Anupama Ramachandran

2023 World Cup Winner

Highest Ranking

16 (March 2024)

WWS Debut




India’s Anupama Ramachandran made her debut on the World Women’s Snooker Tour at the 2023 World Cup event in Thailand where she claimed a sensational title victory alongside compatriot Amee Kamani.

Having progressed through their group stage at the team event, the pair defeated Thailand C, Thailand A and finally England A, represented by 12-time world champion Reanne Evans and world number four Rebecca Kenna, to lift the prestigious title.

Anupama continued her form into the subsequent World Women’s Snooker Championship, reaching the last 16 on her maiden appearance, before going on to defeat two-time defending champion Ploychompoo Laokiatphong to win the World Women’s Under-21 title at the Hi-End Snooker Club.

In September 2023, Anupama made her debut at the UK Women’s Snooker Championship, reaching the quarter-final of a world ranking event for the first time before losing out 3-1 to eventual champion Reanne Evans. She repeated the feat at the 2024 Belgian Open, again losing to Evans by the same scoreline.

Anupama reached the quarter-finals of the World Women’s Snooker Championship for the first time in 2024, losing out to three-time champion Ng On Yee 4-1.