Kudron, Zapata, Gangdonggung, etc… Final PBA Tour round of 64 this season

Foreign powerhouses such as Frederic Kudron (Belgium), David Zapata (Spain), David Martinez (Spain), and Mamin Cam (Vietnam), as well as domestic players such as Kang Dong-gung, Seo Hyun-min, and Kim Jae-geun, joined the PBA round of 64 without difficulty. 메이저사이트

On the first day of the PBA Round of 128 of the ‘Crown Haitai PBA-LPBA Championship’ held at the Bitmaru Broadcasting Center in Goyang City on the 2nd, Kudron advanced to the round of 64 with a set score of 3-0 against Choi Jin-hyo. Zapata and Kang Donggung also defeated Kwon Ki-young and Song In-deok 3-0, respectively, and advanced to the round of 128.

This tournament is the 8th tournament held this season and is the last tour. Retention or relegation can be determined through this tournament, and as the players who will participate in the World Championship are confirmed, more attention is inevitable.

In particular, Kudron, who is known as the strongest player in the PBA, was eliminated in the first round of the previous tournament and is putting more effort into this tournament. Kudron advanced to the round of 64 by defeating Choi Jin-hyo, who participated as a wild card in the tournament, 15-1 15-14 15-8 as an employee of the title sponsor Crown Haitai.

Zapata also didn’t give up a single set thanks to Song In-hye and won with a set score of 3:0 (15:5, 15:10, 15:5). Martinez, who was eliminated in the round of 64 of the previous tour, also won with a set score of 3-0 against Roun Lee.

Kang Dong-gung also won against Kwon Ki-young with a set score of 3-0. Kang Dong-gung finished the match in 27 innings during the three sets. Kim Jae-geun managed to win after a close battle against Kim Hyun-seok, the so-called ‘Hyunjin Girl’ who defeated Kudron in the previous tournament. They even went into a close match, eventually winning 2-0 and advancing to the round of 64.

On the 3rd, the second day match of the round of 128 will be held. Min-goo Kang, the winner of the previous competition, and runners-up Ngo Din Nai (Vietnam), Jae-ho Cho, Philippos Kasidocostas (Greece), and Eddie Reppens (Belgium) are scheduled to participate.

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