Pankaj Advani preparing to defend world title; Stars in Myanmar open from today

Mandalay: India’s 21-time world billiards and snooker champion, Pankaj Advani, will start the Q Sports season business with the Myanmar Open on Monday.
The three-day tournament is a prelude to the main event, the IBSF World Billiards Championship, both of which will be held here in Mandalay, Myanmar.
Pankaj will be on a mission to retain his billiards world title after winning it last year.
The Myanmar Open will be just what the doctor ordered to warm up and improve the playing conditions overseas.
Billiards, endurance and millimeter sports, which require hair width, will be on full display over the next one week with the world’s best competition. This tournament leading to the World Championship is decisive. Settling and using them in these situations will help me with the Myanmar Open. Advani said that I am looking forward to a week of billiards and am excited to defend my world title.
Both tournaments will be played in the 150-up short format. In this format the cuist needs to score 150 points before his opponent to win a frame. The matches will be at best -5 to 11 depending on the stage of the tournament.

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