U.S. Open 9-Ball Championship Celebrates 40 Years

Billiards has always been a sport that remained a part of society and though its popularity wavers, the sport itself never dies. This year the “U.S. Open 9-Ball Championship” celebrates its 40th year as a professional sporting event. Forty years into its lifespan this tournament is more popular than it has ever been. This tournament originally was called the “Q-Masters Billiards Ball” in Norfolk, forty years later and it now goes by a different name. Throughout the last four decades this sporting event has been able to retain and increase its popularity. As of right now a total of thirty two countries this year are sending out players to the …..

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ESPN Billiards Tournament Underway

Billiards is not one of the most popular games in the world but its popularity is slowly rising. So much so that ESPN even has their own yearly billiards tournament. The 2015 ESPN Billiard Tournament is currently underway with some of the best pool players in the world attending. Coverage is available to be watched currently on ESPN. Niels Feijen, Shane Van Beoning, Jeanette Lee and Ewa Laurance are a few of the billiard athlete’s that’ll be attening this year’s event. All of the four athlete’s listed above played on day one. Niels Feijen and Shane Van Beoning fought off against one another while Ewa Laurance and Jeanette Lee fought …..

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