Nov 18, 3 years ago

IBSF World Snooker Championship|Players prepapres for knockouts

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IBSF World Snooker Championship knockouts 2015

The play has now been concluded in the group stage of Men, Masters and Women events last night, the single elimination knockout will start and the seeded draw for last-88 has now been prepared. 24 ties will feature today morning in last 96 stage of Men with the winner to join into last-64.

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The Masters has identified last 48 players, similarly women has last 24 players and the single elimination knockout matches for these categories will start on Wednesday, the 18th November.

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In men, Thailand player Kritsanut Lertsattayathorn attains the top-seed slot followed by Abdul Sattar from Pakistan as seed no.2. Whereas in Masters, Simon Zammit from Malta and Mohammed Al Joaker from UAE are No.1 and 2. In Women, both the top two seeds are acquired by Indian women players, Amee Kamani and Vidya Pillai.

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