Ding Junhui

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Ding Junhui
Ding Junhui at Snooker German Masters (DerHexer) 2015-02-05 01.jpg
Born (1987-04-01) 1 Aprile 1987 (age 33)
Yixing, Jiangsu, China
Sport kintra Cheenae
Nickname
Professional2003–
Heichest rankin1 (December 2014, January–February 2015)
Current rankin11 (as o 27 June 2020)
Career winnins£3,600,854
Heichest break147: (6 times)
Century braks529
Toornament wins
Rankin14
Minor-rankin4
Non-rankin4
Ding Junhui
Semplifeed Cheenese丁俊晖
Tradeetional Cheenese丁俊暉

Ding Junhui (Cheenese: 丁俊晖; born 1 Apryle 1987) i a Cheenese professional snooker player who hae been considered the maist successfu Asian player i the history o the sport. Throughout his career, he haes won 14 major ranking titles, includin three UK Championships i 2005, 2009, an 2019; twa Shanghai Masters titles i 2013 and 2016; an one German Masters title in 2014. He haes an aw twice reached the feenal o the Masters, winnin ance in 2011. Representin Cheena at the Asian Games, Ding haes won five gowd medals i individual an team events. In 2016, he became the first Asian player tae reach the feenal o the Warld Championship. The same year, he won his first Six-red World Championship.

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