The defending champion of the Asian Men Snooker 2023 Amir Sarkhosh stormed into the final once again repeating the identical score against the same opponent Ishpreet Singh of India, whom he defeated last year in the final. This year Amir Sarkhosh met him in the semi final match where he appeared with an excellent form and initiated his campaign with a break of 83 points in first frame. In second frame, Ishpreet had some control over the game and scored 35 points but few unforced errors allowed Amir Sarkhosh back on driving seat to seal the frame 81-35. After that Amir was unstoppable and won next frames 96-10, 82-34 and 59-08 to step in the final for defending his title. Tomorrow in the final, Amir will meet Thor Chuan Leong of Malaysia who reached the final after defeating his compatriot and current World Snooker champion Lim Kok Leong 5-2. Lim lost first frame very narrowly and the slipped in second frame too. Although he scored a break of 54 to snatch third frame but in next Thor controlled the frame to lead 3-1. Once again, Lim managed to secure one frame but this time, Thor replied with a break of 72 to maintain his lead 4-2. Lim again fought hard and obtained lead in 7th frame, but Thor not only recovered those points, but went ahead to close the proceedings 5-2 to meet Amir Sarkhosh in the final.

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