It was double delight for former world billiards champion Sourav Kothari, who clinched the Pacific Worldwide Billiards Championship title on Friday, simply days after bagging the Snooker crown in the identical occasion.
The 37-year-old Kothari edged previous multiple-time English champion Rob Corridor of England 1500-1321 within the finals of the Stage 5 highest World Billiards rating occasion to win the title.
The 2018 World Billiards champion thus grew to become solely the second cueist after Mathew Bolton of Australia to attain a double title within the Pacific Worldwide.
Within the thrilling remaining, Kothari displayed nice mastery of cue ball management from the start. He notched up breaks of 161, 141, 135 and 117 to take an enormous 600-point lead.
The Englishman may handle solely a solitary century break of 177 throughout that session.
A few missed regulation drop cannons by Kothari within the subsequent session noticed Corridor battle again with a powerful break of 391 as he lowered the margin to 200 factors earlier than overtaking Kothari.
Kothari confirmed nice calmness and composure underneath attempting circumstances and sealed the difficulty with a century break of 111.
Earlier, Corridor ousted World Billiards Champion Peter Gilchrist of Singapore by 1204-122 registering massive breaks of 244 and 192.
Kothari scraped previous compatriot Dhruv Sitwala in a nail-biting 1200-1131.