2017 WPA World Nine-ball Junior Championship

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2017 WPA World Nine-ball Juniors Championship
Tournament information
DatesOctober 30, 2017 – 2 November, 2017
CityMoscow
CountryRussia
Organisation(s)WPA
Formatdouble elimination, single elimination
Final
ChampionSanjin Pehlivanovic (U17)
Fjodor Gorst (boys)
Kristina Tkatsch (girls)
2016
2018

The 2017 WPA World Nine-ball Junior Championship was a professional youth 9-Ball World championship held between October 30 and November 2, 2017.[1] The event was split into three competitions, Under 17s, boys and girls.[2] Sanjin Pehlivanović won the U17 event, defeating Robbie Capito in the final, with Fjodor Gorst winning the boys event. Kristina Tkatsch won the girls event defeating South Korea's Lee Woo-jin in the final.[3]

Results[edit]

Competition Winner Runner-up Semifinalist
Under 17s event[4]  BIH Sanjin Pehlivanović  HKG Robbie Capito  POL Wiktor Zieliński
 TRNC Mustafa Alnar
Boys event[5]  RUS Fjodor Gorst  MNG Enkhbold Temuujin  DEU Patrick Hofmann
 NLD Jan van Lierop
Girls event[6]  RUS Kristina Tkatsch  KOR Lee Woo-jin  USA April Larson
 TPE Chen Chia-hua

Competitions[edit]

Under 17s event[edit]

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Preliminary round[edit]

The following players were eliminated in the preliminary round:

Round 1 (17–23 Place)
Round 2 (13–16 Place)
Round 3 (9.–12. Place)

Finals[edit]

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
         
1  HKG Robbie Capito 9
8  CRI Andrés Aguilar 4
 HKG Robbie Capito 9
 TRNC Mustafa Alnar 7
5  TRNC Mustafa Alnar 9
4  RUS Dmitri Schkudow 4
 HKG Robbie Capito 1
 BIH Sanjin Pehlivanović 9
3  BLR Uladsislau Schopik 2
6  POL Wiktor Zieliński 9
 POL Wiktor Zieliński 4
 BIH Sanjin Pehlivanović 9
7  BIH Sanjin Pehlivanović 9
2  CUW Shamir Tremus 1

Boys event[edit]

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Preliminary round[edit]

The following players were eliminated in the preliminary round:

Round 1 (17.–24. Place)
Round 2 (13.–16. Place)
Round 3 (9.–12. Place)

Finals[edit]

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
         
1  RUS Fjodor Gorst 11
8  HKG Kin Ling Yip 2
 RUS Fjodor Gorst 11
 DEU Patrick Hofmann 8
5  DEU Kevin Schiller 7
4  DEU Patrick Hofmann 11
 RUS Fjodor Gorst 11
 MNG Enkhbold Temuujin 3
3  RUS Jegor Trifonow 8
6  MNG Enkhbold Temuujin 11
 MNG Enkhbold Temuujin 11
 NLD Jan van Lierop 6
7  NLD Jan van Lierop 11
2  USA Richard Evans 6

Girls event[edit]

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Preliminary round[edit]

The following players were eliminated in the preliminary round:

Round 1 (17.–21. Place)
Round 2 (13.–16. Place)
Round 3 (9.–12. Place)

Finals[edit]

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
         
1  TPE Chen Chia-hua 9
8  JPN Muramatsu Sakura 3
 TPE Chen Chia-hua 4
 KOR Lee Woo-jin 9
5  KOR Lee Woo-jin 9
4  KOR Seo Seoa 6
 KOR Lee Woo-jin 6
 RUS Kristina Tkatsch 9
3  USA Alex Booth 0
6  USA April Larson 9
 USA April Larson 7
 RUS Kristina Tkatsch 9
7  RUS Kristina Tkatsch 9
2  RUS Walerija Truschewskaja 3

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2017 World 9-Ball Junior Championships - WPA Pool". WPA Pool. Retrieved 4 February 2019.
  2. ^ "Moscow, Russia hosts the 2017 World Junior Championships – European Pocket Billiard Federation". europeanpocketbilliardfederation.com. Retrieved 4 February 2019.
  3. ^ "Triple gold for team Europe". azbilliards.com. Retrieved 4 February 2019.
  4. ^ a b "World Juniors 9-ball Championship 2017 U17 - Tournament Service". tournamentservice.net. Retrieved 4 February 2019.
  5. ^ a b "World Juniors 9-ball Championship 2017 U19 - Tournament Service". tournamentservice.net. Retrieved 4 February 2019.
  6. ^ a b "World Juniors 9-ball Championship 2017 Girls U19 - Tournament Service". tournamentservice.net. Retrieved 4 February 2019.

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