Pakistan’s 16-year-old prodigy Ahsan Ramzan has won the World Snooker Championship at just 16 years of age, ARY News reported.
According to details, the 16-year-old Ahsan Ramzan beat Iran’s Amir Sarkosh to bag the Premium title.
The Pakistani boy had made an impressive debut defeating India’s Digvijay Kadian 3-1 at the five-day championship.
Ahsan, after a nail-biting competition, had beaten countrymate and former World Champion Muhammad Asif in the semi-finals of the championship.
Ahsan had lost the first two frames against the former champion Muhammad Asif but he levelled the competition by winning the following two sets.