Тема в разделе 'Снукер', создана пользователем Eurosport Team, 20 мар 2008.
нее... ты сам....
так вон змей сам же и спонсирует :d :d :d
сразу двух зайцев убьем...и шончик под ногами в мейн-туре не будет мешаться...и будет кому змея пытать....не все же котят пинать :d :d :d
я ж не полиглот
да ладно перевести - ты на руки, на руки - смотри!!!!
добрый вечер! чего делаете? интриги-сплетни?:d :d
да какие там интриги - все решаем, как бы у змея выудить денежки, чтобы за заплатить за учебу зоолога, который потом будет его пытать
в жгут скручивать?
руки как руки-худые и волосатые..
об этом мы еще не думали
дельная мысль, однако - нужно попробовать
фу - татьяна!
загасишь самые романтические чувства на корню
ну что поделаешь-не романтик я... меня на свечи не возмешь...
Ding looks to shine at home tournament
Updated: 2008-03-21 09:42
China`s snooker ace Ding Junhui will be looking to continue his sizzling play on the Main Tour at the China Open in March, but a number of foes will stand in his way in Beijing.
World top-16 players, including world No 1 Ronnie O`Sullivan, Stephen Hendry, Ken Doherty, and defending champion Graeme Dott, are set to join the annual tournament, held from March 24 to 30, tournament organizer Intersports said yesterday.
"I am here to guarantee Chinese fans that the best 16 will be competing at the China Open this year," the tournament`s spokeswoman Zhang Yuan told China Daily.
Ding`s success over the past two years brings the sport`s popularity here to new heights. His cool, attacking play has captured the imaginations of a sports-crazed nation.
Live coverage of Ding`s home matches topped the 2007 sports viewing standings of China Central Television (CCTV).
In the 2007-08 season, Ding again grabbed the country`s attention when he beat three former top-ranked players - O`Sullivan, Hendry and Steve Davis - at the Snooker Premier League in England in December.
The 20-year-old wunderkind also had the pleasure of winning three ranking titles - the China Open and the UK Championships in 2005 and the Northern Ireland Trophy in 2006 - and is the only player other than John Higgins to do so before his 20th birthday.
With the $104,050 prize money won at the Premier League, Ding became the fifth-ranked athlete on the Forbes 2007 Chinese Celebrity Rich List after Yao Ming, Liu Xiang, Yan Zi and Zheng Jie.
"I want to play my best snooker at the China Open," he told Beijing Television. "The tournament is always special for me, because I won my first Main Tour trophy here and it is always a lot of fun to play in front of my family and Chinese fans."
In the inaugural China Open in 2005, Ding landed a historic win at the 2005 China Open by trumping Hendry 9-5 in the final. The victory made Ding the first-ever Chinese player to win a Main Tour title and the second youngest title holder in snooker history, just nine days older than Ronnie O`Sullivan when he won the 1993 UK Championship.
According to Zhang, Ding will be joined by eight Chinese wild cards in the tournament at the Beijing University Students Stadium.
After cooperating for three years, China`s Multiple Ball Games Administrative Center of the State General Sports Administration signed an eight-year contract with Worldsnooker, the world governing body of the sport.
"We want to build the China Open as the most successful tournament in Beijing," Intersports boss Kang Wei said. "With Ding`s wonderful show, our target is already
вот - еще скажи - лучше бы нижнее белье рекламировал
и тебе доброго вечера
ну и ноги такие же-худые и волосатые..
а остальное, как говорит змей-фотомонтаж...
кстати, из китая птичка принесла на хвосте не очень хорошие новости о дине
у него сейчас какие-то проблемы с желудком, так что неизвестно, оклимается он до чайны или нет
World professional snooker championship: Antrim star seeks a repeat of UK tournament win over legend Hendry
HE has done it before and he can do it again. Mark Allen will have to beat fading snooker legend Stephen Hendry if he is to survive beyond the first round at this year`s 888.com world championship at the Crucible threatre.
There is no doubt that the 39-year-old Scot is one of the finest players in the history of the game. He has won nearly 40 tournaments since turning professional in 1985, including a record seven world titles.
However, Hendry is not the player he was five years ago and Allen`s chances of replicating his convincing 9-4 win in the last 32 of the UK championship in December cannot be discounted.
Mark, at 22, is closing in on a place in the top 16. Currently he is provisionally ranked at No. 18, but if he can win two games at the China Open later this month and see off Hendry in Sheffield, he will break into the elite group, whose members do not have to qualify for tournaments.
Hendry, who was Allen`s boyhood hero, has slipped to No. 7 in the rankings and hasn`t won a title major title since he defeated fellow Scot Graeme Dott 9-7 in the final of the Malta Cup in 2005. In the 2006-07 season he showed signs of rediscovering his best form in the UK championship, beating Dave Harold and Mark Williams and leading Ronnie O`Sullivan 4-1 when the Rocket forfeited the match.
An impressive 9-7 win over Dott sent Hendry through to the final against Peter Ebdon, but despite taking a 3-1 lead, he failed to clinch a sixth UK title, losing by 10 frames to six.
Last year, when he was bidding to add to his world title conquests for the first time since 1999, Hendry survived a first round potential banana skin in Dave Gilbert, but suffered a 13-6 defeat in his next game against Ali Carter.
Allen and Hendry first met in the inaugural Northern Ireland Trophy - then an invitational event - and the Antrim left-hander crashed to a 5-1 defeat. "At that time Mark kept watching Stephen at the table and became awestruck," said his father Ronnie. "But the next time they played each other Mark, when he was in his chair, either listened to the balls or kept his eyes on the floor."
Allen possesses a good temperament and won`t be fazed by tackling a player who has won more than £8 million in prize money and who has compiled more than 700 century breaks, including eight `maximums`.
If Mark, who dumped out ex-champion Ken Doherty in the opening round a year ago, gets past Hendry, his next opponent will be Marco Fu or Ding Junhui. And should he make it through to the quarter-finals, his probable opponent is defending champion John Higgins.
Northern Ireland`s other representative at the championship, which cues off on Saturday, April 19, is Joe Swail, whose first tournament success on the local scene came at the Ulster Open Classic in the old 147 Club in Ballymena.
не волосатые - а лохматенькие
это, что есть шанс не увидить его сиззлин плей
да увидеть-то увидим - 100 процентов! вот только в какой он будет форме?
по себе знаю - когда что-то болит - то все остальное до фени....
да я боюсь что вообще ничего не увижу из за разницы во времени..
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