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  • After beating Ronnie O'Sullivan 17–13 in their semi-final, he emerged a convincing 18–11 winner over future three-time World Champion Mark Williams.Stephen Hendry-Wikipedia
  • Higgins would also reach the final of the 2018 World Snooker Championship – his 7th World Championship final – where he would once again lose, this time to Mark Williams.John Higgins-Wikipedia
  • He similarly recovered from 2–5 down in his semi-final with Mark Williams but lost 5–6.Jimmy White-Wikipedia
  • During the 1987–88 season, he became the first player to win all three Triple Crown events in a single season, a feat that only two other players (Hendry and Mark Williams) have emulated.Steve Davis-Wikipedia
  • Ken also reached the World Championship final in 1998 (losing to John Higgins) and in 2003, losing narrowly to Mark Williams.Ken Doherty-Wikipedia
  • It would be another forty years before a quadragenarian won the title again, as Mark Williams won the 2018 championship aged forty-three.World Snooker Championship-Wikipedia

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