Ding fails to reach last 16 of 2018 Snooker World Open

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"I felt very tired and I did not play well tonight. Maybe I need to work out." 
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Ding Junhui of China plays a shot to Robert Milkins of England in their second round match during the 2018 World Open snooker tournament in Yushan County, Shangrao City, east China's Jiangxi Province on Wednesday.

Home favorite Ding Junhui lost to Robert Milkins 5-4, failing to make it to the last 16 of the 2018 Snooker World Open in Yunshan County, Jiangxi Province on Wednesday.

"I felt very tired and I did not play well tonight. Maybe I need to work out," said Ding.

However, Xiao Guodong of China beat Jak Jones 5-0 with runs of 97, 50, 88, 77 and 57 to make the last 16. Marco Fu defeated Andrew Higginson 5-4 while Yan Bingtao lost to Matthew Selt 5-3.

Mark Williams enjoyed a comfortable 5-2 win over Ben Woollaston. World number one Mark Selby also had a 5-2 victory, beating Jamie Jones with a top break of 75.


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