Player Profile

Aakanksha S. Thakur

NameDate of Birth Country
Aakanksha S. Thakur07-09-1988India

(Left Handed Cueist)

Hyderabad - Andhra Pradesh

Highest Sports Qualification - Represented India in IBSF World U-21 Girls Snooker Championship 2007

Highest Break - Billiards - 22

Snooker - 25

Tournament Records

- 2007 IBSF World U-21 Snooker Championship - Participant

- 2007 National Billiards (Ladies) Championship - Participant

- 2007 National Snooker (Ladies) Championship - Participant

- 2006 National Billiards (Ladies) Championship - Participant

- 2006 National Snooker (Ladies) Championship - Participant

- 2006 AP State (Ladies) Tournament - Ranked 1

- 2006 Men's State Ranking Tournament (LVR Club) - Participant

- 2006 Fateh Maidan Club Open Tournament - Participant

- 2006 Men's State Ranking Tournament (Jubilee Hill Club) - Participant

- 2005 AP State (Ladies) Tournament - Ranked 2

Club - Andhra Pradesh Billiards & Snooker Association

Follow Other Sports - Throw Ball, Septakraw, Badminton

Other Activities - Pursuing Bachelors Degree in Dental Surgery from MNR Dental College, Sengareddy, Andhra Pradesh

Hobbies - Reading, Music

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