Yet another scintillating performance by the Belgian girl Kamila Khodjaeva who impressed every one throughout the competition so far.
On her first appearance in any IBSF event, not only she reached the medals round of Under-21 women’s event but also crafted mammoth 123 points break, which is highest so far in this competition. With this she surpassed her career best 68.
By crafting this break, she has also joined in the élite club of century breaks for Women Snooker circuit where the big names like Alison Fisher, Reanne Ivans, Wendy Jans, Ng On Yee, Tatjana Vasiljeva and Nutcharat Wongharuthai exists.
Also she is now the second women to craft century break in her début IBSF competition after Nutcharat Wongharuthai, who début last year and constructed 124.
Today in quarter-final match, Kamila had made her intentions clear in the very first frame where she crafted two breaks of 32 and 34 to score 82 against 2 of Indian girl, Keerath Bhandaal.
Though Keerath pulled up next frame 59-45 to level again but Kamila scored one more break of 39 points to go ahead.
Fourth frame had no break but Kamila won comfortably 65-34 and after that she constructing outstanding 123 points break and thrashed the doors of medals round to step in.