Pakistan’s top two cueists Muhammad Sajjad and Imran Shehzad made a disappointing start in the inaugural 6-Red Asian Snooker Championship in Thailand by losing their opening league matches, according to a message received here on Monday.
The 26-year-old Sajjad from Sargodha, went down fighting against Nadir Sultani of Afghanistan 5-4 in fully extended frame contest.
However, Pakistan number one, Imran Shahzad went down 1-5 against Yuttapop Pakpoj of Thailand 5-1.
Muhammad Sajjad will be playing his next match against Au Chi Wai of Hong Kong and Imran Shahzad will be up against Yusuke Tanaka of Japan.
Over 50 cuemen represpenting 25-nations from across the continent are taking part in the week-long event. Reuters