06:22 am FOLLOW US: Mumbai : Chennai-based Rafath Habib of Railways registered impressive back-to-back wins to enter the second round, in the Otters Club All India 9-Ball Pool Tournament. Habib, a formidable snooker exponent, kicked off his ... The Freepress Journal, 1 week ago
Chennai: Daksh Reddy (AACSA) with some fine potting and exemplary safety play pulled off an upset win over the experienced Rafath Habib (SRSA), who had won a silver medal in the recently-concluded World Championship (Masters Category) in Egypt.News Today, 1 month ago
MUMBAI: Former women's world no 1 Kelly Fisher of England won back-to-back ties to storm into the quarter-finals of the tournament on Friday. Fisher beat the Delhi duo of Hitanshu Manchanda and Avinash Kumar and Rishabh Thakkar of Mumbai in the ...Times of India, 1 week ago
06:24 am FOLLOW US: New Delhi : India suffered a huge blow ahead of the third edition of the Track Asia Cup, starting here on Tuesday, with World No.6 cyclist Sahil Kumar being ruled out due to an injury. Sahil, who had earlier won the Asia Track ...The Freepress Journal, 1 week ago
Thor (right) loses in the last 32 of the World Open but Moh Keen Ho (left) makes it to the last 16 of the IBSF World 6 Reds Championships. KUCHING: Thor Chuan Leong's run at the World Open Snooker Championships in Yushan, China, has come to an ...TheStar.com.my, 1 month ago (Snooker) Rory achieves milestone at World Open New Straits Times, 1 month ago Thor claws back from behind to reach second round of World Open TheStar.com.my, 1 month ago
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