Ronnie O'Sullivan and Ding Junhui can't be isolated in the second round of the World Snooker Championship as they finish their second meeting 8-8 of every a race to 13. It has been a sublime challenge up to this point with outlines sliding by in a matter of seconds as the two players showed preeminent break-building capacities. Saturday's evening meeting started with O'Sullivan and Ding bolted at 4-4 and the main edge of the day was the main extremely crude one, which the Rocket figured out how to squeeze. Ding was definitely not shaken, however, as he guaranteed the following three on the turn with breaks of 64, 118 and 101, hustling into a 7-5 lead.
Ronnie overflowed with breaks of 90, 89 and 73 to retake the lead, with Ding scoring only nine focuses over the three edges. Neither one of the men would make a regressive stride, however, regardless of the overwhelming blows both were landing, and the Chinese star return thundering in the last edge of the meeting, making 53 as he leveled things up once more.
'It's been an exceptionally elevated expectation that these two players have delivered,' Dennis Taylor said on critique for the BBC. 'It's been a remarkable, engaging meeting of snooker and we can't separate them.' Mark Williams anticipates in the quarter-last for whoever can arrive at 13 casings in the last meeting on Sunday at 7pm, which makes certain to deliver genuine pressure and show.