QSchool’s 2nd round ends Chinese billiard player Chen Zifan is qualified for professional tournament

Xingpai pool table. The snooker post qualifiers that have been launched, which means that the QSchool tournament, came to a second stop yesterday, resulting in 4 job quotas. Chinese contestant Chen Zifan succeeded.

Chen Zifan was born in 1995. In 2017, he obtained a two-year professional qualification certificate based on QSchool competitions. However, he was relegated after the new season. But quickly, he went to the second round of QSchool yesterday and won 6 games in a row. Killing home, Chen Zifan will be able to sign up for all post competitions in the next two seasons.

Chen Zifan comes from Xi’an. He just started to train snooker in 2008, under the tutelage of Liu Song. In 2012, he just started registering for PTC events.

Another Chinese contestant, Si Jiahui, is only 17 years old. He used to clash with Ding Junhui at the 2016 China Tour Fuzhou Station and defeated the enemy 4-2. He will become famous in one fell swoop. Guillermo Hiscot, who defeated him, was a player for the England team, and he was only 19 years old in 2019. It was his first professional qualification certificate.

The other two quotas belong to England’s Riley Parsons and England’s Fraser Patrick.

Signature: Star Billiards

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