2007 World Snooker Championship

2007 World Snooker Championship

The 2007 888.com World Snooker Championship professional ranking snooker tournament began on 21 April and ran until 7 May 2007 (with the final continuing into the early hours of 8 May) at the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield.

Graeme Dott was the defending champion, but lost in the first round against 7–10 against Ian McCulloch and became another World Champion, who fell to the Crucible curse and could not defend his first World title.

John Higgins won his second World title, by defeating qualifier Mark Selby 18–13 in the final.

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