Dhruv Sitwala Upset Pankaj Advani To Win Asian Billiards Title

Mumbai cueist Dhruv Sitwala produced a big surprise in the Asian Billiards Championship held at Beijing when he won the title by upsetting Pankaj Advani. First taste of International success The Asian Billiards Championship title is the first International crown of Sitwala’s career and he had some tough competition to win the tournament. Three World

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Michael White Wins Indian Open Snooker Championship

Welshman Michael White won the Indian Open Snooker Championship on Saturday after defeating England’s Ricky Walden in the final. White put up a dominating display in the final with a convincing 5-0 win against Walden. White Triumphs The fans who expected a see a thrilling battle in the final were disappointed as it was a one sided

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Indian Open Snooker: Higgins And Trump Crash Out

The Indian Open Snooker Championship saw some huge upsets on Friday when two of the biggest names – John Higgins and Judd Trump – were knocked out before the Quarter finals. Trump and Higgins knocked out Four-time World champion John Higgins and 2011 World Championship finalist Judd Trump were eliminated from the Indian Open Snooker Championship in the pre-quarters

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Indian Open Snooker championship: Bad Day For Indians Qualifiers

The Indian Open Snooker Championship saw a bad day for the Indian players in the Wild card qualifiers. Former India No. 3 Neeraj Kumar and amateur Brijesh Damani crashed out of the tournament in the qualifiers and in a late night match Pankaj Advani also suffered a rare defeat . Brave Fight from Damani Damani

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Pankaj Advani Eyes Success At Indian Open Snooker Tournament

The 29-year-old  Indian ace, Pankaj Advani hopes to be a giant-killer in the second edition of the Indian Open Snooker World Ranking Tournament. The £300,000-pound event is scheduled to be held from 10th-14th March, 2015 at the grand Hyatt Hotel, Mumbai. Advani, had reached the semifinals in the first edition of the tournament in Delhi before losing

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Top Five Upsets By Indian Sports Persons in 2014

The 2015 Australian Open witnessed a massive upset in the first week as 17-time Grand Slam champion Roger Federer was sent packing out of the year’s first Grand Slam by Andreas Seppi in the third round. With Seppi’s incredible upset hogging the headlines everywhere, it is perhaps a good time to have a look back

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Pankaj Advani Triumphs At The National Snooker Championship

The stand out resume of Pankaj Advani saw a new addition when the 12 time world Champion annexed the Senior National Snooker Championship at the Bengal Rowing Club. Advani defeated 24 year old Varun Madan 6-3 in the finals in a hard fought match. In a well fought encounter Advani prevailed 83(45)-36, 73(54)-35, 27-86(57), 79-0,

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Pankaj Advani Wins National Billiards Championship

Indian Billiards ace Pankaj Advani pocketed his seventh National billiards Championship beating Dhruv Sitwala 5-0 on Saturday at the Bengal Rowing Club. The start of the game did not go as Pankaj wanted but after the first frame, it was all too easy for Pankaj. He posted breaks of 150 and 153 to sweep the match in

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National Billiards And Snooker Championship- Story So Far

The BRC National Billiards and Snooker Championship kicked off on January 3rd. The biggest cue-sports event of the country is staged across three main categories- Sub junior, junior and senior. S. Srikrishna of Tamil Nadu and Ishpreet Chadha of Maharashtra shared honours in the sub-junior and junior categories. The former won the sub-junior billiards while

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Chinese Teenager Stuns Pankaj Advani To Claim World Snooker

India’s campaign at the IBSF World Snooker Championship in Bengaluru came to an end after top cueists Pankaj Advani, Manan Chandra and Chitra Magimairajan lost their quarterfinal matches on Friday. Pankaj Advani lost to 14 year old sensation Yan Bingtao from China in the Quarterfinals . Yan Bingtao went on to become the youngest World Snooker

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