|Ding Junhui (R) of China and Neil Robertson of Australia are seen during the awarding ceremony after the final at the China Open snooker tournament in Beijing, China, April 6, 2014. Ding claimed the title by winning 10-5. (Xinhua/Gong Lei)|
BEIJING, April 6 -- China's snooker ace Ding Junhui beat world No. 1 and defending champion Neil Robertson 10-5 to win the title of the 2014 World Snooker China Open here on Sunday.
Ding Junhui won the best-of-19 finals for the title.
It is Ding's second title at China Open. He won his first gold medal here in 2005 after beating Stephen Hendry.