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Muhammad Asif Shocks Snooker World with Victory Over Stephen Hendry

A Clash of Titans Unfolds as Underdog Muhammad Asif Upsets Seven-Time World Champion


Stephen Hendry, the big name in snooker who won the British Open four times from 1988 to 2003, faced an unexpected twist in this year’s tournament. He unexpectedly lost 4-2 to Muhammad Asif in the first qualifying round. This showdown took place in Leicester on a Monday.

At the beginning of the match, Hendry did well and won the first part with 73 points. But Muhammad Asif, his opponent, came back strong and won the next three parts. That put him ahead 3-1. Hendry managed to win the fifth part and make the score closer, but Muhammad Asif won with a score of 66 points.

Muhammad Asif’s win means he moves on to the next round of the tournament in Cheltenham.

In a similar vein, another player named Si Jiahui also had a good showing, winning 4-1 against Lukas Kleckers from Germany. Despite losing the first part, Si played really well in the rest of the parts and won with scores of 54 and 63.

The qualifying rounds will keep going until Saturday at the Morningside Arena. After that, the best 16 players in the world will start their matches in Cheltenham between September 25 and October 1.

Excitement is brewing for a thrilling match where world champion Luca Brecel will go head-to-head against Ding Junhui. People can’t wait to see this match. Top players Mark Allen and Anthony McGill will also compete against each other, making the competition even more exciting. Ronnie O’Sullivan, the current top player in the world who won the British Open in 1994, will play against former European Masters winner Jimmy Robertson. This match is eagerly anticipated by fans.

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