Andre147 PGC wrote:Snooker Overdrive wrote:Overall this tournament was a success for Ronnie. He turned up, he had the right attitude, made a couple of centuries and reached the semi final. Not bad.
Yeah that's the way we have to look at it, but still his streak of recent losses against Higgins hurt a lot more whereas had he faced another opponent in the semi and lost wouldn't have been so bad, but anyway..
Like I said, hope he plays in more events and gets his revenge on Higgins, a Major match encounter would be even more tasty.
True. If he had lost to someone like Mark Davis or Barry Hawkins I wouldn't have minded but Higgins
Every streak ends sometime. And Ronnie is far too good to not beat Higgins anytime soon. Also if he had had just a little bit of luck in that 3. frame we now would be talking about Ronnie being the unstoppable force in snooker.
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