The recently concluded IBSF World Championships in Doha witnessed a spectacular showcase of skill, determination, and sportsmanship. Among the standout performances, Pankaj Advani emerged as a true maestro, claiming victory in the World Billiards Championships Long up category.
In a riveting final showdown, Advani faced off against Sourav Kothari, showcasing his mastery of the baize to secure the coveted title. The clash between these two titans of the game was a testament to the high caliber of talent present at the championship, leaving fans on the edge of their seats until the final ball dropped.
In the Women’s Snooker World Championships, Amee Kamani and Vidya Pillai exhibited grace and tenacity, earning a well-deserved bronze after a commendable journey that unfortunately saw them fall short in the semifinals. Their resilience and prowess on the green baize left an indelible mark on the tournament and solidified their status as formidable contenders in the world of women’s snooker.
Meanwhile, in the World Snooker Master Championships, the duo of Manan Chandra and Kamal Chawla added to India’s medal tally by clinching bronze. Their strategic brilliance and precision on the snooker table showcased the depth of talent in the Indian snooker contingent, earning them a rightful place on the podium.
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