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Pool - 2015 Longoni Pinneberg Open

​27th-30th August 2015 / PBV Pinneberg, Pinneberg, Germany


​          JOSHUA'S AWESOME AUGUST!


​Joshua Filler continued his recent fine form when winning the 2015 Longoni Pinneberg Open.

The talented teenager has enjoyed a sizzling summer that includes a silver medal finish at the latest EuroTour stop in Austria, and victory in last weeks Longoni Benelux Open.

This 256 player event was part of the 2015 German Tour, and it boasted a quality field with former and current major championship winners such as Oliver Ortmann, Francisco Bustamante and Niels Feijen.

In fact, on his way to the title, Filler eliminated the reigning World 9 Ball Champion, Feijen, in a last 16 hill-hill clash. This would have somewhat avenged his ET final defeat to the Dutchman in Sankt Johann a few weeks previously.

Filler would eventually defeat fellow young compatriot Julian Kortum 9-3 to lift the trophy.

With so much success over the last couple of months, the 17 year old is quickly becoming one of global pool’s hottest properties.


2015 Longoni Pinneburg Open (2015 German Tour event) - 16,120Euros Prize Fund

Results (from the last 16 onwards) - losers receive 250Euros each
Niels Feijen               6-7    Joshua Filler
Bjorn Hartlage         7-5    Florian Sufke
Daniel Kandi             7-1    Carsten Becker
Ivo Aarts                    7-1    Bernd Haunstein
Tobi Hoib                   7-3    Sela
David Krewitt           6-7    Julian Kortum
Oliver Ortmann       3-7    Andre Lackner
Hai Long Le               3-7    Francisco Bustamante

(Quarter-Finals) - losers receive 600Euros each
Filler          7-4    Hartlage
Kandi         2-7    Aarts
Hoib           5-7    Kortum
Lackner     0-7    Bustamante

(Semi-Finals) - losers receive 1000Euros each
Filler          7-2    Aarts
Kortum     7-6    Bustamante

(Final) - Winner receives 3000Euros /

Runner-up receives 1600Euros
Filler          9-3    Kortum



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Written by Michael Day on the 3rd September 2015