Yasin Merchant

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Name Date of Birth Country
Yasin Merchant 17-12-1966 India
(Right Handed Cueist)
Mumbai – MAHARASHTRA
Turned Professional in the year 1992
Highest Sports Qualification – Two times Asian Snooker Champion
Asian Games Gold Medalist in Snooker
First Indian to reach in Top 64 of World Professional Snooker
Highest Break – Snooker – 142
Tournament Records
– 2011 78th Indian National Snooker Championship – Top 16
– 2011 CCI Invitational Snooker Tournament – Quarter Finalist
– 2011 Shyam Shroff Memorial – Khar Gymkhana Invitational Snooker Tournament – Quarter Finalist
– 2010 IBSF World Snooker (Men) Championship – Represented India
– 2010 Guangzhou Asian Games (Snooker Team) – Silver Medal (Partners – Aditya Mehta, Brijesh Damani)
– 2010 77th Indian National Snooker Championship – Top 16
– 2010 Asian Snooker Championship – Semi Finalist
– 2010 Alumni Club All India Invitation Snooker Championship – Winner
– 2009 IBSF World Snooker (Men) Championship – Top 16
– 2009 76th Indian National Snooker Championship – Rank 4
– 2009 4th BSAM Matunga – All India Open 6 Red Snooker Championship – Winner
– 2009 4th PCL-Manisha Invitation Snooker Championship – Quarter Finalist
– 2009 Shyam Shroff Memorial – Khar Gymkhana Invitational Snooker Tournament – Semi Finalist
– 2009 Otters Club Amateur 9 Ball Pool Championship 2009 – Semi Finalist
– 2009 CCI Platinum Jubilee Snooker Championship – Runner-up
– 2009 Nahar Group-MIG Club Invitation Snooker Championship – Quarter Finalist
– 2008 75th Indian National Snooker Championship – Top 16
– 2008 SangSom 6-Red International Snooker Championship – Represented India
– 2008 24th Asian Snooker Championship – Top 16
– 2008 Shyam Shroff Memorial – Khar Gymkhana Snooker Tournament – Winner
– 2008 Yasin Merchant Classic Doubles Snooker Tournament – Semi Finalist (Partner :: Alok Kumar)
– 2007 74th India National Snooker Championship – Rank 6
– 2007 IBSF World Snooker (Men) Championship – Top 16
– 2007 Indoor Asian Games Snooker Team – Bronze Medal (Partners Alok Kumar & Manan Chandra)
– 2007 Asian Snooker Championship – Runner Up
– 2007 Viresh Prabhu Trophy – JVPG Club Handicap Snooker Champion
– 2007 Rexello Islam Gymkhana Invitation Snooker Champion
– 2007 Pune Club Ltd Manisha Invitation Snooker Champion
– 2007 National 8Ball Pool Championship- Semi Finalist
– 2007 Indian National Snooker Championship – Rank 3
– 2006 Doha Asian Games (Snooker Team) – Bronze Medal (Partners – Aditya Mehta, Rupesh Shah)
– 2006 USA Team Snooker Championship – Runner-up (Partners Pankaj Advani & Manan Chandra)
– 2002 Asian Games – Snooker Doubles Gold Medal
– 2001 Asian Snooker Championship – Winner
– 1991 Asian Snooker Championship – Runner up
– 1989 Asian Snooker Championship – Winner
Cue in use – Omin’s Cue (Huntar)
Club – Khar Gymkhana
Bombay Gymkhana
Other Activities – Business
Hobbies – Writing