World Cup of Pool

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The World Cup of Pool is the international annual single-elimination tournament for doubles teams in nine-ball competition. It is held annually, at various locations, and was first held in 2006 in Newport, Wales. The tournament is hosted by Matchroom Sport and was previously sponsored by PartyPoker.com. The 2014 event was sponsored by BetWay.

Format[edit]

Performances of the nations.

There are usually 32 participating teams, representing 31 nations (the host nation have two teams represented, A and B) composed of two players each. The participating nations do not have to go through a qualifying tournament in order to join, as they are selected by the organizers. Sixteen teams are seeded; they will face the unseeded teams at the first round.

The individual matches are scotch doubles, and races to nine racks, except for the final which is more than nine racks, with alternating break. The rules used are World Pool-Billiard Association World Standardized Rules for nine-ball, modified for scotch doubles play (players on a team alternate shots; no one shoots twice in a row).

Results[edit]

Year Host Final Semifinalists
Winner Score Runner-up
2006  Wales (Newport) Philippines
Reyes/Bustamante
13–5 United States
Strickland/Morris
Germany
Engert/Ortmann
Vietnam
Nguyen/Luong
2007  Netherlands (Rotterdam) China
Li/Fu
11–10 Finland
Immonen/Juva
Japan
Kawabata/Oi
Canada
Martel/Montal
2008  Netherlands (Rotterdam) United States
Morris/Van Boening
11–7 England
Peach/Gray
Philippines
Bustamante/Orcollo
China
Li/Fu
2009
Details
 Philippines (Quezon City) Philippines
Reyes/Bustamante
11–9 Germany
Souquet/Hohmann
China
Li/Fu
Philippines
Alcano/Orcollo
2010
Details
 Philippines (Manila) China
Li/Fu
10–5 Philippines
Orcollo/Gomez
Germany
Souquet/Ortmann
Chinese Taipei
Ko P.Y./Chang J.L.
2011
Details
 Philippines (Quezon City) Germany
Souquet/Hohmann
10–4 Thailand
Kanjanasri/Palajin
South Korea
Lee/Hwang
Chinese Taipei
Ko P.Y./Ko P.C.
2012
Details
 Philippines (Manila) Finland
Immonen/Makkonen
10–8 Poland
Skowerski/Szewcyk
United States
Van Boening/Morris
Chinese Taipei
Han E.H./Hsin T.C.
2013
Details
 England (London) Philippines
Orcollo/Corteza
10–8 Netherlands
Feijen/van den Berg
Finland
Immonen/Makkonen
Chinese Taipei
Ko P.Y./Chang J.L.
2014
Details
 England (Portsmouth) England
Appleton/Boyes
10–9 Netherlands
Feijen/van den Berg
Finland
Immonen/Makkonen
Austria
Ouschan/He
# Country 1st 2nd SF Total
1  Philippines 3 1 2 6
2  China 2 0 2 4
3  Germany 1 1 2 4
 Finland 1 1 2 4
5  United States 1 1 1 3
6  England 1 1 0 2
7  Netherlands 0 2 0 2
8  Thailand 0 1 0 1
 Poland 0 1 0 1
10  Chinese Taipei 0 0 4 4
11  Vietnam 0 0 1 1
 Japan 0 0 1 1
 Canada 0 0 1 1
South Korea Korea 0 0 1 1
 Austria 0 0 1 1

2006[edit]

The inaugural tournament was held in Newport, Wales, August 22–27, 2006.

Participating nations[edit]

Tournament bracket[edit]

Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
                       
1 Philippines Reyes/Bustamante 9
Malaysia Yuen/Bin Amir 5
1 Philippines Reyes/ Bustamante 9
Czech Republic Hybler/Gavenciak 6
Czech Republic Hybler/Gavenciak 9
8 Canada Salvas/Edey 8
1 Philippines Reyes/ Bustamante 9
4 Germany Engert/Ortmann 7
5 Chinese Taipei Wang/Yang 9
12 Japan Tanaka/Kawabata 4
5 Chinese Taipei Wang/Yang 4
4 Germany Engert/Ortmann 9
Spain Alcaide/Guzman 5
4 Germany Engert/Ortmann 9
1 Philippines Reyes/ Bustamante 13
3 United States Strickland/Morris 5
3 United States Strickland/Morris 9
England Davis/Peach 3
3 United States Strickland/Morris 9
Hong Kong Lee/Kong 3
11 Russia Stepanov/Zolorilov 8
Hong Kong Lee/Kong 9
3 United States Strickland/Morris 9
Vietnam Nguyen/Luong 7
7 Finland Immonen/Juva 2
10 Italy Petroni/Millauro 9
10 Italy Petroni/Millauro 8
Vietnam Nguyen/Luong 9
Vietnam Nguyen/Luong 9
2 Netherlands van den Berg/Feijen 8

Final[edit]

The Philippine team of Efren Reyes and Francisco Bustamante became the first champions of the World Cup of Pool, defeating the American tandem of Earl Strickland and Rodney Morris, 13-5.

2007[edit]

The second tournament was in Rotterdam, Netherlands, September 25–30, 2007.

Participating nations[edit]

Tournament bracket[edit]

Round of 16
Race to 8
Losers $5,000/pair
Quarter finals
Race to 9
Losers $10,000/pair
Semi fibr>Losers $16,000/pair Final
Race to 10
Losers $30,000/pair; Winners $50,000/pair
                       
1 Philippines Reyes/ Bustamante 8
Croatia Stojanovic/Putnik 0
1 Philippines Reyes/Bustamante 6
8 China Li/Fu 9
France Cohen/Facquet 6
8 China Li/Fu 8
8 China Li/Fu 9
Japan Kawabata/Oi 4
5 Netherlands Feijen/van den Berg 7
Japan Kawabata/Oi 8
Japan Kawabata/Oi 9
Singapore Toh/Chan 5
13 Austria Kempter/Ouschan 2
Singapore Toh/Chan 8
8 China Li/Fu 11
10 Finland Immonen/Juva 10
3 Chinese Taipei Wu/Yang 6
Belgium Das/Bruynooghe 8
Belgium Das/Bruynooghe 4
11 Canada Martel/Montal 9
11 Canada Martel/Montal 8
South Korea Kim/Rye 2
11 Canada Martel/Montal 0
10 Finland Immonen/Juva 9
7 England Majid/Peach 5
10 Finland Immonen/Juva 8
10 Finland Immonen/Juva 9
15 Switzerland Tschudi/Jungo 4
15 Switzerland Tschudi/Jungo 8
2 United States Deuel/Morris 6

Final[edit]

The Chinese duo of Li He-wen and Fu Jian-bo beat the Finnish team of Mika Immonen and Markus Juva at the last rack, 11-10 to win China's first championship. No team seeded higher than 8th made it to the semifinals.

2008[edit]

The third tournament was again in Rotterdam, Netherlands, from October 7–11, 2008. For the first time in the tournament, a female (Austria's Jasmin Ouschan) participated in the competition.

Participating nations[edit]

Tournament bracket[edit]

Round of 32
Race to 8
Losers $3,000/pair
Round of 16
Race to 8
Losers $5,000/pair
Quarter finals
Race to 9
Losers $10,000/pair
Semi finals
Race to 9
Losers $16,000/pair
Final
Race to 11
Losers $30,000/pair; Winners $60,000/pair
                             
India Kumar/Talwar 6
1 China Fu/Li 8
1 China Fu/Li 8
16 Switzerland Tschudi/Jungo 7
Hong Kong Kwok/Lee 5
16 Switzerland Tschudi/Jungo 8
1 China Fu/Li 9
9 Italy Petroni/Muratore 2
Peru Lopez/Vega 4
9 Italy Petroni/Muratore 8
9 Italy Petroni/Muratore 8
South Korea Kim/Jeong 0
South Korea Kim/Jeong 8
8 Finland Immonen/Juva 4
1 China Fu/Li 5
5 England Peach/Gray 9
Malta Drago/Borg 4
5 England Peach/Gray 8
5 England Peach/Gray 8
12 Canada Montal/Edey 4
France Cohen/Facquet 5
12 Canada Montal/Edey 8
5 England Peach/Gray 9
4 Germany Engert/Souquet 7
Thailand Poomjang/Kanjanasri 3
13 Poland Babica/Sniegocki 8
13 Poland Babica/Sniegocki 6
4 Germany Engert/Souquet 8
Qatar Hussain/Al Mohammadi 3
4 Germany Engert/Souquet 8
5 England Peach/Gray 7
6 United States Morris/Van Boening 11
Belgium Das/Bruynooghe 8
4 Netherlands Feijen/Van den Berg 3
Belgium Das/Bruynooghe 6
Austria Kempter/Ouschan 8
Austria Kempter/Ouschan 8
14 Vietnam Luong/Nguyen 1
Austria Kempter/Ouschan 7
6 United States Morris/Van Boening 9
Croatia Stojanovic/Putnik 8
11 Spain Alcaide/Cabello 7
Croatia Stojanovic/Putnik 5
6 United States Morris/Van Boening 8
Iceland Hallgrimsson/Helgason 4
6 United States Morris/Van Boening 8
6 United States Morris/Van Boening 9
2 Philippines Bustamante/Orcollo 6
Netherlands Gerards/van Helmond 8
7 Chinese Taipei Wu/Wang 5
Netherlands Gerards/van Helmond 5
10 Japan Oi/Kawabata 8
Australia Lawler/Wims 5
10 Japan Oi/Kawabata 8
10 Japan Oi/Kawabata 2
2 Philippines Bustamante/Orcollo 9
Malaysia Bin Amir/Lee 4
15 Russia Stepanov/Chinakhov 8
15 Russia Stepanov/Chinakhov 3
2 Philippines Bustamante/Orcollo 8
Denmark Kristoffersen/Larsen 2
2 Philippines Bustamante/Orcollo 8

Final[edit]

The American duo of Rodney Morris and Shane Van Boening beat the English team of Daryl Peach and Mark Gray with 11-7 to win the first championship for United States.

2009[edit]

The fourth edition of the tournament went outside of Europe for the first time. The tournament was held at the SM City North EDSA in Quezon City, Philippines, from September 1–6, 2009. For the first time in the tournament, an all-female tandem of Ga-Young Kim and Yun-Mi Lim, representing Korea, participated in the competition.

Participating nations[edit]

Tournament bracket[edit]

Round of 32
Race to 8
Losers $3,000/pair
Round of 16
Race to 8
Losers $5,000/pair
Quarter finals
Race to 9
Losers $10,000/pair
Semi finals
Race to 9
Losers $16,000/pair
Final
Race to 11
Losers $30,000/pair; Winners $60,000/pair
                             
1 United States Morris/Van Boening 8
Malta Borg/Drago 7
1 United States Morris/Van Boening 8
Indonesia Simanjuntak/Zulfikri 5
16 India Hundal/Lilly 3
Indonesia Simanjuntak/Zulfikri 8
1 United States Morris/Van Boening 5
9 China Fu/Li 9
9 China Fu/Li 8
South Korea Kim/Lim 5
9 China Fu/Li 8
Finland Immonen/Juva 3
8 Finland Immonen/Juva 8
Sweden Chamat/Storm 3
9 China Fu/Li 8
5 Philippines Bustamante/Reyes 9
5 Philippines Bustamante/Reyes 8
Qatar Hussain/Bin Ali 5
5 Philippines Bustamante/Reyes 8
12 Italy Muratore/Petroni 5
12 Italy Muratore/Petroni 8
Austria Kempter/Ouschan 5
5 Philippines Bustamante/Reyes 9
4 England Appleton/Majid 1
13 Spain Alcaide/Guzman 8
Australia Condo/Jenkins 3
13 Spain Alcaide/Guzman 6
4 England Appleton/Majid 8
4 England Appleton/Majid 8
Malaysia Bin Amir/Lee 4
5 Philippines Bustamante/Reyes 11
3 Germany Souquet/Hohmann 9
3 Germany Souquet/Hohmann 8
Hong Kong Kwok/Lee 0
3 Germany Souquet/Hohmann 8
France Cohen/Facquet 4
14 Canada Edey/Klatt 1
France Cohen/Facquet 8
3 Germany Souquet/Hohmann 9
6 Netherlands Feijen/van den Berg 7
11 Japan Hijikata/Kawabata 8
Croatia Stojanovic/Putnik 6
11 Japan Hijikata/Kawabata 4
6 Netherlands Feijen/van den Berg 8
6 Netherlands Feijen/van den Berg 8
Vietnam Luong/Nguyen 3
3 Germany Souquet/Hohmann 9
2 Philippines Alcano/Orcollo 6
7 Chinese Taipei Lai/Yang 8
Singapore Chan/Toh 6
7 Chinese Taipei Lai/Yang 5
10 Poland Babica/Sniegocki 8
10 Poland Babica/Sniegocki 8
Belgium Budo/Das 0
10 Poland Babica/Sniegocki 5
2 Philippines Alcano/Orcollo 9
15 Russia Chinakhov/Stepanov 8
Denmark Kristoffersen/Lotfy 3
15 Russia Chinakhov/Stepanov 3
2 Philippines Alcano/Orcollo 8
2 Philippines Alcano/Orcollo 8
Thailand Kanjanasri/Phoochalam 5

Final[edit]

The Filipino tandem of Efren Reyes and Francisco Bustamante beat the German tandem of Ralf Souquet and Thorsten Hohmann in a grueling 11-9 win to take their second championship title. This, along with the semifinal finish by the other Filipino tandem of Ronato Alcano and Dennis Orcollo, was the best performance put up by a host nation in the tournament's history.

2010[edit]

The fifth edition of the World Cup of Pool tournament was once again held in the Philippines, at the Robinsons Place Manila from September 7 to 12, 2010.

Participating nations[edit]

Tournament bracket[edit]

Round of 32
Race to 8
Losers $3,000/pair
Round of 16
Race to 8
Losers $5,000/pair
Quarter finals
Race to 9
Losers $10,000/pair
Semi finals
Race to 9
Losers $16,000/pair
Final
Race to 10
Losers $30,000/pair; Winners $60,000/pair
                             
1 Philippines Reyes/Bustamante 8
Thailand Kanjanasri/Phoochalam 3
1 Philippines Reyes/Bustamante 6
16 Indonesia Zulfikri/Yang 8
16 Indonesia Zulfikri/Yang 8
India Hundal/Lilly 7
16 Indonesia Zulfikri/Yang 3
8 China Li/Fu 9
8 China Li/Fu 8
Belgium Das/Bruynooghe 2
8 China Li/Fu 8
9 Italy Petroni/Muratore 5
9 Italy Petroni/Muratore 8
South Korea Cha/Kim 6
8 China Li/Fu 9
5 Germany Souquet/Ortmann 7
5 Germany Souquet/Ortmann 8
Hong Kong Lee/Kwok 4
5 Germany Souquet/Ortmann 8
Russia Stepanov/Chinakhov 1
12 Canada Morra/Klatt 4
Russia Stepanov/Chinakhov 8
5 Germany Souquet/Ortmann 9
13 France Cohen/Cottance 7
4 England Peach/Boyes 8
Qatar Al Bin Ali/Hussain 7
4 England Peach/Boyes 6
13 France Cohen/Cottance 8
13 France Cohen/Cottance 8
Australia Delahunty/Emery 5
8 China Li/Fu 10
3 Philippines Gomez/Orcollo 5
3 Philippines Gomez/Orcollo 8
Croatia Dalmatin/Stojanovic 4
3 Philippines Gomez/Orcollo 8
14 Spain Alcaide/Ruiz 4
14 Spain Alcaide/Ruiz 8
Vietnam Luong/Do 5
3 Philippines Gomez/Orcollo 9
11 Finland Immonen/Juva 1
6 Netherlands Feijen/See 8
Austria He/Ouschan 3
6 Netherlands Feijen/See 1
11 Finland Immonen/Juva 8
11 Finland Immonen/Juva 8
Singapore Kwang/Han 2
3 Philippines Gomez/Orcollo 9
7 Chinese Taipei Ko/Chang 8
7 Chinese Taipei Ko/Chang 8
Malaysia Amir/Soon 2
7 Chinese Taipei Ko/Chang 8
10 Japan Oi/Kuribayashi 2
10 Japan Oi/Kuribayashi 8
Slovenia Erculj/Sulek 7
7 Chinese Taipei Ko/Chang 9
15 Poland Babica/Skoneczny 5
2 United States Morris/Archer 8
Sweden Chamat/Mehtala 7
2 United States Morris/Archer 7
15 Poland Babica/Skoneczny 8
15 Poland Babica/Skoneczny 8
Malta Drago/Borg 6

Final[edit]

The Chinese duo of Li He-wen and Fu Jian-bo grabbed their second World Cup of Pool championship, beating the Filipino tandem of Dennis Orcollo and Roberto Gomez in front of the home crowd by the score of 10-5.

2011[edit]

The sixth edition of the World Cup of Pool tournament is being held in the Philippines for the third straight year. The event is held at the SM North Edsa from September 6 to 11, 2011.

Participating nations[edit]

Tournament bracket[edit]

Round of 32
Race to 8
Losers $3,000/pair
Round of 16
Race to 8
Losers $5,000/pair
Quarter finals
Race to 9
Losers $10,000/pair
Semi finals
Race to 9
Losers $16,000/pair
Final
Race to 10
Losers $30,000/pair; Winners $60,000/pair
                             
1 China Li/Fu 4
Switzerland Jungo/Regli 8
Switzerland Jungo/Regli 6
Sweden Chamat/Mehtala 8
16 Indonesia Nasution/Setiawan 7
Sweden Chamat/Mehtala 8
Sweden Chamat/Mehtala 5
South Korea Lee/Hwang 9
8 Spain Alcaide/Diaz 5
South Korea Lee/Hwang 8
South Korea Lee/Hwang 8
9 Japan Akagariyama/Lo 6
9 Japan Akagariyama/Lo 8
Croatia Dalmatin/Putnik 3
South Korea Lee/Hwang 7
4 Germany Souquet/Hohmann 9
5 Philippines Reyes/Bustamante 8
Kuwait Al Mutairi/Al Shaheen 4
5 Philippines Reyes/Bustamante 8
India Hundal/Kang 5
12 Finland Immonen/Makkonen 7
India Hundal/Kang 8
5 Philippines Reyes/Bustamante 1
4 Germany Souquet/Hohmann 9
4 Germany Souquet/Hohmann 8
Australia Jenkins/Rothall 0
4 Germany Souquet/Hohmann 8
Malaysia Amir/Ooi 3
13 France Cohen/Facquet 6
Malaysia Amir/Ooi 8
4 Germany Souquet/Hohmann 10
Thailand Kanjanasri/Palajin 4
3 England Appleton/Melling 6
Estonia Grabe/Erm 8
Estonia Grabe/Erm 4
Thailand Kanjanasri/Palajin 8
14 Netherlands See/Teutscher 4
Thailand Kanjanasri/Palajin 8
Thailand Kanjanasri/Palajin 9
11 Poland Babica/Skowerski 6
6 United States Deuel/Dechaine 7
Singapore Kwang/Tey 8
Singapore Kwang/Tey 3
11 Poland Babica/Skowerski 8
11 Poland Babica/Skowerski 8
Vietnam Luong/Nguyen 0
Thailand Kanjanasri/Palajin 9
Chinese Taipei Ko/Ko 3
7 Chinese Taipei Ko/Ko 8
Russia Stepanov/Chinakhov 4
7 Chinese Taipei Ko/Ko 8
10 Italy Petroni/Muratore 7
10 Italy Petroni/Muratore 8
Hong Kong Lee/Kwok 6
7 Chinese Taipei Ko/Ko 9
2 Philippines Alcano/Orcollo 8
2 Philippines Alcano/Orcollo 8
Austria He/Ouschan 2
2 Philippines Alcano/Orcollo 8
15 Canada Morra/Klatt 6
15 Canada Morra/Klatt 8
Malta Drago/Borg 4

Final[edit]

The German duo of Ralf Souquet and Thorsten Hohmann finally clinched their first championship, defeating the unheralded Thai duo of Nitiwat Kanjanasri and Kobkit Palajin by the score of 10-4. Because of this performance, Germany became the first European team to win the World Cup of Pool.

2012[edit]

The seventh edition of the World Cup of Pool tournament was held in the Philippines for the fourth straight year. The event is held at the Robinson's Place shopping mall in Ermita, Manila from September 4 to 9, 2012.

Participating nations[edit]

Tournament bracket[edit]

Round of 32
Race to 8
Losers $3,000/pair
Round of 16
Race to 8
Losers $5,000/pair
Quarter finals
Race to 9
Losers $10,000/pair
Semi finals
Race to 9
Losers $16,000/pair
Final
Race to 10
Losers $30,000/pair; Winners $60,000/pair
                             
1 Germany Souquet/Hohmann 8
Serbia Klasovic/Svilar 1
1 Germany Souquet/Hohmann 4
16 Finland Immonen/Makkonen 8
16 Finland Immonen/Makkonen 8
South Korea Ryu/Lee 6
16 Finland Immonen/Makkonen 9
8 Philippines Reyes/Bustamante 5
8 Philippines Reyes/Bustamante 8
Hong Kong Lee/Kwok 3
8 Philippines Reyes/Bustamante 8
9 Canada Pagulayan/Morra 5
9 Canada Pagulayan/Morra 8
Sweden Chamat/Gerwen 7
16 Finland Immonen/Makkonen 9
5 United States Van Boening/Morris 7
5 United States Van Boening/Morris 8
India Hundal/Kang 7
5 United States Van Boening/Morris 8
12 Austria Ouschan/He 4
12 Austria Ouschan/He 8
Kuwait Al Yousef/Al Shaheen 2
5 United States Van Boening/Morris 9
4 China Liu/Li 8
4 China Liu/Li 8
Singapore Yapp/Chan 4
4 China Liu/Li 8
13 Spain Alcaide/Pizarro 1
13 Spain Alcaide/Pizarro 8
Hungary Balazs/Solymosi 3
16 Finland Immonen/Makkonen 10
10 Poland Skowerski/Szewcyk 8
3 England Appleton/Melling 8
Belgium Das/Castelein 2
3 England Appleton/Melling 8
14 Thailand Kanjanasri/Palajin 2
14 Thailand Kanjanasri/Palajin 8
Malaysia Ooi/Amir 4
3 England Appleton/Melling 8
6 Chinese Taipei Han/Hsin 9
6 Chinese Taipei Han/Hsin 8
Indonesia Apanco/Simanjuntak 6
6 Chinese Taipei Han/Hsin 8
11 Japan Oi/Kawabata 6
11 Japan Oi/Kawabata 8
Russia Stepanov/Pavlukhin 6
6 Chinese Taipei Han/Hsin 4
10 Poland Skowerski/Szewcyk 9
7 Netherlands van den Berg/See 8
Croatia Dalmatin/Stojanovic 7
7 Netherlands van den Berg/See 6
10 Poland Skowerski/Szewcyk 8
10 Poland Skowerski/Szewcyk 8
Australia Reljic/Barber 6
10 Poland Skowerski/Szewcyk 9
15 Italy Muratore/Petroni 6
2 Philippines Vann Corteza/Orcollo 7
Switzerland Jungo/Regli 8
Switzerland Jungo/Regli 1
15 Italy Muratore/Petroni 8
15 Italy Muratore/Petroni 8
Vietnam Nguyen/Do 7

2013[edit]

The eighth edition of the World Cup of Pool tournament was held in London, at the York Hall, London from September 17 to 22, 2013.

Prizes:[1]

First place (per pair): $60,000

Second place (per pair): $30,000

Semi-finalists (per pair): $16,000

Quarter-finalists (per pair): $10,000

Last 16 losers (per pair): $5,000

Last 32 losers (per pair): $3,000

Participating nations[edit]

Tournament bracket[edit]

Round of 32
Race to 7
Round of 16
Race to 7
Quarter finals
Race to 9
Semi finals
Race to 9
Final
Race to 10
                             
1 Finland Immonen/Makkonen 7
Austria Ouschan/Ouschan 2
1 Finland Immonen/Makkonen 7
16 South Korea Ryu/Ham 6
16 South Korea Ryu/Ham 7
Estonia Grabe/Erm 2
1 Finland Immonen/Makkonen 9
8 England Peach/Melling 4
8 England Peach/Melling 7
Portugal Gama/Sousa 4
8 England Peach/Melling 7
9 Germany Jentsch/Souquet 0
9 Germany Jentsch/Souquet 7
Malta Drago/Borg 4
1 Finland Immonen/Makkonen 4
5 Netherlands Feijen/van den Berg 9
5 Netherlands Feijen/van den Berg 7
Scotland Shaw/Fulcher 2
5 Netherlands Feijen/van den Berg 7
India Hundal/Kang 5
12 Canada Pagulayan/Morra 6
India Hundal/Kang 7
5 Netherlands Feijen/van den Berg 9
13 Japan Oi/Li-wen 8
4 United States Van Boening/Archer 7
Kuwait Shaheen/Mutairi 5
4 United States Van Boening/Archer 6
13 Japan Oi/Li-wen 7
13 Japan Oi/Li-wen 7
Sweden Gerwen/Chamat 4
5 Netherlands Feijen/van den Berg 8
6 Philippines Corteza/Orcollo 10
3 China Hewen/Haitao 2
Hungary Balazs/Solymosi 7
Hungary Balazs/Solymosi 7
14 Russia Stepanov/Chinakhov 4
14 Russia Stepanov/Chinakhov 7
Hong Kong Chenman/Hong 5
Hungary Balazs/Solymosi 1
6 Philippines Corteza/Orcollo 9
6 Philippines Corteza/Orcollo 7
Croatia Dalmatin/Putnik 4
6 Philippines Corteza/Orcollo 7
Singapore Yapp/Keng Kwang 3
11 Poland Babica/Kaplan 5
Singapore Yapp/Keng Kwang 7
6 Philippines Corteza/Orcollo 9
7 Chinese Taipei Jung-lin/Pin-yi 7
7 Chinese Taipei Jung-lin/Pin-yi 7
Belgium Das/Lauweryns 5
7 Chinese Taipei Jung-lin/Pin-yi 7
10 Greece Ekonomopoulos/Kazakis 1
10 Greece Ekonomopoulos/Kazakis 7
Australia Delahunty/Rothall 0
7 Chinese Taipei Jung-lin/Pin-yi 9
2 England Appleton/Boyes 3
2 England Appleton/Boyes 7
Indonesia Yang/Nasution 0
2 England Appleton/Boyes 7
15 Italy Petroni/Muratore 5
15 Italy Petroni/Muratore 7
Spain Alcaide/Exposito 3

2014[edit]

The 2014 edition will once again be held in England, this time at the Mountbatten Centre, Portsmouth from September 23 to 28. [2]

Prize Fund:[3]

Winners (per pair): $60,000

Runners-up (per pair): $30,000

Semi-finalists (per pair): $16,000

Quarter-finalists (per pair): $10,000

Last 16 losers (per pair): $5,000

Last 32 losers (per pair): $3,000

Participating nations[edit]

Tournament bracket[edit]

Round of 32
Race to 7
Round of 16
Race to 7
Quarter finals
Race to 9
Semi finals
Race to 9
Final
Race to 10
                             
1 Philippines Orcollo / Corteza 7
Chile Carvajal / Rojas 5
1 Philippines Orcollo / Corteza 7
France Cohen / Montpelier 5
16 Italy Petroni / Corrieri 4
France Cohen / Montpelier 7
1 Philippines Orcollo / Corteza 7
8 Finland Immonen / Makkonen 9
8 Finland Immonen / Makkonen 7
South Korea Yung Hwa / Minuk 0
8 Finland Immonen / Makkonen 7
9 Poland Skowerski / Sniegocki 0
9 Poland Skowerski / Sniegocki 7
Australia Reilly / Georgiadis 4
8 Finland Immonen / Makkonen 6
4 England Appleton / Boyes 9
5 United States Van Boening / Strickland 7
Croatia Putnik / Dalmatin 2
5 United States Van Boening / Strickland 7
Russia Stepanov / Chinakhov 5
12 Japan Hijikata / Tanaka 6
Russia Stepanov / Chinakhov 7
5 United States Van Boening / Strickland 7
4 England Appleton / Boyes 9
4 England Appleton / Boyes 7
Spain Alcaide / Diaz-Pizarro 6
4 England Appleton / Boyes 7
13 Greece Ekonomopoulos / Kazakis 1
13 Greece Ekonomopoulos / Kazakis 7
Indonesia Nasution / Zulfikri 6
4 England Appleton / Boyes 10
2 Netherlands Feijen / van den Berg 9
3 China Wang / Dang 7
Czech Republic Hybler / Gavenciak 5
3 China Wang / Dang 7
14 England Peach / Melling 0
14 England Peach / Melling 7
India Hundal / Kang 6
3 China Wang / Dang 3
11 Austria Ouschan / He 9
6 Chinese Taipei Chang / Hsu 5
Qatar Majid / Hussain 7
Qatar Majid / Hussain 5
11 Austria Ouschan / He 7
11 Austria Ouschan / He 7
Portugal Gama / Sousa 2
11 Austria Ouschan / He 1
2 Netherlands Feijen / van den Berg 9
7 Germany Souquet / Hohmann 7
Malaysia Amir / Tan 1
7 Germany Souquet / Hohmann 7
10 Canada Pagulayan / Morra 6
10 Canada Pagulayan / Morra 7
Malta Drago / Borg 1
7 Germany Souquet / Hohmann 7
2 Netherlands Feijen / van den Berg 9
2 Netherlands Feijen / van den Berg 7
Sweden Gerwen / Larsson 3
2 Netherlands Feijen / van den Berg 7
Switzerland Jungo / Regli 4
15 Belgium Das / Mortier 3
Switzerland Jungo / Regli 7

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