India’s leading cueist, Pankaj Advani, said that he managed on his physical fitness and believed that he has an opportunity to do something that has never been done before while Talking about his preparations and mindset that progressed into winning back-to-back championships.

Advani went to Doha for the IBSF World Championships; he had previously registered his victory on 16 World titles. He went there to compete in the long format billiards, shot format billiards, and 15 frame snooker World Championships.

“It was the first time that the World Billiards and Snooker Championships were being conducted continuously. He thought he would burn himself out, so he started focusing a lot on his fitness and prepared well physically.

When questioned about how he was feeling before the snooker final, Advani said, “He was nervous at the beginning of the snooker final as there are silly thoughts running in mind always. He had won the first billiards championship, and so then he got the bronze in the other billiards final. For him, it was a loss because he was only thinking about the gold, and then when the snooker came he finally said that there is the chance to win another title, but if he looses, he will go back with only one title. But eventually, he won the championship and felt good about it.”

Pankaj Advani became the first player to win the World Billiards Championships and World Snooker Championships back-to-back in a couple of weeks. His hard work and commitment towards the sport have encouraged him to win 23 world titles.

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Paayel is a correspondent at Sportz Business Magazine and pursuing Journalism from Lady Shri Ram college. She is an aspiring and passionate journalist, who is on her way to gain more knowledge and wisdom.

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