Victor Perez easily entered the quarter-finals of the match-play World Championship in Texas, easily defeating Robert McIntyre of Scotland. He will face Sergio Garcia in the evening.
Have yourself a day, @ V_Perez2.
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– WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play (@DellMatchPlay) March 27, 2021
XV of France has changed! As Scotland defeated France in a decisive 6 Nations tournament match on Friday, a Frenchman defeated a Scotsman at the World Match-Play Championship, which takes place in Austin, Texas this week. Victor Perez has actually beaten Robert McIntyre in a round of 16 this Saturday afternoon. The 28-year-old golfer, the world’s No. 33, won 5 and 4 against the 44th, after just 14 holes. Perez won holes 1, 3, 4, 7, 10, 11 and 12, while the Scotsman won holes 2 and 13. A fifth and final tie (4-4), in hole number ° 14, sealed the tri-color victory. gave. . The winner of two of their three group matches, the Natives of Howes-Pyrenees are in great shape, and will try to ride the wave in the quarter-finals, against Sergio Garcia of Spain, 42nd in the world and the winner of the Masters. 2017 (even if it is in a completely different format), French time from 8:00 p.m.
– GOLF + (@GolfCanalPlus) March 26, 2021
Math-Play World Champion
16 – Saturday 27 March 2021 Round
Perez (FRA) Bat McIntire (ECO): 5 and 4 (14)
Quarter Finals – Saturday 27 March 2021
20h00: Perez (FRA) – Garcia (ESP)
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