139 combatants from twenty
countries (including 77 from overseas)
delivered the most courageous performances. One remained unscathed, the
Scotsman Jayson “Eagle Eye” Shaw.
- What: 42nd U.S. OPEN 9-BALL CHAMPIONSHIPS (2017) - Where: Accu-Stats Arena at THE SHERATON NORFOLK WATERSIDE HOTEL, Norfolk, VA. - When: October 22-28, 2017
With a 16 rack blitzkrieg, Jayson closed out his hot seat encounter with Spain’s Francisco Ruiz then, cruised into an invincible 8-0 lead over Albania’s Eklent Kaci to claim the 42nd US Open title.
“Eagle Eye, you say? Shaw deserves his nickname,” commentated veteran Mark Wilson, “Nor, have I seen this shotmaking power, ever!” Inspired by a new sponsorship contract with DigiCue, run-outs galore proved Shaw’s pin-point position play has improved, too!
With the 2017 U.S. Open 9-Ball Championships, we introduce you to a slew of new young, proven, international talent. With Fleming at the helm, producing this 42nd installment of the U.S. Open, it’s no wonder 20-year old wunderkind Joshua “Killer” Filler will attend the next MIH 8-Ball and 14.1 events. It was also Joshua who spoiled SVB’s 6th USO title aspirations.
Plus, don’t dare miss free stroking Francisco Sanchez Ruiz. Finally, pun intended, kudos to the precocious, 18 year old Albanian Eklent Kaci: When Shaw had him 8-0, Eklent showed no give-up stroke. See him still believe he can catch up
Watch 42nd U.S. OPEN 9-BALL CHAMPIONSHIPS HERE on Accu-Stats Video On Demand and watch it all unfold before your very eyes!