Bali 2013: What Happened on September 21th…

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Only six matches remain for teams contending for one of the top eight spots in each of three events – the Bermuda Bowl,
Venice Cup and d’Orsi Seniors Trophy.

Pablo Ravenna, Agustin Madala y Gabino Alujas
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Saturday 21 de September 2013, Bali

On Line Results: OpenWomenSeniors All Results

WBF Bulletins

At the End of The Day; Contenders looking for a spark

Only six matches remain for teams contending for one of the top eight spots in each of three events – the Bermuda Bowl,
Venice Cup and d’Orsi Seniors Trophy. Th e leading teams seem secure for at least a qualifying spot, but some will be facing opponents desperate for IMPs and victory points. Anything can happen.
Take the case of Belgium. Th e team was cruising through the round robin entering play Saturday, and started well by defeating Bangladesh, but then were narrowly defeated by Egypt and routed by Denmark to fall from fi rst to second, replaced by a red-hot French team.
By contrast, the Dutch women are like a juggernaut, amassing the highest total of VPs so far (222.21) despite losing one of their three matches on Saturday. Italy has been impressive in the open as USA1, gaining momentum, has surged to second.

This is THE ZONE:

Open Final Rankings

Rank

Team

VPs

1

ITALY

212.47

2

USA1

201.26

3

MONACO

195.73

4

NETHERLANDS

191.11

5

JAPAN

187.94

6

POLAND

186.74

7

GERMANY

172.65

8

CHINA

167.97

 

Ladies Final Rankings

Rank

Team

VPs

1

NETHERLANDS

222.21

2

POLAND

210.09

3

USA1

202.74

4

ENGLAND

192.02

5

USA2

185.71

6

FRANCE

184.98

7

CHINA

184.84

8

TURKEY

166.58

 

 

Final Rankings

 

Rank

Team

VPs

1

FRANCE

217.93

2

BELGIUM

200.08

3

GERMANY

199.06

4

USA2

193.13

5

USA1

185.42

6

SCOTLAND

181.33

7

INDONESIA

180.15

8

AUSTRALIA

172.64

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