It’s just soul-destroying
Former world champion John Higgins had some choice words for his performance despite advancing to the UK championship fourth round – adamant he never thought he would play so badly.
Higgins, a three-time UK champion, sealed passage out of round three with a defeat of fellow Scot Jamie Burnett 6-4 at the Barbican Centre on Monday afternoon.
The 38-year-old came from 4-3 down to win three straight frames in York and claim the match in which neither player was at their fluid best.
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