Syrian champion Mohammed Al-Soufi achieved an unprecedented historical Arab achievement by qualifying for the final of the World Billiards Championship, which is currently being held in Poland.
And the Syrian news agency, SANA, stated that Al-Sufi reached the final at the expense of the Chinese, Wuqun Lin, by defeating him 11-6 in the semi-final round, amid the astonishment of observers with the capabilities of the Syrian star, his high skills, and the accuracy of his performance.
The fairytale continues for Mohammad Soufi! 🌟
The Syrian reaches the #WorldPoolChampionship final defeating Wu Kun Lin 11-6 🇸🇾 pic.twitter.com/KlbOqomR77
— Matchroom Pool (@MatchroomPool) February 5, 2023
The big surprise was the brilliance of the Syrian champion, and his elimination of the 4-time world champion and 14-time European champion, Austrian Albin Uschan, from the quarter-finals, by defeating him 11-8.
It is noteworthy that the Syrian Mohammed Al-Soufi won the gold medal in the 9-ball billiards singles championship in the West Asian Championship.
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