Mohammad Bilal, the snooker king of Pakistan, died of a heart attack.
Pakistan Billiards and Snooker Federation (PBSF) said on Saturday that snooker winner Mohammad Bilal died of a heart attack.
Bilal, who is 38 years old, won the 2019 Asian Tour 10 Reds and the 2019 International Billiards and Snooker Federation (IBSF) World Team Cup.
In a statement about Bilal’s death, PBSF head Alamgir Khan said, “We are saddened by his passing.” Bilal was a talented snooker player.
“He was proud to serve Pakistan, and he won many titles for the country. We are with his family during this hard time,” he said.
After the Zuhr prayer today, Bilal’s funeral will be held in Mandi Bahauddin, where he was born and raised.
In 2018, the snooker player won the IBSF World Team Cup in Doha, Qatar, with his countryman Asjad Iqbal. In the same year, he won the ACBS Asian Tour Snooker 10 Reds event.
At the SAARC Snooker Championship in Dhaka, Bangladesh, in 2019, he got a silver award.
He also won the National title twice, in 2016 and 2019.
In 2016, he won the Jubilee Insurance 41st National Snooker Championship and came in second place at the 8th NBP Ranking Snooker Championship.
2018: Second-place finisher at the 43rd Jubilee Insurance National Snooker Championship.
2019: Won the Jubilee Insurance 44th National Snooker Championship and made it to the semi-finals of the Jubilee Insurance Ranking Snooker Championship.
2020: Made it to the quarterfinals of the Jubilee Insurance 45th National Snooker Championship and the semifinals of the 12th NBP Ranking Snooker Championship.
In the 2016 International Snooker Championship, he made it to the semi-finals of the Snooker Six Red event and won a bronze medal at the first Asian Billiard Sports Championship in Al-Fujairah, United Arab Emirates.
2017: Placed in the semi-finals and won a bronze medal at the 33rd Asian Snooker Championship in Doha, Qatar. Also placed in the semi-finals and won a bronze medal in the Snooker Six Red Event at the 5th Asian Team & 6th Six Red Snooker Championships in Kyrgyzstan.
2018: Semi-finalist (Bronze Medal) in 34th Asian Snooker Championship in Tabriz, Iran; runner-up in Snooker Team Event (Silver Medal) in 6th Asian Team & 7th Six red Snooker Championships in Doha, Qatar; runner-up in Snooker Six Red Event (Silver Medal) in 1st IBSF – ACBS Asian Tour in Doha, Qatar; winner in Snooker 10 Red Event (Gold Medal) in
Semifinalist in Snooker Six Red Event (Bronze Medal) in 1st Qatar 6 Red World Cup in Doha, Qatar, winner (Gold Medal) in IBSF World Team Cup in Doha, Qatar, and runner up (Silver Medal) in SAARC Snooker Championship in Dhaka, Bangladesh.