Cue sports: Now world No. 1, Aloysius Yapp wants to be world champion

Yapp's status may have changed, but the world No. 1 still trains six to eight hours a day.
Yapp's status may have changed, but the world No. 1 still trains six to eight hours a day.PHOTO: PREDATOR PRO SERIES

SINGAPORE - So in the zone is Singapore pool player Aloysius Yapp that the newly minted world No. 1 has not had time to process his emotions after climbing to the peak of the World Pool-Billiard Association rankings on Monday (Oct 25).

The 25-year-old is currently competing at the International 9-ball Open and 10-ball invitational in Virginia, the United States.

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