Pakistan Ahsan Ramzan became  youngest world snooker champion

Pakistan 16 year old Ahsan Ramzan has set a new record for amateur snooker world Snooker Championship. He has become  youngest world amateur snooker champion in the world.

In the final of the International Billiards Snooker Federation World Snooker Championship held in Doha capital of Qatar Ahsan Ramzan defeated his more experienced player Amir Sarkosh of Iran by 6 frames to five.

Pakistan Ahsan Ramzan became  youngest world snooker champion
Pakistan Ahsan Ramzan became  youngest world snooker champion

Final was very interesting in which Amir Sarkosh also played a century break in the fourth frame and at one stage he even got a lead of four frames instead of 2 which was five to three going forward and he had only one to win. Frame was needed but young Ahsan Ramzan overcame his nerves and not only leveled the match with five frames but also defeated his opponent by 67 points against 25 in the decisive frame.

Third Pakistani World Champion

Ahsan Ramzan is Pakistan 3rd cueist to win the World Amateur Snooker title. Earlier in 1994 Muhammad Yusuf had defeated Johannes Johansson by 11 frames to nine.Muhammad Asif has the unique honor of being the only Pakistani to have won the world title twice. He defeated Gary Wilson by 10 frames to eight in 2012 and then in 2019 he won by eight frames to five against Jeffrey Rhoda.

Due to the code international event could not be held for two years. In this regard Muhammad Asif was defending his world title in Doha. However in the semi finals they lost to Ahsan Ramzan by five frames to four.

Who is Ahsan Ramzan who played break 147?

Ahsan Ramzan told the CCR in a brief interview from Doha that he started snooker at the age of 6 or 7and when he went to play in a snooker parlor its owner said that if you want to play at the national level. If so make your way through the Punjab Cup.

Ahsan Ramzan says that his father encouraged him a lot and gave him a small snooker table in the house on which he started playing.

He says this is the first time he has represented Pakistan outside the country. He was saddened by the defeat in the quarterfinals of the World U-21 but he was very hopeful for the World Snooker Championship that he would perform well.

Ahsan Ramzan says that his father wants his son to be a good player and he wants to achieve more in this sport but it will depend on the circumstances how much help he gets from the government if not. If possible, then they will think about what to do in the future.

It may be recalled that Ahsan Ramzan has also won national under  16 17 and 18 titles while he is running in the national under 21 championship.

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Ahsan Ramzan also showed his talent in  National Snooker Championship last year when he reached the final where he was defeated by Muhammad Sajjad by seven frames to six.

Born on August 14 2005 Ahsan Raza made headlines when he played a break of 147 against a German player in the quarterfinals of the World Under 21 Championships in Doha before winning the title. The matches were not won.