Better than Ai Fukuhara, the “Billiard Goddess” IG bikini photo shows a good figure in the Universiade | Life | CTWANT

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Japan’s billiard queen Ai Fukuhara once won the title of “Billiard Goddess” for her cute appearance and superb skills, but now this title may be given to others. Recently, the special edition of the PTT watch has a post titled “Bronze Medal for the National Universiade Billiards Women’s Singles”, posting a series of photos of positive girls and bikini swimsuits that can’t hide her figure, which has aroused heated discussions among netizens.

Netizens posted on the special edition of the PTT watch on the 27th. From a series of photos, it can be seen that a ponytail girl is focusing on playing billiards, and her appearance is pure and lovely. It is understood that her name is Zhang Wanqing, and she recently won the bronze medal in the women’s singles billiards at the Universiade. Netizens have left messages below, “You are very righteous”, “It’s amazing to kill 3 balls at a time”, “If you want to marry her, win her first. Billiards”, “I feel like I’ll hit the wrong ball in doubles with her”, “Coach, I want to play billiards”, “I’m too good at hiding the ball.”

Zhang Wanqing’s bikini photos and daily photos show his good figure at a glance.

Zhang Wanqing’s IG now has more than 53,000 followers. It can be seen from the IG that she rarely posts billiard-related photos, but mostly photos of food, travel and friends. She has a hot bikini swimsuit photo, with a good figure It is also clear at a glance, and more than 3,000 people like it.

Zhang Wanqing posted on the 18th to share her experience of winning the bronze medal of the Universiade. She said, “Being in a school does not give resources at all, and I can’t get a basket of balls that I can usually play, the table is so wet that I can’t play, and I walk on the floor. The environment where you will be tripped. Even without a coach, I went to the venue alone on the last day (if it wasn’t for a bunch of friends waiting for me over there, I would have been scared to death),” she said, despite the hardships along the way. She felt very lucky to have many people with her.

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