Pakistan Ends 17-Year Snooker Drought

After a long wait of 17 years, Pakistan finally regained the coveted title of Asian Snooker Championship. In Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, young quester Hamza Akbar defeated Indian legend Pankaj Advani 7-6 in a thrilling final.

This historic win is a significant moment for Pakistani snooker. The last time the nation won the Asian Snooker Championship trophy was in 1998, with Muhammad Yusuf’s victory. Akbar, playing in his first international event, has now written his name as the champion of the sport along with Yusuf.

The journey to the finals was smoothed by Akbar’s brilliant performance. He showed exceptional tenacity and skill in overcoming tough challenges from both Pakistani and international opponents.

Notably, he dominated the Pakistani snooker scene by defeating compatriots Shahram Chingizi and Asif Khan in the quarter and semi-finals respectively.

Facing the veteran Pankaj Advani in the final, Akbar showed great grit and determination. The match was a nail-biting contest, with both players fighting tooth and nail for every frame.

Despite some tense moments, Akbar’s nerves were strong, leading him to convert in key opportunities and eventually take home the championship title.

Snooker Championship Title

In a thrilling seven-hour final, Pakistan’s 22-year-old cueist Hamza Akbar defeated Indian snooker legend and two-time Asian Games gold medalist Pankaj Advani 7-6 (66-43, 43-55, 79-18, 70-). Defeated. 2, 28-72, 63-59, 64-57, 79-21, 0-116, 5-78, 8-89, 63-28, 61-52) to win his first Asian Snooker Championship title in Kuala Lumpur. , Malaysia

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