I don't deserve to be in final - Allen says he has shown tournament 'disrespect'
Northern Ireland's Mark Allen says his place in Sunday's Scottish Open final is "undeserved" following a week of too much drinking at the Glasgow event.Allen, 32, fought back from 4-0 and 5-2 down to clinch a 6-5 semi-final win over Welshman Daniel Wells but then lambasted his own approach this week."I don't deserve to be in the final the way I've treated the tournament this week," Allen told Eurosport.The world number six added that he had "disrespected" the world ranking event.Allen could only manage a top break of 24 in the opening four frames in Saturday's match as Neath native Wells, playing in his first ranking semi-final, punished a succession of misses by the world number six.Instead of going to the practice table, the Masters champion opted to have a couple of drinks during the interval and he seemed a different player in the closing seven frames as the nerves began to build in world number 66 Wells."I had a couple of drinks at the interval and felt a bit better after it because I was really struggling out there," added last week's beaten UK Championship finalist."Last night was theRead More