[Billiards]Wu Anyi loses to “Nemesis” Le Chalou and wins second place in Women’s Masters

(圖:World Women’s Snooker)

[Sports News]The women’s billiards masters held in the UK for two consecutive days ended on Sunday (27th). Hong Kong’s “four-eyed cue queen” Wu Anyi made it to the final three times in a row, but finally lost in straight sets Thailand’s “Nemesis” Nutcharut Wongharuthai, who is in a brave state, finished second.

Wu Anyi, ranked No. 2 in the world, was exempted from the group stage and went straight to the top 16. Nikola Broyak from Poland won the first match 3:1 (77:12, 52:68, 68:4, 76:28). 52:34, 62:53, 63:22) swept England’s Mary Talbot Deegan.

(圖:World Women’s Snooker)

(圖:World Women’s Snooker)

After advancing to the semi-finals, she faced another English female player, Rebecca Kenns. “After the four-eyed Cue” fell behind twice in the first 4 rounds to equalize 2:2 (41:69, 77:8, 40:49, 67:36). 5 innings hit a 42-degree shot and won by 1 point (68:67). The number of rounds was reversed for the first time by 3:2. 4:2 victory, bravely enter the final. In another top 4 match, the current world champion Le Chalo narrowly beat England’s “Queen” Reanne Evans 4:3

In the championship match, Wu Anyi met Le Chalu again. The two sides will lose more than they will win against Hong Kong in the near future. This battle still failed to gain sweetness. The hand style fell and many missed opportunities, and finally ended 0:4 (15:55, 14:82 , 18:61, 1:85) lost and won the runner-up.

(圖:World Women’s Snooker)

(圖:World Women’s Snooker)

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