Tag: German Masters

German Masters Continues to Surprise

The German Masters continued to spring up surprises on Friday as the four remaining contenders booked their semi-final spots in Berlin. Effectively since the conclusion of last year’s edition and staging of the Welsh Open, it has become customary for ranking events to feature unexpected competitors at the business end[Read More…]

Seeds Stumble in Berlin

Thursday in the German Masters proved to be a much busier affair than what came the day prior in Berlin. While Wednesday had featured four whitewash wins, the second day of action at the Tempodrom saw three matches dramatically go the distance while the higher seeds also continued to tumble out[Read More…]

German Masters Preview

The German Masters gets under way on Wednesday at the Tempodrom in Berlin. This ranking event has become one of the favourites for both players and fans alike since its return to the calendar in 2011. The wonderful venue which has a capacity of 2500, coupled with the German fans who[Read More…]

Stars Stumble in German Qualifiers

Ronnie O’Sullivan and John Higgins both lost their final qualifying matches for the German Masters in Wigan on Sunday. 2014 champion Ding Junhui is also out, adding to the early exit already suffered by Neil Robertson on Friday. O’Sullivan had just returned from his self-inflicted hiatus and it was expected[Read More…]

Mark Selby beats Jimmy White

Selby Survives Morris Match

Mark Selby qualified for the German Masters after overcoming a difficult match with David Morris in Wigan on Saturday. The world no.1 was pushed hard by the Irishman and at 3-3 his progress to the main stages looked in doubt. However, the defending champion made a break of 61 to[Read More…]