The player from Qatar Mhanaa Alobaidli was down by two frames in his first match on the opening day of the Asian Snooker championship 2021 but a strong recovery in the third frame put him on track to win the match 4-2. The third frame went till the black ball game that changed the fate of the entire match. After that Mhanaa secured two more frames with ease to lead 3-2. In the sixth frame, Sharaf took the initial lead but Mhanaa chased brilliantly to win another black ball frame and the match 4-2. The defending champion, Pankaj Advani of India also won his match with an ease. He was playing against Ankit Man Shrestha of Nepal and defeated him 4-0 with a break of 66 in the last frame. Babar Masih of Pakistan also won his match 4-0 against another player from Nepal Nirmal Bogati. During the match, he scored two breaks of 78 and 62.

You may also like

Pankaj Advani defends his Asian Snooker title
Cheung sets new highest break of the Asian Snooker 2021
Haris Tahir confirms medal at the Asian Snooker 2021