WPA 8 Ball World Championship 2010
8-Ball World Championship 2010
WPA World 8-Ball Championship 2010
|venue||Fujairah Tennis Center,
Fujairah , UA Emirates
|opening||April 4, 2010|
|Endgame||April 10, 2010|
The WPA 8-ball World Cup 2010 (officially: WPA Damas World 8-Ball Championship in 2010 ) was the fifth staging of the of the World Pool-Billiard Association hosted world championship in billiards discipline 8-Ball . It took place on April 4th and 10th, 2010 at the Fujairah Tennis Center in Fujairah ( United Arab Emirates ).
A total of 64 players from more than 30 nations took part in the tournament.
In the preliminary round, the number of players was reduced from 64 to 32. The game was initially played in a double knockout system . This means: After the first game, the players were divided into a winning round and a losing round. Whoever was in the winning round only had to win one game against another player who had won in the first round to advance to the final round. In the losers round, on the other hand, you first had to assert yourself against another player who had lost in the first game and then win against a loser from the winning round.
Even if this system is relatively complicated, it guarantees every player to be able to lose a game in the preliminary round without having to be eliminated from the tournament immediately. The second lost game within the preliminary round will in any case lead to elimination from the tournament.
In the final round it was then played in the knockout system , so every defeat led to elimination from the tournament.
The preliminary round took place from April 4th to 6th.
The following 16 players have won once and lost twice in the preliminary round, which means early elimination and places 33 to 48.
|David Alcaide||Kim Aquino||Maged al-Azmi||Rubén Bautista|
|Vincent Facquet||Ham won-sik||Mustafa Hassan||Thorsten Hohmann|
|Mohamed Hosany||Kenny Kwok||Sandile Madlala||Saeed al-Mutawe|
|Mehdi Rasheki||Shaker Wahdan||Ismail Yaqob||Tahkti Zarekani|
The following 16 players lost twice in the preliminary round, which means the early elimination and places 49 to 64.
|Mohamed el-Assel||Radoslaw Babica||Lee Chen Man||Abdulatif Fawal|
|Amin Fekry||Lu Hui-chan||Moein Khedri||Kang Lee|
|Ali Nasih||Salah al-Remwy||Omran Salem||Hussain Sayeem|
|Khaled Sebata||Majid Sultan||Sumit Talwar||Abdullah al-Yousef|
Round of 32
April 7, 2010
Round of 16
April 8, 2010
April 9, 2010
April 9, 2010
April 10, 2010
|20th||Jeffrey de Luna||10||20th||Jeffrey de Luna||10|
|Dennis Orcollo||9||4th||Lee Van Corteza||2|
|4th||Lee Van Corteza||10||20th||Jeffrey de Luna||5|
|19th||Ruslan Tschinachow||10||19th||Ruslan Tschinachow||10|
|1||Mika Immonen||5||19th||Ruslan Tschinachow||10|
|Francis Crevier||6th||13||Yukio Akakariyama||7th|
|13||Yukio Akakariyama||10||19th||Ruslan Tschinachow||2|
|Ronato Alcano||10||9||Karl Boyes||10|
|Scott Higgins||3||Ronato Alcano||4th|
|Venancio Tanio||10||Venancio Tanio||10|
|Jalal al-Saresi||6th||Venancio Tanio||5|
|9||Karl Boyes||10||9||Karl Boyes||10|
|Masaaki Tanaka||3||9||Karl Boyes||10|
|Chang Pei-Wei||5||Stephan Cohen||6th|
|Stephan Cohen||10||9||Karl Boyes||13|
|2||Ralf Souquet||10||7th||Niels Feijen||12|
|Huidji lake||0||2||Ralf Souquet||9|
|Bashar Hussain||5||7th||Niels Feijen||10|
|7th||Niels Feijen||10||7th||Niels Feijen||10|
|Andreas Roschkowsky||10||Andreas Roschkowsky||6th|
|Mateusz Śniegocki||7th||Andreas Roschkowsky||10|
|8th||Marcus Chamat||10||8th||Marcus Chamat||6th|
|11||Shane van Boening||1||7th||Niels Feijen||10|
|Raymund Faraon||1||3||Darren Appleton||6th|
|Ko Pin-yi||10||Ko Pin-yi||8th|
|John Morra||4th||3||Darren Appleton||10|
|3||Darren Appleton||10||3||Darren Appleton||10|
|17th||Antonio Gabica||10||Joven Alba||8th|
|10||Marlon Manalo||6th||17th||Antonio Gabica||8th|
|Oliver Medinilla||3||Joven Alba||10|
In the final, Karl Boyes had a much better start and was already leading 4: 0 and 11: 5, respectively, before his opponent started a race to catch up and came back up to 12:12. In the end, however, the Englishman had the better end and won with 13:12
- WPA Damas World 8-Ball Championship 2010 on azbilliards.com