Three teams are currently 3-0 and into the playoff round at at the RE/Max Women’s Masters in Switzerland.
Sweden’s Anette Norberg, 2003 world champ Debbie McCormick of the United States and Switzerland’s Fabienne Fuerbringer are all in for Sunday’s quarter-finals.
Norberg is coming off a recent runner-up performance and McCormick, who has been struggling early this season, will be pleased with her start to this tournament.
Upset performance of the young 2010 season thus far has to be Fuerbringer, a calendar girl who managed to upset the Great Britain Olympic team, skipped by Eve Muirhead, 8-7 in an extra-end on Friday night.
The Swiss squad had previously beaten 2006 Olympic silver medallist Binia Feltscher-Beeli and 2008 world junior finalist Cissi Ostlund of Sweden.
In the Urs Raeber photo above, Team Muirhead battles England’s Kirsty Balfour in opening round action.
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Men’s and women’s action also continues in Calgary, while men’s Tour play is ongoing in Vancouver and Brandon.