India*s Pankaj Advani retained his Asian Billiards title in the 100-up format, defeating fellow countryman Brijesh Damani 5-1 in the final played at Qatar Billiards and Snooker Federation (QBSF) Academy here on Sunday.
Advani, who is a 25-time International Billiards and Snooker Federation (IBSF) world champion, defeated Damani with a scoreline of 100(51)-18, 100(88)-9, 86(54)-101(75), 100-26, 100(66)-2, 101(64)-59 in the final. This is the eighth Asian Billiards title in all for Advani, who won the same title last year at Doha.
In the women*s section, China*s Bai Yulu won the title beating Panchaya Channoi of Thailand 3-0 in the final.
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