Cue sport: Singapore's Aloysius Yapp up to world No. 2; says it is a 'never-ending process' for perfection

Aloysius Yapp's rise in his ranking comes on the back of his win at the CueSports International Michigan 10-Ball Open on Sept 25. PHOTO: ALOYSIUS YAPP
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SINGAPORE - After six weeks of training and competing in the United States, Singapore's top pool player Aloysius Yapp has seen his standing in the world game skyrocket.

The 25-year-old rose to world No. 2 in the latest World Pool-Billiard Association (WPA) player rankings updated on Tuesday (Oct 5).

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