Higgins has succeeded in the maximum result of his career now twelve times.
Snooker The British Open, one of the ranking tournaments, started staggering on Monday. Four-time World Champion of Scotland John Higgins made a complete series of strokes in his opening round, ie he caught maximum points 147.
“I was trying to win a lot and I’m not doing anything stupid,” Higgins, 46, said in an interview with the World Snooker Tour.
For Higgins, the “maximum break” was the twelfth of his career. At the same time, Higgins came in second on the list of maximum results Stephen Hendrynwith 11 maximum results. Number one is Ronnie O’Sullivan, with 15 maximum results.
In total, snooker tournaments have now made a total of 167 maximum results, or 147 points. 147 points are required to bag all the balls in succession in a certain order.
In his opening match, Higgins won Alexander Ursenbacher 3-1.