Masters Snooker 2016

Masters Snooker is a second longest running tournament after World Championship. The Masters Snooker tournament is held annually since 1975 and one of the Triple Crown events. The Masters Snooker tour is a non ranking event but considered as the prestigious tournaments in snooker. The Snooker Masters is scheduled to take place from 11th January to 17th January 2016 and venue at Alexandra Palace in London.

Masters Snooker Prize Money: Master price money is total of 600,000 pounds with the winner’s share of 200,000 pounds with the current champion Shaun Murphy.

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2016 Masters (Snooker)

Last 16
Best of 11 frames

Shaun Murphy 4
Mark Allen 6

Barry Hawkins 6
Joe Perry 3

Judd Trump 6
Stephen Maguire 4

Neil Robertson 6
Marco Fu 0

Mark Selby 6
Ricky Walden 0

Ronnie O'Sullivan  6
Mark Williams 5

John Higgins 6
Liang Wenbo 4

Stuart Bingham 6
Ding Junhui 4

 

 

 

 


 







 

 




 

 




Quarter-finals
Best of 11 frames

 

 

 

Mark Allen 2
Barry Hawkins 6

 

 

 

 

Judd Trump 6
Neil Robertson 5








 Mark Selby 3
Ronnie O'Sullivan 6






John Higgins 3
Stuart Bingham 6

 

 

 

 




















Semi-finals
Best of 11 frames









Barry Hawkins 6
Judd Trump 4

 

 















Ronnie O'Sullivan 6
Stuart Bingham 5

 

 

 

 

 









Final
Best of 19 frames





 

 













Barry Hawkins 1
Ronnie O'Sullivan 10

Final

Final: Best of 19 frames. Referee: Olivier Marteel.
Alexandra Palace, London, England, 17 January 2016.
Barry Hawkins (8)
England
1–10 Ronnie O'Sullivan (6)
England
Afternoon: 66–50, 8–97 (70), 0–136 (136), 49–73 (52), 28–72, 36–64, 17–77 (77), 13–72 (72)
Evening: 39–58, 0–92 (66), 0–82 (82)
48 Highest break 136
0 Century breaks 1
0 50+ breaks 7

 

2015 Masters (Snooker)

  • Date: 11-18 Jan 2015
  • Venue: Alexandra Palace
  • London: England
  • Type: Invitational

2015 Masters Snooker Facts

Tournament Information
Dates 11–18 January 2015
Venue Alexandra Palace
City London
Country England
Organisation(s) WPBSA
Format Non-ranking event
Winner's share £200,000
Defending Champion Ronnie O'Sullivan (England)

Masters Snooker Facts

Venue Alexandra Palace
Location London
Country England
Established 1975
Organisation(s) World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association
Format Non-ranking event
Total prize fund £600,000
Current champion(s) Ronnie O'Sullivan

2015 Masters Snooker Prize Money

  • Total Prize Fund : £600,000
  • Winner: £200,000
  • Runner-up: £90,000
  • Semi-finals: £50,000
  • Quarter-finals: £25,000
  • Last 16: £12,500
  • Highest break: £10,000

Masters Snooker 2015 Main Draw

Last 16
Best of 11 frames
11–14 January

Ronnie O'Sullivan 6
Ricky Walden 4

Stuart Bingham 3
Marco Fu 6

Barry Hawkins 1
Ali Carter 6

Neil Robertson 6
Robert Milkins 4

Ding Junhui 3
Joe Perry 6

Mark Allen 6
John Higgins 4

Judd Trump 4
Stephen Maguire 6

Mark Selby 5
Shaun Murphy 6















Quarter-finals
Best of 11 frames
15–16 January


Ronnie O'Sullivan 6
Marco Fu 1




Ali Carter 1
Neil Robertson 6




Joe Perry 4
Mark Allen 6





Stephen Maguire 4
Shaun Murphy 6













Semi-finals
Best of 11 frames
17 January





Ronnie O'Sullivan 1
Neil Robertson 6










Mark Allen 2
Shaun Murphy 6









Final
Best of 19 frames
18 January











Neil Robertson 2
Shaun Murphy 10

Masters Snooker 2015 Final

Final: Best of 19 frames.
Alexandra Palace, London, England, 18 January 2015.
Neil Robertson (4)
Australia
2-10 Shaun Murphy (11)
England
Afternoon: 6-70 (64), 53-66, 0-127 (127), 24-77 (76), 32-80, 80-0 (80), 0-70 (69), 69-49
Evening: 55-57 (Robertson 51), 0-127 (127), 13-73, 7-83 (60)
80 Highest Break 127
0 Century Breaks 2
2 50+ Breaks 6

2014 Masters Snooker

Dates:12-19 January, 2014

Venue: Alexandra Palace

City: London

Country: England

Organisation(s): WPBSA

Format: Non-ranking event

Total prize fund: £600,000

Winner's share: £200,000

Prize Money:

  • Winner: £200,000
  • Runner-up: £90,000
  • Semi-finals: £50,000
  • Quarter-finals: £25,000
  • Last 16: £12,500
  • Highest break: £10,000
  • Total: £600,000

Main Draw

Last 16
Best of 11 frames

Mark Selby 6
Mark Davis 5

Stuart Bingham 2
John Higgins 6

Judd Trump 5
Marco Fu 6

Ding Junhui 4
Shaun Murphy 6

Neil Robertson 6
Mark Allen 5

StephenMaguire 6
Joe Perry 4

Barry Hawkins 5
Ricky Walden 6

RonnieO'Sullivan 6
Robert Milkins 1















Quarter-finals
Best of 11 frames

 

Mark Selby 6
John Higgins 5





Marco Fu 4
Shaun Murphy 6




Neil Robertson 2
StephenMaguire 6




Ricky Walden 0
RonnieO'Sullivan 6













Semi-finals
Best of 11 frames






Mark Selby 6
Shaun Murphy 1











Stephen Maguire 2
RonnieO'Sullivan 6










Final
Best of 19 frames













Mark Selby 4
RonnieO'Sullivan 10

Final

Final: Best of 19 frames
Alexandra Palace, London, England, 19 January 2014

Mark Selby (1)

4-10 Ronnie O'Sullivan (2)
Afternoon: 0–97 (97), 14–70 (70), 0–102 (96), 43–72, 9–84, 64–53 (O'Sullivan 53), 56–63, 37–71
Evening: 0–91 (90), 63–61, 67–27 (67), 23–60, 76–0 (67), 25–80 (72)
67 Highest break 97
0 Century breaks 0
2 50+ breaks 6

Masters Snooker Past Champions

# Year Champion Nat F A Runner-Up Nat Type Season
1. 2015                
2. 2014 Ronnie O'Sullivan ENG 10 4 Mark Selby ENG Inv 2013/2014
3. 2013 Mark Selby ENG 10 6 Neil Robertson AUS Inv 2012/2013
4. 2012 Neil Robertson AUS 10 6 Shaun Murphy ENG Inv 2011/2012
5. 2011 Ding Junhui CHI 10 4 Marco Fu HKG Inv 2010/2011
6. 2010 Mark Selby ENG 10 9 Ronnie O'Sullivan ENG Inv 2009/2010
7. 2009 Ronnie O'Sullivan ENG 10 8 Mark Selby ENG Inv 2008/2009
8. 2008 Mark Selby ENG 10 3 Stephen Lee ENG Inv 2007/2008
9. 2007 Ronnie O'Sullivan ENG 10 3 Ding Junhui CHI Inv 2006/2007
10. 2006 John Higgins SCO 10 9 Ronnie O'Sullivan ENG Inv 2005/2006
11. 2005 Ronnie O'Sullivan ENG 10 3 John Higgins SCO Inv 2004/2005
12. 2004 Paul Hunter ENG 10 9 Ronnie O'Sullivan ENG Inv 2003/2004
13. 2003 Mark J Williams WAL 10 4 Stephen Hendry SCO Inv 2002/2003
14. 2002 Paul Hunter ENG 10 9 Mark J Williams WAL Inv 2001/2002
15. 2001 Paul Hunter ENG 10 9 Fergal O'Brien IRE Inv 2000/2001
16. 2000 Matthew Stevens WAL 10 8 Ken Doherty IRE Inv 1999/2000
17. 1999 John Higgins SCO 10 8 Ken Doherty IRE Inv 1998/1999
18. 1998 Mark J Williams WAL 10 9 Stephen Hendry SCO Inv 1997/1998
19. 1997 Steve Davis ENG 10 8 Ronnie O'Sullivan ENG Inv 1996/1997
20. 1996 Stephen Hendry SCO 10 5 Ronnie O'Sullivan ENG Inv 1995/1996
21. 1995 Ronnie O'Sullivan ENG 9 3 John Higgins SCO Inv 1994/1995
22. 1994 Alan McManus SCO 9 8 Stephen Hendry SCO Inv 1993/1994
23. 1993 Stephen Hendry SCO 9 5 James Wattana THA Inv 1992/1993
24. 1992 Stephen Hendry SCO 9 4 John Parrott ENG Inv 1991/1992
25. 1991 Stephen Hendry SCO 9 8 Mike Hallett ENG Inv 1990/1991
26. 1990 Stephen Hendry SCO 9 4 John Parrott ENG Inv 1989/1990
27. 1989 Stephen Hendry SCO 9 6 John Parrott ENG Inv 1988/1989
28. 1988 Steve Davis ENG 9 0 Mike Hallett ENG Inv 1987/1988
29. 1987 Dennis Taylor NIR 9 8 Alex Higgins NIR Inv 1986/1987
30. 1986 Cliff Thorburn CAN 9 5 Jimmy White ENG Inv 1985/1986
31. 1985 Cliff Thorburn CAN 9 6 Doug Mountjoy WAL Inv 1984/1985
32. 1984 Jimmy White ENG 9 5 Terry Griffiths WAL Inv 1983/1984
33. 1983 Cliff Thorburn CAN 9 7 Ray Reardon WAL Inv 1982/1983
34. 1982 Steve Davis ENG 9 5 Terry Griffiths WAL Inv 1981/1982
35. 1981 Alex Higgins NIR 9 6 Terry Griffiths WAL Inv 1980/1981
36. 1980 Terry Griffiths WAL 9 5 Alex Higgins NIR Inv 1979/1980
37. 1979 Perrie Mans SAF 8 4 Alex Higgins NIR Inv 1978/1979
38. 1978 Alex Higgins NIR 7 5 Cliff Thorburn CAN Inv 1977/1978
39. 1977 Doug Mountjoy WAL 7 6 Ray Reardon WAL Inv 1976/1977
40. 1976 Ray Reardon WAL 7 3 Graham Miles ENG Inv 1975/1976
41 1975 John Spencer ENG 9 8 Ray Reardon WAL Inv 1974/1975