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This show was televised on Fox Sports 1. The USBC, PBA, and Fox own all the rights, I do not. This upload is for those that don't have that channel available and would like to watch the show.
The Masters stepladder will be broadcast Sunday on Fox Sports' FS1, beginning at 2 p.m. Eastern as part of the 2021 PBA Tour television schedule. The event is considered a major on the PBA Tour, and the champion will take home the coveted Masters trophy and $30,000 top prize.
The 26-year-old Svensson rolled undefeated through the event's iconic double-elimination match-play bracket this weekend at the National Bowling Stadium and downed fellow European Thomas Larsen of Denmark, 628-579, in the match to determine the top seed for the championship round. Larsen will be the No. 2 seed.
The two will be joined on the show by Jason Sterner of Rochester, New York, Chris Via of Springfield, Ohio, and 18-year-old Junior Team USA member Spencer Robarge of Springfield, Missouri, who emerged from the elimination bracket, surviving the four-player shootout that determined the last three seeds.
On the way to the TV show, the 10-time PBA Tour champion averaged 208.22 in match play over 18 games, and the path included wins over past Masters champions Andrew Anderson of Holly, Michigan, and Anthony Simonsen of Las Vegas and 2016 PBA Player of the Year EJ Tackett of Bluffton, Indiana.
Svensson's first major win came at the 2016 PBA Tournament of Champions, where he became the youngest player to win that event, just days shy of his 21st birthday.
His 10 titles have come in four countries, with two – the 2015 PBA Chameleon Championship and 2017 PBA Cheetah Championship – coming at the NBS in Reno.
Larsen also is a PBA Tour champion, but both of his wins – one in 2013 and one in 2014 – have come overseas.
Sterner, a three-time PBA Tour champion, lost his first match Friday and then survived eight consecutive matches to earn the third spot in the stepladder. He will face the winner of the opening match between Robarge and Via.
Via is eying his first PBA Tour title, while Robarge, who will be 18 years and 227 days old Sunday, is looking to become the first amateur since 2002 to win the Masters, and a victory would make him the youngest player in history to win the event. Anthony Simonsen was 19 years and 39 days old when he won in 2016.
Since Robarge is not a PBA member, he would not get credit for a PBA Tour title.
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