Ding stops Selby to make semis at snooker worlds (2)

15:06, April 28, 2011      

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Ding Junhui of China reacts during his quarter-final match against Mark Selby of England in 2011's World Snooker Championship in Sheffield, Britain, April 27, 2011. Ding won 13:10 to enter the semi-finals. (Xinhua/Xiu Kun)

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