Aung Phyo advances to next stage in 2022 World Snooker Championship

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Aung Phyo, a Myanmar snooker player, already advanced to the next step on the last day of the group stage of the 2022 World Snooker Championships in Qatar on 8 March.
In the last matches of the group, Aung Phyo lost to Iran player Emery by four matches while Win Ko Ko defeated Iran’s Ali by 4-2.
After the group matches, Aung Phyo won two of the three matches. With just one loss, Aung Phyo has advanced to the round of 32 knockout stages, while Win Ko Ko won one match and lost two. With two defeats, he was eliminated from the group stage.
Round of 32 and 16 matches of the World Snooker Championship will continue on 9 March.
The tournament is divided into 16 groups, with the top two winners from each group advancing to the knockout stages. — Ko Nyi Lay/GNLM

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