Neil Robertson (@1.53) vs Ding Junhui (@2.5)
12-09-2019

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Neil Robertson will win

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Ding is the 2016 Six-red World Champion and has won 13 major ranking titles. In the 2013/2014 season, Ding equalled Stephen Hendry's record of winning five ranking titles in a single season. After his win at the 2006 Northern Ireland Trophy, Ding became the second player under the age of 20 after John Higgins to win three ranking titles. His first major professional successes came in 2005 when he won the China Open and the UK Championship, becoming the first player from outside Great Britain and Ireland to win the title. Ding turned professional in 2003 at the age of 16. In 2016, he became the first Asian player to reach the final of the World Championship.

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In October 2009, Robertson clinched the 2009 Grand Prix trophy in Glasgow with a 94 win over China's Ding Junhui in the final. His semi-final match with defending champion John Higgins was won on the final black of the deciding frame.

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It was an extremely high quality encounter as both players compiled four centuries to match a Crucible record in a best of 25 frame match, but Robertson would lose 1312.[85] He made 11 centuries in the event which included a 143 in the first round, a 145 in the second and 141 and 142 breaks in the final session of his match with Hawkins. Robertson enjoyed comfortable 102 and 135 wins over Jamie Jones and Ali Carter to face Barry Hawkins in the quarter-finals of the World Championship.

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Robertson started 2013 by attempting to defend his Masters title.

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In the quarter-finals of the Shanghai Masters, Ding lost 54 on the final black to Kyren Wilson.[89] Ding won the Haining Open, defeating Ricky Walden 43 in the final. It was Ding's first title carrying ranking points in 16 months.[90] In the main ranking events, he was knocked out in the second round of the International Championship and in the first round of the UK Championship by amateur player Adam Duffy.

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In his first Masters final he opened up a 53 lead over Murphy in the first session and, although he lost the first frame upon the resumption of play, won four frames in a row to stand on the edge of the title. He beat Mark Allen and Mark Williams in the opening two rounds, before facing Trump in the semi-finals for the second successive major tournament.[33] He exacted revenge for his defeat in York a month earlier by winning 63 and said after the match that he had been spurred on by fans cheering when Trump fluked shots.[34] Such was Robertson's feeling that he lacked support from the local crowd, he offered to buy a pint of beer for anyone attending his matches in an Australian hat or shirt,[35] but only one person heeded this call in his semi final match against Mark Williams. Robertson won the 2012 Masters by defeating Shaun Murphy 106 in the final.

So he went on to the semi-finals, being only the fourth Australian ever to do so in a ranking event. He made his breakthrough in the 2006/2007 season.[10] After finishing top of his group at the 2006 Grand Prix's round robin stage (he lost only one match: his opener against Nigel Bond by 23), Robertson then beat Ronnie O'Sullivan 51 in the quarter-finals of the event. He beat Alan McManus 62 in the semis, to reach his first major final, where he faced a fellow first-time finalist, the unseeded Jamie Cope, whom he beat comfortably by 95 to win his first ever professional ranking tournament.[11] The win earned Robertson 60,000, his highest amount of money earned in one tournament.

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Ding appeared resigned to defeat, taking little time to consider his shot selection, and shook hands with O'Sullivan after the frame. This , along with the boisterous and hostile nature of the London crowd, led Ding to leave the table in tears during the twelfth frame when he was trailing 83 in the best-of-19-frames contest. O'Sullivan consoled Ding and they walked arm-in-arm to the backstage area. Because it was the last frame before the mid-session interval, it was uncertain whether Ding had conceded the match. After Ding won the first two frames, O'Sullivan went on to dominate the match.

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