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Sentences forJohn Higgins

  • He won a career total of 28 ranking titles, placing him fourth on the all-time list behind O'Sullivan (37), Hendry (36), and John Higgins (30).Steve Davis-Wikipedia
  • In 2005 John Higgins, who competed with both players at their respective peaks, concurred, proclaiming O'Sullivan as "the best that's ever played the game".Stephen Hendry-Wikipedia
  • John Higgins had been particularly vocal in his opinion that World Snooker had not done enough to promote the game in new territories, particularly in Eastern Europe.World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association-Wikipedia
  • He reached his first world final in 2001, where he defeated John Higgins 18–14 to claim his first world title and reach number two in the world rankings.Ronnie O'Sullivan-Wikipedia
  • Williams reached his first World Championship final since 2003 facing his fellow 'Class of '92' member, John Higgins.Mark Williams (snooker player)-Wikipedia
  • He also produced a notable comeback in his semi-final match against John Higgins, coming from 10–14 down to win 17–15.Mark Williams (snooker player)-Wikipedia

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