Wow, that is devastating from Ding. The Star of the East capitalises to full effect on Campbell's mistake, rattling off a half-century break to take the match.
Campbell M.-Jun Hui D.
World Open - 23 September 2010
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The third frame has been a battle of wits so far, with both players laying safety shots until Campbell finally decides to take on a long red to the bottom-right pocket. Unfortunately for the Scot, he misses and Ding has a good chance now of winning match.
Ding breaks for the third frame. Campbell hasn't exactly been playing poorly, more his opponent has had a great day, but he will need to improve if he's to stop Ding from cantering to a 3-0 win.
When you're playing well, you get the lucky breaks, and Ding is certainly playing well. He's slightly fortunate with his position on a colour after knocking in the penultimate red, and goes on to take the frame.
And the man from Dumbarton can't find that quality, missing the red at the bottom of the pack to the bottom-left pocket. Ding comes back to the table and capitalises - his break stands at 48 and there are just three reds left.
Good start to the second from Campbell, but he may have a problem now. Nearly all the reds are bunched and it'll take a high-quality shot to keep the break of 23 going.
The green hovers over the top-right pocket, but won't go in. No matter, a 110 break and the first frame for Ding. Devastating from the 23-year-old.
And with a composed blue to the the left-centre pocket, it's 100 up for Ding.
Stunning stuff from the Chinese sensation here. The break's at 78 and a century break has to be the target now.
Excellent start from Ding here - a break of 52 and counting. Eight reds left, but pretty much all of them available.
Right, now the fourth round has been wrapped up, it's time for the fifth round. Marcus Campbell and Chinese Sensation Ding Junhui kick us off in just a few minutes.