Only in 70 minutes, Chinese player Deng Haohui finished his first match of Asian Snooker Championship. On first day, first session, Deng played against Mongolian player Mendsaikhan Bat-Erdene and defeated him 4-nil.  

Deng opened his account with a break of 50 points in the first frame and crafted another break of 55 in the next to take 2 frames lead. Though there was a comeback attempt from Mendsaikhan in third frame. He fought well but couldn’t succeed and lost that frame too 44-55. The fourth frame was mere formality and ended 67-08 in favour of Deng.


The defending champion, Amir Sarkhosh also registered 4-nil victory over Ahmed Jabhan of Yemen. Amir started with a break of 51 points in first frame. After that Amir dominated complete match to win next three frames 90-12, 83-30 and 68-22 and closed the proceedings 4-0.

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