Wednesday, September 15, 2021 19:06 PM (GMT+7)
(Sports news, billiard news) The former world snooker champion did not have much difficulty switching to the 9-ball pool content.
Video of Trump’s 9-0 absolute victory, the launch date of the 9-ball pool
Snooker and pool are two completely different billiard events in terms of rules, just as snooker has 21 target balls while pool has 8, 9, 14 balls. Although the snooker ball is also smaller than the pool, when switching to 9-ball billiards, former No. 1 and former snooker world champion Judd Trump (UK) still integrates very quickly.
Trump is the number 2 snooker in the world, playing sublime in his first time attending a professional 9-ball pool tournament.
Launched the first professional pool tournament at the US Open event taking place in Atlantic City (USA) from September 14 to 19. Facing host Joe Magee in the first match, world No. 2 snooker Trump showed convincing performance.
With the ability to “run the ball” and the technique of putting the ball down the hole, the mechanical hand born in 1989 has continuously created “pitfalls” and then fully exploited the mistakes of the opponent. Trump’s 9-0 “white” victory, demonstrated the difference in expertise between the two hands.
The 32-year-old player admitted to playing well in content that was not inspired by Emma Raducanu, an 18-year-old tennis player who just won the US Open 2021.
“What Emma has done is unbelievable and her feat is amazing for British sport. It pushed me to do well here, a tournament in America. The first game I was quite nervous, but when he made a mistake I won and was more confident. I’m satisfied with the score 9-0,” Trump confided after the first match of the US Open.
With his first victory, Trump confidently headed for the second round of US Open billiards 2021, clashing with Dhruvalkumar Patel of India, Trump continued to have a 9-2 victory, thereby winning tickets to the third round. Next, the 32-year-old player competes with Abdullah Al-Shammari (Saudi Arabia)
The US Open event taking place from September 14 to 19 has a total value of 300,000 USD. The champion wins $50,000, the runner-up gets $25,000, and $12,000 is the prize for the third place.
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