The first month of the year represents one of the least busy, yet still provides us with our first major champion every twelve months.
Judd Trump produced a near faultless display to hammer Ronnie O’Sullivan 10-4 and win his first Masters title at the Alexandra Palace on Sunday.
Seven-time champion Ronnie O’Sullivan will face Judd Trump in the Masters final on Sunday at the Alexandra Palace in London.
The Masters semi-finals line-up was completed on Friday after victories for Judd Trump and Neil Robertson at the Alexandra Palace in London.
There are only a couple of days to go until the 2019 Masters snooker finalists take to the Alexandra Palace stage to do battle in London.
Ronnie O’Sullivan and Ding Junhui became the first two players to book their spots in the Masters semi-final on Thursday in London.
It’s all to play for at the Alexandra Palace as eight contenders remain in hunt for glory at the Masters quarter-final stage in London.
You don’t often see heated rivalries in snooker but the escalating one between Judd Trump and Kyren Wilson is currently simmering nicely.
Ding Junhui won only his second match at the Masters in eight years with a comfortable 6-1 victory over Jack Lisowski on Monday in London.
Mark Allen begins his defence of the prestigious Masters at the Alexandra Palace on Sunday with a first round tie against Luca Brecel.