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Wendy advances to knockout last-8

Wendy Jans - Belgium Wendy Jans - Belgium IBSF Media
Continuing her winning streak, the defending champion, Wendy Jans of Belgium secured passage into the knockout stage of the 2017 IBSF World Women Snooker Championship by beating two-time runner-up Anastasia Nechaeva of Russia 3-0 in her last group match today.
Winning 12 frames in four group matches and losing only one frame, Wendy secured top-position in group A. Being group leader, she will now go to quarter finals directly as group leaders will receive a free round in single elimination.

Her first group match was against Theresa Whitten of Australia. Wendy cruised to a 3-0 win against her with an outstanding century break of 102 in opening frame. Her second group match was another clean 3-0 win, this time she beat Hong Kong’s Pui Ying Chu. In her third match, she lost one frame against Indian girl Varshaa Sanjeev before securing 3-1 win.

And today, she outclassed another strong contender, from Russia, Anastasia Nechaeva 3-0 having breaks of 77 and 43. Though Anastasia stood strong in second frame and crafted break of 38 points but Wendy countered her well to keep her winning streak inline.
 
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