04 March 2022 Written By CSI News Desk
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Varshaa Sanjeev and Amee Kamani from India has entered into the quarter-finals of the World Women Snooker championship 2021 ongoing at the Qatar Billiards and Snooker Federation in Doha, Qatar.
Where Amee Kamani sailed smoothly defeating Maryam Ebrahimi Basabi of Iran in a straight-set of frames 3-0, Varsha faced the threat of elimination but made a remarkable recovery to turn the fate of the match towards her side.
So Man Yan almost ousted Varshaa by winning the first two frames and emerged strongly in the third frame too but Varshaa played some exceptional safe shots to get back into the rhythm in a given time and then secured the frame with a 9 points difference.
In the next two frames, Varshaa played a much more sensible game to omitting any possibility of errors. She won the frames 60-15 and 69-25 to confirm her berth for the quarter-finals.
In the quarter-final matches, Amee will now take on Nutcharat Wongharuthai of Thailand, and Varshaa will play against Anastasia Nechaeva (representing IBSF) to confirm the medals for the country.