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Alexander Kazakis


Dec 15, 2021

Alexander Kazakis[lower-alpha 1] (Born July 16, 1991) is a Greek professional pool player. Kazakis is a former European 10-ball champion,[3] and regular 9-ball player. In 2018, he was the number one ranked player by the World Pool-Billiard Association.[1]

Professional 9-Ball pool player
Alexander Kazakis
Born (1991-07-16) 16 July 1991 (age 30)
Sport country  Greece
Pool games 9-ball, 10-ball
Best finish 2018 WPA World Nine-ball Championship (Semi-final)
Tournament wins
Major 2016 Kremlin World Cup, European 10-ball
Ranking info
Current WPA ranking 18 (as of 7 February 2019[needs update])
Current Euro Tour ranking (as of 16 Dec 2019[needs update])
Highest WPA ranking 1[1]

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In 2016, Kazakis won the Kremlin World Cup, without losing a game.[4] Kazakis reached the semi-final of the 2018 WPA World Nine-ball Championship; before losing to eventual winner Joshua Filler on a final frame decider.[5][6]

Kazakis won the 2018 Austria Open event on the Euro Tour, defeating Denis Grabe in the final 9–6.[7]

Kazakis finished in second place of the 2019 World Pool Masters Tournament, losing to David Alcaide in the final 9–8 having led 5-0 and 8-5.[8]

Kazakis won the 2021 World Pool Masters Tournament, beating Shane Van Boening in the final 9–0. This is the first occasion a player has made a “clean sweep” of the final.[9]

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