Ramachandran lost to Thailand’s Panchaya Channoi 1-4 in the summit clash on Tuesday. The 20-year-old Pandian had also gone down to Channoi 0-3 earlier, settling for a bronze.
The Sports Authority of India (SAI) congratulated the cueists for their achievements.
“Many Congratulations Champs!! Well Done,” the SAI tweeted.
Double Podium Finish for India 🤩🥳Cueists 🎱 Anupama Ramachandran & Keerthana Pandian bagged Silver 🥈and Bronze🥉res… https://t.co/n38uvznQRS
— SAI Media (@Media_SAI) 1661322117000
Last year, Tamil Nadu’s Ramachandran clinched the first position in the women’s (1st leg) round-robin league of the GSC World Snooker Qualifiers.