Distinguished guests, dear players and fans,
I am extremely happy seeing all of you gathering here again and participating the most beautiful event annually- Amway eSpring Open.
For the past 16 years, CTBF has successfully presented this women’s pool 9- Ball events under the named Amway eSpring which attracted focuses from worldwide. Once again, we are more than happy to organize the tournament in Taipei city and take place in Taipei Gymnasium, meanwhile we sincerely appreciate the support from Department of Sports, Taipei City Government and again, we also greatly appreciate supports from our superiors: Sports Administration, Ministry of Education, Chinese Taipei Olympic Committee, and Sports Federation.
For the consecutive 16 years, “Beauty and Insistence” is always the precisely kernel spirit of the great success Amway eSpring Cup, which deeply impressed many top players. Last year, British player, Kelly Fisher and Jasmin Ouschan from Austria fought in the final match. After their perfect performance, Kelly Fisher won the title. We felt great admiration for their performance.
As same as each year, not only many world-rated female players but also many talent stars will participate in Amway eSpring Open 2014, and contend for the victory. The Amway eSpring Open encourages domestic female to play billiards, moreover, it offers opportunities for all audiences to watch these beautiful competitions on-site. The Amway eSpring Open 2014 has two-part stages as well usual , i.e. the qualifying and main tournaments., The qualifying which provide players the opportunities to enter main tournament as a qualifier, therefore, the Amway eSpring Open 2014 will be much more worth watching. We highly expect to see that which player will be finally crowned.
In addition to watch the tournament in person at the venue, audiences can also be served with live televised by Videoland Sports Channel. Let us cheer for all participating players. We sincerely wish the event consummate and successful, and also wish everyone in good health and good luck.
Yung-Hui TU, President
Chinese Taipei Billiards Federation