Snooker: Pakistan’s Ahsan Ramzan and Babar Maseeh beats India

Ahsan Ramzan, a snooker sensation and child prodigy from Pakistan, defeated Amir Sarkohsh in a dramatic final to win his maiden championship from the International Billiards and Snooker Federation. Ahsan Ramzan is the first Pakistani to win a title from the International Billiards and Snooker Federation. He is the player that won an IBSF world title at the youngest age ever.

When Ahsan became the third Pakistani to win the IBSF world championship, he did it with a decisive margin of victory at the end of the competition. During the post-match interview, the young cueist urged that the Pakistani government and society provide cueists the same level of notoriety and respect as cricketers.

The young prodigy dominated the field in his debut event, making it to the semifinals before coming up against Muhammad Asif, who is also from his nation and is the current world champion. The two faced off against one other. In the semi-final encounter against the defending champion, Ahsan began the match by losing the first two sets. However, he could square the score by winning the following two sets. They each won a set using the “alternative” technique, which brought the score to a tie of 4-4 after it was knotted at 2-2, and they were both tied in sets.

Muhammad Asif, Ahsan Ramzan’s compatriot, and tutor were defeated by Ahsan Ramzan in the final round thanks to an extraordinary display of talent and self-confidence on Ahsan Ramzan’s part.

Muhammad Sajjad’s attempt to defend his national championship against Amir Sarkhosh in Iran was unsuccessful. On the other hand, Ahsan successfully advanced to the finals after defeating Muhammad Asif. All three Pakistani cueists made it to the competition’s semifinals, which is a first in the history of the competition.

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