The IBSF is glad to inform you that Doha, Qatar will be the next destination for the World Championships for the year 2023. The championships will be played from 05 November till 24 November 2023 with players and referees meeting on 04 November.
Darren Morgan from Wales has won the World Masters Snooker title 6th time in his career. Today in the final, he defeated former World Team Cup Champion Manan Chandra from India who was playing in the Masters’ category for the first time.
Wendy Jans once again claimed the World Women Snooker title that she lost in 2019. This is the 9th World title of her career.
Malaysian Teams, Team 1 and Team 2 have both won the medals at the World Men Team Snooker Championships held in their country’s capital city Kuala Lumpur.
Pankaj Advani from India won his career’s 25th world title today at the High End Snooker Club in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia where he won the World Billiards (150-Up) Championship for the year 2022. In the final of best of seven games, Pankaj defeated his compatriot Sourav Kothari 4-0 in a one-sided battle.
Today at High End Snooker Club in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Waratthanun Sukritthanes of Thailand lifted her career’s second World Women 6Red Snooker title. In the final today she defeated India’s Vidya Pillai in straight sets of frames 4-0. Previously Waratthanun won the World Women 6Red Snooker title in the year 2018.
S. Shrikrishna from India has become the World Men 6Red Snooker Champion for the year 2022. He defeated Habib Sabah of Bahrain 5-1 in the final played here at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
The Thailand Masters’ team comprises of James Wattana and Noppadon Noppachorn won the World Masters Team Snooker Championship 2022 here at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia after defeating Team Iraq of Ihab Al-Salih and Firas Kamil Shaba 4-0 in the final.
Liam Davies from Wales has sensationalised the World of Snooker by achieving the rarest combination of winning all three titles for the World Junior Snooker category i.e. Under-16, Under-18 and Under-21 in the same year on the same tour. Today he defeated Antoni Kowalski of Poland 5-1 in the final to accomplish this task.
The IBSF President Mr. Mubarak Al-Khayarin visited Thailand’s National Championship 2022 where he was invited by Billiards and Snooker Association of Thailand (BSAT) as Guest of Honour.
Panchaya Channoi of Thailand has now become the World Under-21 Women Snooker Champion after defeating Indian player and former World U16 Women Snooker Champion Anupama Ramachandran in an almost one-sided final played at the Sports Hall of the Polytechnic University of Bucharest in Romania, Liam. This is Panchaya’s maiden world title.
After winning the World Under-16 snooker championship, Liam Davies of Wales has now sensationalized the world of snooker with his commendable win in the World Under-18 Snooker championship. Today in the final that was played at Sports Hall of the Polytechnic University of Bucharest in Romania, Liam defeated the 2019 World Under-16 Snooker Champion Antoni Kowalski of Poland 4-3.