Day One Action Complete In Final 2021 Euro Tour Stop

Francisco Sanchez Ruiz

With 181 Players gathered at the BHR Treviso Hotel in Northern Italy, the final stop on the 2021 Euro Tour schedule got underway today (Thursday). Due to the disastrous effects of Covid, this is the fourth tournament on the tour since this same event in February 2020. That said, a full calendar is in place of 2022.

All eyes this week have been on the current Euro Tour No.1, Spain’s Francisco Sanchez Ruiz who is going for his third consecutive ET title, and, should he be successful, he would be the first man to achieve that feat since Oliver Ortmann won four back-to-back championships way back in 1994.

The Spaniard completed just one match today; a comfortable 9-3 win over Christos Papageorgiou of Greece to set up a round two match against Italy’s Alessandro Giordani tomorrow. All the big guns are intact in what is a stellar field when play recommences at 9.00 on Friday morning.

Meanwhile, the third and final event of 2021 gets underway on Saturday on the Predator Ladies Euro Tour and some of the competitors have been readying themselves by playing in the men’s event.

There are seven rounds of matches here on Friday as the field play down to the last 16 which plays to a conclusion on Saturday 27th November.

All the matches can be viewed live at

Results, live scoring and draw are available at