A word about Martin Gould.
Sport is all about seizing your chance when it comes along. Gould has certainly done that.
There were encouraging signs when he finished off against Marco Fu with a break of 90 in the decider, rather than stumbling over the line.
But his performance against Neil Robertson has been sensational. He appears to be playing without nerves and enjoying himself fully.
Robertson, a little like John Higgins, has experienced the pressure of being a heavy favourite.
But he's also come up against someone playing career best snooker at the Crucible, something most players only dream of.
Credit to Gould. He's seen his opportunity and grabbed it with both hands.