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John Higgins Roars Out With Outstanding Double Before Falling Just Short Of 147

John Higgins Roars Out With Outstanding Double Before Falling Just Short Of 147

After losing seven frames in a row, John Higgins came out and potted 15 reds and 14 blacks, including an outrageous double, to kick things off with a bang in the World Championship final at the Crucible.

Judd Trump took a 12-5 lead into today's proceedings after a superb showing on Sunday. However, Higgins roared back in style with a superb start only to miss on the black as it rocked against the pocket.

It finished in a 110 break in the opening frame of the day.

Higgins is looking history and his fifth title in the final after finishing runner-up in the last two. His luck seemed in from the start.

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