Monday, July 22, 2024

Ahsan Ramzan Creates History as Pakistan Wins U-21 Asian Snooker Championship for First Time

Ahsan Ramzan, a talented snooker player from Pakistan, has once again made his country proud by winning the Asian U-21 Snooker Championship. Ahsan defeated Iran’s Milad Pourali Darehchi with a score of 5-2, becoming Pakistan’s first-ever champion in the Asian U-21 snooker category.

Ahsan started the tournament strongly by winning the first four frames. Although Darehchi made a comeback in the 5th and 6th frames, Ahsan remained composed and won the 7th frame. With scores of 48-46, 70-5, 61-6, 62-29, 30-71, 55-67, and 101-27 in the frames, Ahsan emerged as the deserving winner of the championship.

This victory adds to Ahsan’s already impressive list of achievements. In the previous year, he reached the final of the International Billiards and Snooker Federation in Qatar, where he defeated another Iranian player. Ahsan’s remarkable talent has also made him the second youngest player to become a world amateur snooker champion, solidifying his place in snooker history.

Ahsan Ramzan’s success is a testament to his dedication, skills, and hard work in the field of snooker. He continues to inspire young players in Pakistan and serves as a shining example of the nation’s sporting prowess.

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