Sanchez, Martinez, Palason, and Kim Young-won join PBA 64 strongest teams

Spanish powerhouse Daniel Sanchez (SW), David Martinez (Crown Haitai), Javier Palason (Huons) and Kim Young-won (16), the “youngest PBA,” joined the PBA 64.

In the second day of the round of 128 PBA of the “Hana Card PBA-LPBA Championship” held at Kintex PBA Stadium in Goyang, Gyeonggi Province on Thursday, Sanchez defeated Jongju Lee with a set score of 3-0, and advanced to the round of 64. Martinez defeated Shin Nam-ho 3-1 and Palason won a new victory after a fierce battle against Jeong Byeong-woo. Kim Young-won also beat Jang 3-1.

In the third inning of the first set, Sanchez scored 13 high runs in the third inning of the first set against Jongju Lee, and took the lead with 15-4 (six innings). In the second set, the team was pushed to 7-10, but eight runs scored in the 10th inning, turning the game around with 15-10 (10 innings). In the third set, Sanchez scored four runs each from the third inning to the fifth inning without any balls, winning 15-7 (five innings), and completely winning the set score 3-0.

Martinez lost the first set to Shin Nam-ho, but found concentration from the second set and won the third set. Starting with the 15-1 (7 innings) victory in the second set, he scored nine high runs in the third inning of the third set, 15-11 (6 innings) and 15-4 (6 innings) in the fourth set, advancing to the round of 64. In the match against Jung, Palason lost the first two sets, but won the third set 15-7 (8 innings) and the fourth set 15-3 (7 innings), bringing the game to square one, and winning the match 4-0.
Kim Young-won laughed at the showdown between Kim Young-won, the runner-up at the opening game, and Jang Hyun-joon, who drew attention through “Yeonggeon match.” Kim managed to overcome the crisis by hitting long balls at every turn. After winning the first two sets 15-13 (13 innings) and 15-2 (8 innings), Kim lost the third set 11-15 (9 innings), but won the fourth set 15-8 (13 innings). Eddie Lefuns (Belgium), Cho Hyun-hwi (SK Rent-a-Car), Kang Min-gu (Woori Financial Capital), Lee Sang-dae (Huons), and Choi Won-joon 1 also advanced to the round of 64.

On the other hand, “PBA Champ” David Zapata (Spain, Woori Financial Capital), Robinson Morales (Spain, Huons), and Lim Sung-kyun (High1 Resort) lost their first match. Lee Chung-bok (High1 Resort), who tried to win his first professional title, lost against Lee Young-hoon 1 and promised his first chance to win.

Ngodinnai (Vietnam, SK Rent-a-Car) scored 15 points in the first inning of the first set of the 128th round against Choi Jeong-ha, making his first perfect cue of the tournament. He became the second perfect cue in his career and the third perfect cue player of the PBA season. Ngodinnai posted average of 2.684 points in the match on the day, becoming the leader in the “Welcome Top Ranking” (prize money of 4 million won).

Meanwhile, Baek Min-ju and Lim Jung-sook, Crown Haitai’s “female duo” laughed on the second day of the LPBA’s round of 32. Baek Min-ju won the set score 3-1 against Han Ji-eun (SY), and Lim defeated Jungmi Kim 3-0 with a set score. 퀸알바

In addition, Kang Ji-eun (SK Rent-a-Car), Jung Soo-bin (NH Nonghyup Card), Kim Min-young (Woori Financial Capital), and Yoon Kyung-nam also joined the round of 16. On the other hand, Ayako Sakai (Japan, Hana Card) and Seo Han-sol (Woori Financial Capital), Kim Bo-mi (NH Nonghyup Card), and Kim Gap-sun, who reached the semifinals of the opening game, were eliminated.

The round of 64 PBA matches will begin at 1 p.m. on Tuesday. Attention is drawn to the showdown between Cho Jae-ho (NH Nonghyup Card) and Burak Hashashi (Turkey, High1 Resort), and the “veteran face-off” between Sanchez and Semi Signer (Turkey, Welcome Savings Bank). Kim Young-won, the “youngest PBA player,” will challenge against Kim Moo-soon, the “PBA oldest.”

The round of 16 round matches at LPBA will be held at 6 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. Lim Kyung-jin, the runner-up in the opening round, will face off against Kim Da-hee, who turned Sakai into a winner. Lim Jung-sook and Kang Ji-eun, Choi Hye-mi (Welcome Savings Bank) and Yong Hyun-ji (Hiwon Resort), Cha Yu-ram (Huons), Kim Sang-ah, Lee Woo-kyung and Kim Ye-eun (Welcome Savings Bank), Baek Min-ju and Yoon Kyung-nam, Jung Soo-bin (NH Nonghyup Card), Kim Min-young and Park Da-som will also have a showdown.

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