I'm awaiting your reply to the queries i asked on previous email.

Is it a good sentence?
"I await/I'm awaiting your reply to the queries I asked in my/in a previous email."
If you use 'a previous email' it means a recent but not necessarily the most recent.
"I await" can be more courteous, "I'm awaiting" is impatient.
It should be,'I am waiting for your reply to the inquiries that I asked at previous emails.'
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 meteorquake's reply was promoted to an answer.
I agree with meteorquake.

"I will await" -- patient, not urgent
"I await" -- courteous, but with expectation
"I'm awaiting" -- impatient/urgent
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