In the ongoing 2022 World Snooker Championship in Antalya, Turkey, Pakistani cueist Babar Masih defeats Indian opponent Brijesh Damani.
Babar advanced to the event’s semi-finals after winning four frames to Damani’s one, with scores of 88-10, 71-45, 88-5, 60-37, and 74-58.
Babar was then lost 5-3 by Lim Kok Leong. He is lost by scores of 99-26, 109-10, and 69-24 in the first three frames but makes a comeback in the fourth frame with a score of 70-9.
Leong took the fifth frame 68-42, but Babar didn’t give up and went on to win the following two frames in rows 72-32 and 70-49 to stay in the contest.
However, Babar’s participation in the tournament was all but over after Leong’s 72-1 victory in the eighth frame.
Mohammad Sajjad, Ahsan Ramzan, and Haris Tahir of Pakistan also participated in the event.
Polish player Antoni Kowalski defeated Sajjad 4-2 in the round of 32 matches to knock him out.
Ramzan was defeated 4-3 by his Finnish opponent Robin Hull in the round of 32 matches.
In the last 48 matches, Babar himself defeated Harris.