The Filipino beat compatriot Roland Garcia in the final at Al Arabi Sports Club in Doha
The Englishman defeated compatriot Robert Hall 1500-1284 to win the IBSF world billiards long-format title
The Qatari team defeated Jordan 11-10 in the final
The Indian ace thrashed second seed Mike Russell in the final
The Indian quelled the challenge of compatriot Rupesh Shah in the semifinal while Russell defeated Peter Gilchrist
Myanmar’s Nay Thway Oo, Singapore’s Peter Gilchrist, and England’s Mike Russell also enter the last eight
In another match, Dhruv Sitwala of India defeated Robert Hall of England 3-2
Lyu Haotian of China displays boyish charm and cool demeanour as he stuns 16-time world champion Pankaj Advani of India in the 33rd Asian Snooker Championship final.
FOR Pankaj Advani, the elusive wait continues. The ace Indian cueist has won almost everything across all formats of cue sports, but the Asian snooker title continues to evade him all the time.
Qatar’s Mohammed Salem Al Nuaimi was unanimously elected as the new president of Asian Confederation of Billiard Sports.
FOR QatarI players, it was a familiar story of not being able to deliver when it mattered the most.
China’s Li Yuan registered the highest break (129) of the tournament.
AHMED Saif leads Qatar’s charge at the 33rd Asian Snooker Championship, under way at the Qatar Billiard and Snooker Federation Hall.
THE 33rd edition of Asian Snooker Championship will begin at the Qatar Billiards and Snooker Federation (QBSF) Hall on April 22.
Iran’s Soheil Vahedi and Belgium’s Wendy Jans emerge as men’s and women’s champion respectively at the World Snooker Championships while India's Dharminder Lilly won the Masters title.