesday 17th of June

8am

Jamie Burnett 4-0 Xie Zhaoze
Andrew Norman 4-1 Zhang Yadong
Zhang Anda 4-1 Ma Bing
Thepchaiya Un-Nooh 4-1 Ding Kai
Craig Steadman 4-1 Lin Shuai
Fraser Patrick 4-1 Chen Junhao
Zhou Yuelong 4-2 Liu Jiaming
Chen Zifan 1-4 Sean O'Sullivan

12.15pm

Ding Junhui v Zhao Xintong
Ryan Day v Niu Zhuang
Lee Page v Huang Jihao
Guan Zhen v Xu Si
Yu DeLu v Xu Yongwen
Ju Reti v Chen Zhe
Tang Jun v Xia Fukaiti
Yan Bingtao v Li Yunfei

2pm

Jamie Jones v Zong Zhe
Liang Wenbo v Wang Heng
Liu Chuang v Michael Tomlinson
Peter Lines v Yuan SiJun
Li Hang v Si Jiaxin
Sam Baird v Shan Xianshu
Zhong Lin v Long Zehuang

Re: Yixing Open (Asian Tour 1) Discussion !!!

Postby Wildey

Although the tournament is 3 session old just ahead of the match featuring Ding Junhui there will be a opening ceremony at 12pm BST which is 7pm in Yixing.

Re: Yixing Open (Asian Tour 1) Discussion !!!

Postby SnookerFan

Wildey wrote:Although the tournament is 3 session old just ahead of the match featuring Ding Junhui there will be a opening ceremony at 12pm BST which is 7pm in Yixing.


FFS. <laugh>

Re: Yixing Open (Asian Tour 1) Discussion !!!

Postby Wildey

Zhao Xintong takes the opener against Ding Junhui

Ding yet to win a frame in 2014/2015 season having lost 6 frames now.

Re: Yixing Open (Asian Tour 1) Discussion !!!

Postby Wildey

Ding Junhui 1-1 Zhao Xintong
Ryan Day 2-0 Niu Zhuang
Lee Page 1-0 Huang Jihao
Guan Zhen 0-1 Xu Si
Yu DeLu 1-0 Xu Yongwen
Ju Reti 0-1 Chen Zhe
Tang Jun 0-0 Xia Fukaiti
Yan Bingtao 0-1 Li Yunfei

Re: Yixing Open (Asian Tour 1) Discussion !!!

Postby Wildey

Ding Junhui 4-1 Zhao Xintong
Ryan Day 4-1 Niu Zhuang
Lee Page 3-2 Huang Jihao
Guan Zhen 3-2 Xu Si
Yu DeLu 4-0 Xu Yongwen
Ju Reti 4-1 Chen Zhe
Tang Jun 3-0 Xia Fukaiti
Yan Bingtao 2-1 Li Yunfei
Jamie Jones 2-0 Zong Zhe
Liang Wenbo 0-1 Wang Heng
Liu Chuang v Michael Tomlinson
Peter Lines v Yuan SiJun
Li Hang 2-0 Si Jiaxin

Re: Yixing Open (Asian Tour 1) Discussion !!!

Postby Wildey

Tuesday 17th of June

12.15pm

Ding Junhui 4-1 Zhao Xintong
Ryan Day 4-1 Niu Zhuang
Lee Page 4-2 Huang Jihao
Guan Zhen 4-2 Xu Si
Yu DeLu 4-0 Xu Yongwen
Ju Reti 4-1 Chen Zhe
Tang Jun 4-0 Xia Fukaiti
Yan Bingtao 4-1 Li Yunfei

2pm

Jamie Jones 4-0 Zong Zhe
Liang Wenbo 2-1 Wang Heng
Liu Chuang 1-1 Michael Tomlinson
Peter Lines 2-0 Yuan SiJun
Li Hang 4-0 Si Jiaxin
Sam Baird 1-2 Shan Xianshu
Zhong Lin 1-0 Long Zehuang

Re: Yixing Open (Asian Tour 1) Discussion !!!

Postby Wildey

Shan Xianshu has played in 4 Asian tour events before this one winning just 1 match against Wang Heng 4-3 but today he put payed to Sam Baird by 4 frames to 1.

Re: Yixing Open (Asian Tour 1) Discussion !!!

Postby Wildey

Tuesday 17th of June

2pm

Jamie Jones 4-0 Zong Zhe
Liang Wenbo 3-4 Wang Heng
Liu Chuang 4-2
Michael Tomlinson
Peter Lines 4-2 Yuan SiJun
Li Hang 4-0 Si Jiaxin
Sam Baird 1-4 Shan Xianshu
Zhong Lin 3-4 Long Zehuang

Re: Yixing Open (Asian Tour 1) Discussion !!!

Postby Wildey

Wednesday 18th of June

3am

Tony Drago v Duan Yanfeng
Feng XiongMan v Huang Haoyang
Joe Perry v Li Yan
Lyu Haotian v Liu Yiqi
Cao XinLong v Xu Xinjian
Hu Hao v Zhang Yi
David Grace v Geng Mingqi
Lyu Chenwei v Tu Jiong

5.30am

Matthew Selt v Qin Jianfeng
Ross Muir v Martin O'Donnell
Kurt Maflin Ma TingPeng
Li Yuan v Pa Ruke
Da Hailin scr Cai Peng w/o
Michael Holt v Zhang Yong
Lu Ning v Chen Wen
Noppon Saengkham v Gao Le

8am

Cai Jianzhong v Liu Ming
Dechawat Poomjaeng v Luo Guangsheng
Graeme Dott v Wang Yuchen
Rouzi Maimaiti v Luo Honghao
Tian Pengfei v Feng Zeyuan
Scott Donaldson v Chen Feng
Barry Pinches v Long Yun
Oliver Lines v Pang Junxu

12.00pm

Mark J Williams v Chen Xu
Stuart Bingham v Timothy Ng
Mei Xi Wen v Sun Hongrui
Mark King v Wang ZePeng
James Cahill v Paul Ingram
Robert Milkins v Zhong Asheng
Stephen Maguire v Cao Kaisheng
Marco Fu v Au Chin Wai

2pm

John Higgins v Kobkit Palajin
Martin Gould v Chen Feilong
Marcus Campbell v Chen Ruifu
Xiao Guodong v Lin Yongzhi
Cao Yupeng v Lei Zhen
Ian Glover v Ren Jiaxing

Re: Yixing Open (Asian Tour 1) Discussion !!!

Postby snooky147

TheSaviour wrote:Graeme Dott has started well, he´s fastly 3-0 up.


won 4-2 but not before the 15 year old he was playing gave him a fright because Graeme in my view played too open. But a win is a win.

Re: Yixing Open (Asian Tour 1) Discussion !!!

Postby Wildey

Wednesday 18th of June

3am

Tony Drago 4-0 Duan Yanfeng
Feng XiongMan 4-3 Huang Haoyang
Joe Perry 4-0 Li Yan
Lyu Haotian 4-2 Liu Yiqi
Cao XinLong 4-0 Xu Xinjian
Hu Hao 1-4 Zhang Yi
David Grace 4-1
Geng Mingqi
Lyu Chenwei 4-0 Tu Jiong

5.30am

Matthew Selt 4-0 Qin Jianfeng
Ross Muir 4-2 Martin O'Donnell
Kurt Maflin 4-1 Ma TingPeng
Li Yuan 0-4 Pa Ruke
Da Hailin scr Cai Peng w/o
Michael Holt 4-1 Zhang Yong
Lu Ning 4-1 Chen Wen
Noppon Saengkham 4-0 Gao Le

8am

Cai Jianzhong 4-0 Liu Ming
Dechawat Poomjaeng 2-2 Luo Guangsheng
Graeme Dott 4-2 Wang Yuchen
Rouzi Maimaiti 2-3 Luo Honghao
Tian Pengfei 4-0 Feng Zeyuan
Scott Donaldson 4-1 Chen Feng
Barry Pinches 3-2 Long Yun
Oliver Lines 1-1 Pang Junxu

12.00pm

Mark J Williams v Chen Xu
Stuart Bingham v Timothy Ng
Mei Xi Wen v Sun Hongrui
Mark King v Wang ZePeng
James Cahill v Paul Ingram
Robert Milkins v Zhong Asheng
Stephen Maguire v Cao Kaisheng
Marco Fu v Au Chin Wai

2pm

John Higgins v Kobkit Palajin
Martin Gould v Chen Feilong
Marcus Campbell v Chen Ruifu
Xiao Guodong v Lin Yongzhi
Cao Yupeng v Lei Zhen
Ian Glover v Ren Jiaxing

Re: Yixing Open (Asian Tour 1) Discussion !!!

Postby snooky147

snooky147 wrote:
TheSaviour wrote:Graeme Dott has started well, he´s fastly 3-0 up.


won 4-2 but not before the 15 year old he was playing gave him a fright because Graeme in my view played too open. But a win is a win.

Just spoke to him. He was severely jet lagged and had no access to the two practice tables as there were approx 20 players on them lol. He had 4 shots using the yellow as the extent of a warm up. No wonder he was rusty.