In this Jan 12, 2020 photo, Ding Junhui of China plays a shot during the round 1 match between Ding Junhui of China and Joe Perry of England at Snooker Masters 2020 at the Alexandra Palace in London, Britain. (TIM IRELAND / XINHUA)
LONDON - China's top player Ding Junhui and five-time world champion Ronnie O'Sullivan were tied at 8-8 after Saturday's second session at the Snooker World Championship.
The pair shared the first eight frames on Friday before they took four frames each in the second session on Saturday
The pair shared the first eight frames on Friday before they took four frames each in the second session on Saturday.
They will resume the battle in the final session on Sunday with the first to win 13 frames to go through to the quarterfinals to face Mark Williams.
Barry Hawkins and Neil Robertson were also tied at 8-8 while Anthony McGill trailed Jamie Clark at 8-7. Kyren Wilson led Martin Gould 11-5.
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