World Swimming Championships: Alex Kazakis produces perfection to claim the title in Gibraltar | Snooker News


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Alexa Kazakis, who was defeated in a decisive match on a hill against Spain’s David Alcaide in 2019, was compensated with a stunning victory against Shane Van Boeing in Gibraltar. The victory boosts his chances of reaching the Mosconi European Cup team later this year. Last update: 25/05/21 11:57 PM The Greek Gods was with Alex Kazakis as he claimed that the World Swimming Championships with exemplary performance in Gibraltar Alex Kazakis produced 9- 0 a perfect whitewash against Shane Van Boyning to win the Swimming World Championships title in Gibraltar on Wednesday. Kazakis denied the painful memories of losing the final in 2019 when he lost his 9-ball spot to David Alcaide and in Hill-Hill he was rooted in his seat as the Spaniard won the title, but this time there was no such drama. In the final – which came in a 7-6 semi-final win over Ecclent Cassie – where the Greek dominated the table and did to Van Boeing what the American himself did to many others when he won the Masters title back-to-back in 2014 and 15. An emotional Kazakis said: “No. I really believe it. ” “It’s amazing. Everything went my way from the start to the end of the final. The big moment was in the semi-finals; I didn’t play well, I was nervous, and I was lucky that Cassie didn’t really play well. It was the happiest match I ever won. To go to the final with this momentum, I had nothing to lose. ”When I finished the semi-finals, I went to the hotel, called my coach, and told him,“ I’m doing it again. ” “I believe a lot in myself but something is inside of me. I had this bad luck and bad scrolls in the last Mosconi Cup match in 2018, I have 9 ball with Alcaide here, and then also the semi-finals of the 9 Ball World Championship with Joshua. [Filler] Where I had the chance to go to the final and failed. All of these things happened in about five months. “Sometimes when I was under pressure, I was just thinking I might do it all over again, and it was hard. Finally, the door opened. When I was always knocking on the door, the most difficult part was winning the first tournament. I think now it will be easier for me to … I had the chance to win a major championship. “I feel lucky, I feel lucky, it’s the biggest title of my career. A lot of people here told me that they were in favor of me, I guess because I didn’t win it in 2019. “The next Matchroom Pool Series event is the World Pool Championship, which will take place from June 6-10 at the Marshall Arena, Milton Keynes, and you can watch all four days of the action. Directly on the Sky Sports channel, as for those commuters, the snooker and pool season will be covered via our website skysports.com/more-sports, our mobile app, or our skysportspool twitter account for the latest news and reports.


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