Pankaj Advani won his 24th World Snooker title in Qatar's capital Doha

Pankaj Advani won his 24th World Snooker title in Qatar's capital Doha

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Category : Sports Published on: September 24 2021

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·       Star Indian cueist Pankaj Advani clinched his 24th world title with a victory over Pakistan's Babar Masih in the final at the “IBSF 6-Red Snooker World Cup”.

·       Advani, who won his 11th Asian title last week, started the final with a comfortable 42-13 win in the first frame. Babar won the second 38-14 to level the match.

·       36 years old Pankaj Advani, won third and fourth in quick succession to go up 3-1.

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v President: Arif Alvik

v Prime Minister: Imran Khan

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