Cheung Ka Wai of Hong Kong set the new highest break for the Asian Snooker 2021. While playing his semi-final match against Pankaj Advani of India, he scored 136 in the third frame to surpass the previously set highest break of 126 by Alijalil Ali of Iraq. Cheung was down by two frames when he opened up his hands with this massive total clearance, which is now the new highest break that attracts US$ 1000 Prizemoney. The match is still on and the score is 3-2 while publishing this report.

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