Pakistan’s Ahsan Ramzan Advances to Final of World 6-Red Men’s Snooker Championship

Ahsan Ramzan from Pakistan is going to play in the final of the World 6-red Men’s Snooker Championship in Doha, Qatar. He won against Ali Alobaidli, the 15-red World Champion, with a score of 6-4 in the semi-final.

Earlier this year, Ramzan won the Asian U-21 Snooker Championship in Iran. Before him, no other Pakistani player had achieved this. He also won the IBSF World Snooker Championship title in 2022.

In the other semi-final match, Michael Georgiou from Cyprus defeated Mohammad Naseem from Pakistan with a score of 6-5. It was a close match, and Naseem had a chance, but he couldn’t make it an all-Pakistan final.

The final match will happen later today.

Both Ramzan and Naseem reached the semi-finals on Tuesday. Ramzan won against Habib Sabah from Bahrain 5-2, and Naseem won against Xiaolong Liang from China 5-4.

Ramzan reached the quarter-finals after defeating Pankaj Advani from India with a score of 5-0.

Ramzan follows the legacy of Muhammad Yousaf, who won the IBSF World Snooker Championship in 1994 in Johannesburg, South Africa.