Hopes Rise and Fall After First Day in Women’s World Championship

March 1st, 2006 by Billiard News by Inside POOL Magazine Leave a reply »

Hopes Rise and Fall After First Day in Women’s World Championship-Staff, Mr. Tu SportsThe first day of play is now complete at the WPA Women’s World Nine Ball Championships in Taipei, Taiwan. Representatives from the events main sponsor, Amway, watched on as some players had days of great promise while others will come into play tomorrow bearing a sense of desperation. We are in the round-robin stages and only three out of the six players in each group will survive the stage. By Friday morning twenty-four of the forty-eight players from throughout the world will have had their tournament hopes quashed while an equal number will continue on to fight through the championship rounds.Highlights of the day included the opportunity to watch two former World Junior Champions in action. Meng Meng Zhou of China is making her presence known here, first with an impressive win over American powerhouse Monica Webb 5-4 followed by a double-hill loss to Charlotte Sorenson from Denmark, the number three ranked player in the EPBF.

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