KARACHI: The decline of former world champion Ahsan Ramzan continued as he fell prey to Indian Ishpreet Singh Chadha 4-6 in the semi-final of the second SAARC Snooker Championship in Dhaka on Wednesday.

Chadha, who sent Babar Masih packing 5-1 in the quarter-final, won the encounter 85-34, 78-39, 8-72, 54-69, 75-8, 0-84, 75-5, 84-0, 37-86, 84-0 won the encounter 85-34, 78-39, 8-72, 54-69, 75-8, 0-84, 75-5, 84-0, 37-86, 84-0 to set an all-Indian final with Birjesh Damani.

Published in Dawn, December 1st, 2022

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