If ever snooker needed a great world final it was this year so let's hope Graeme Dott and Neil Robertson can provide it.
Dotty exemplifies the best qualities in the sport: determination, hard work and an iron will to win.
He's arguably played the best snooker of the tournament and has certainly been more fluent than when he landed the Crucible title in 2006.
Robertson's game is allied to unshakable self belief in his own abilities. He has made many sacrificies, including leaving his family to live on the other side of the world.
They can be rightly proud of his achievements.
You can read my pre-tournament preview about him here.
Robertson has noticeably slowed down in the last year or so. He needs to make sure he isn't dragged into a grind because Dott, although he has played quickly this year, can scrap it out if he has to, as he proved against Mark Selby last night.
I think it will be a close match and hopefully one that snooker fans will enjoy and that will present the sport in a positive light to the wider world.