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Hawkins led 9—7 after the second session and 12—9 to stand one frame away of the win. In the next frame Hawkins was 60—0 ahead, before Fu made a 74 break to close out the match.
Anthony Hamilton came back from 4—2 and 5—3 down to send the match in to a deciding frame in which he feathered the white when well placed to hand Hawkins a chance for the match which he took.
Hawkins won a re-spotted black to make it 8—8 and then lost the deciding frame. He had a 5—2 advantage in his semi-final match against Joe Perry , before Perry secured the snooker he needed to reduce the lead to 5—3.
He made five century breaks to be 9—3 up on Ryan Day who then closed the gap to 9—7, before Hawkins took the next frame to win his third ranking title.
He lost 5—4 on the final black to Trump in the quarter-finals of the Welsh Open. Hawkins is naturally right-handed but plays with his cue left-handed.
However, if he has to use the rest, he switches the cue to his dominant hand right hand for better handling. Additionally, it allows him to aim better because his right eye is his objective eye.
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Four-time winner John Higgins reached the World Championship final for the seventh time, setting up a meeting with two-time champion Mark Williams.
Higgins also reached the showpiece in Sheffield last year, when he was beaten by world number one Mark Selby. Higgins, 42, or Williams, 43, will be the oldest winner since Welshman Ray Reardon, who was 45 when he triumphed in He did not even qualify in , and last reached the final 15 years ago, when he defeated Ken Doherty.
He almost retired last summer and did not win a ranking title for six years, but a late-career revival has seen him claim two events this season.
And his performances at the Crucible have been a throwback to the turn of the century - when he was world number one - stroking in incredible long pots in his calm and languid manner.
Williams had said earlier in the tournament that he would do his news conference naked if he won the trophy. Asked if he will keep his word, Williams said: I will have nothing on at all.
It is nearly 1am and he is fast asleep in bed. It is only two more days and I can give it one last push. It will be another mammoth final and a great match.
It is a fantastic feeling. He has won it twice before and I am going for my fifth. He is bald, I am grey, so it will be a mental final.
Hawkins held a lead going into the final session, helped by Williams missing a black off the spot with an opportunity to level. The Welshman did the same in the first frame of the final session, but it did not prove costly on this occasion as a break of 55 proved sufficient.
The Englishman missed the final red in both of the following frames, allowing Williams to level at