Ahsan Ramzan becomes first Pakistani to win Asian U21 Snooker Championship

1687374564 Ahsan Ramzan becomes first Pakistani to win Asian U21 Snooker
Ahsan Ramzan plays a shot during the final of the U-21 championship. — Author
Ahsan Ramzan performs a shot in the course of the closing of the U-21 championship. — Writer 

For the primary time within the nation’s historical past, Pakistan turned the U-21 Asian Snooker Champion after the nation’s younger snooker sensation Ahsan Ramzan beat Irani cueist within the closing on Wednesday.

Ramzan defeated Iran’s Milad Pourali Darehchi 5-2 to change into the first-ever Pakistani to clinch the Asian U21 Snooker title.

The younger Pakistani cueist regarded favorite from the beginning as he took a lead of 4-0 by profitable the primary 4 frames convincingly.

His Iranian opponent made a comeback within the fifth and sixth frames however could not transcend that as Ramzan outclassed him within the seventh body to finish his win.

He gained the match with body scores of 48-46, 70-5, 61-6, 62-29, 30-71, 55-67, 101-27.

Earlier immediately, Ramzan defeated one other Irani cueist Tirdad Azadipout within the semi-final by profitable the Better of Seven 4-2 to safe his place within the closing.

Within the quarter-final, Ramzan defeated India’s Digvijay Kadyan 4-3 on Tuesday.

The 17-year-old gained the match with scores of 19-76, 36-76, 67-35, 63-31, 72-55, 27-65 and 9-70 as he got here again from a three-two deficit to win the match.

Within the group stage matches, Ramzan contested two group matches in opposition to Iran’s Arshia Tehrani and Ali Lelegani and defeated each of them.

In his first group match, {the teenager} beat Tehrani by the rating of 3-0 within the Better of 5

Tehrani was confronted with humiliation because the Pakistani participant dominated all three units. He gained the primary body by a rating of 55-21 whereas within the second body, Ramzan displayed an all-round efficiency as he defeated the Iranian by 93-15. He additionally comfortably gained the third body by sustaining his dominance.

Earlier than Ramzan, three Pakistanis — Farhan Mirza, Majid Ali, and Haris Tahir – on 4 events performed within the closing of the Asian U21 championship, however none may win the title.