Asian snooker title remains with Pankaj Advani
Asian snooker title remains with Pankaj Advani

A billiards and snooker player from India, Pankaj Arjan Advani is one of the most successful players today. An Indian snooker player, Pankaj Advani, retained the Asian title by winning 6-3 against former champion Amir Sarkhosh of Iran on Thursday.

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In 2019, Pankaj Advani won the event before the 2020 edition was dropped due to a pandemic, won 72(55)-42, 72(50)-0, 70-49, 41-66, 70-17, 30-68, 34-74, 50-12, 64(63)-44.

Pankaj Advani has won 13 Asian titles across both snooker and billiards, including two gold medals in the 2006 and 2010 Asian Games.

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“I’m glad to defend this title and continue where I left off before the onset of the pandemic. “This gap only fueled the drive and hunger to compete on return,” said Advani.

The results: Final: Pankaj Advani bt Amir Sarkhosh (Irn) 6-3 [72(55)-42, 72(50)-0, 70-49, 41-66, 70-17, 30-68, 34-74, 50-12, 64(63)-44].

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Advani will compete after a short break in the IBSF 6-Red Snooker World Cup starting Friday.

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