- Mark Williams and Judd Trump also in the last four
- O’Sullivan moves step closer to seventh world title
John Higgins survived a final-frame decider against Jack Lisowski to book his place in the World Snooker Championship semi-finals and seal a historic achievement for the fabled “Class of 92”.
After earlier wins for Ronnie O’Sullivan and Mark Williams, Higgins’s 13-12 success marks the first time since 1999 that the trio – who all turned professional 30 years ago – have reached the last four at the Crucible.
Written by PA Media
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