He trailed Carter 2-0 and should have gone 3-0 behind, but roared back with breaks of 117, 44, 46, 97 and 65 to win six of the next eight frames. “I could have thrown my cue into the crowd at 2-0 down, but I kept focused,” said Higgins.
Snooker: Ronnie O’Sullivan and Judd Trump level after first session in their World Championship semi-final
The four-time champion led 4-1 in an absorbing contest, before Trump, the natural heir to O’Sullivan as the sport’s great crowd-pleaser, rattled off three frames in a row to draw level. So they will resume […]
For the second time in less than a fortnight, British racing said goodbye to an all-time great on Wednesday and, though the Flat and National Hunt racing could almost be different sports, the careers of […]
Ryan Moore has nominated St Nicholas Abbey as “the best horse in the race” ahead of Saturday’s King George VI Queen Elizabeth Stakes, despite the fact that he will be in opposition aboard the fancied […]