2021 Betfred Masters; Dates: 10-17 January Venue: Marshall Arena, Milton Keynes Coverage: Live on BBC TV, BBC iPlayer, Red Button, BBC Sport website and the BBC Sport app.
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2021 Betfred Masters; Tournament logo: Tournament information; Dates: 10–17 January 2021: Venue: Marshall Arena: City: Milton Keynes: Country: England: Organisation(s) World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association, World Snooker Tour: Format: Non-ranking event: Total prize fund: £725,000: Winner's share: £250,000: Highest break John Higgins (SCO) (145) Final; Champion
Masters snooker 2021 results: Yan Bingtao beats John Higgins in thrilling final The 2021 Betfred Masters took place in Milton Keynes this week with world No 1 Judd Trump absent due to COVID-19.
104-14 (54, 50), 1-100 (100), 0-108 (56), 131-0 (62, 69) Session 4: 70-28 (66), 48-73, 108-0 (68), 11-79 (58) 120-0 (120), 7-100 (100), 8-126 (103), 71-57. Referee: Paul Collier. Selby wins the World Championship for the fourth time. It's his 20th ranking win and third of the season.
‘I am really happy’: Hideki Matsuyama wins 2021 Masters, Leishman finishes fifth. Has anyone ever scored 155 in snooker? In 2004, Scottish player Jamie Burnett made the first recorded 148 in competition on his way to victory over Leo Fernandez in a UK Championship qualifying match in Prestatyn.
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WATCH GERMAN MASTERS SNOOKER STREAMED LIVE HERE (18+) German Masters Snooker 2021 Tournament Schedule. Wednesday January 27. Last 32. 9.30am 3 Kacper Filipiak 4-5 Ding Junhui 5 Shaun Murphy 4-5 Jamie O’Neill 8 Liang Wenbo 4-5 Jak Jones 11 Tom Ford 5-0 Yuan SiJun. 2pm 2 Duane Jones 1-5 Joe Perry 4 Dominic Dale 5-4 Stephen Maguire
Live Scores. Scores from ongoing and recently finished matches (4) in European Masters Qual. Last updated scores in bold. All times in CEST. European Masters Qual (27-31 Oct 2021) Q Rd 1 (9) David Lilley (a) 2. -.
Gloucestershire cueman Lisowski top scored with a break of 138 in today’s encounter. The 30-year-old is a six-time ranking event finalist, but is still searching for maiden silverware. Lisowski will be seeking to rectify that when he travels to Fürth in Germany for the final stages in February. Scotland’s world number 115 Fraser Patrick ...