Yan Bingtao beat John Higgins in the final of the 2021 edition of the Masters. His defence fell at the first hurdle against two-time champion Mark Williams. John Higgins headlined Monday's coverage, pitting his wits against Zhao Xintong.
After some brilliant snooker, and epic moments in the crowd at Alexandra Palace, the Masters has reached the showpiece moment. Neil Robertson takes on Barry Hawkins for the Paul Hunter Trophy.
Where can I watch the Masters?
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The Masters is live on Eurosport, the Eurosport App, Eurosport.com and discovery+
What is the format?
The Masters is an invitational tournament for the top 16 players in the world. There are, therefore, eight first-round matches player over the first four days followed two days of quarters and then the semi-finals and final are played over Saturday and Sunday. All matches are best-of-11 until the final which is best-of-19.
Schedule and results
Masters (9-16 Jan 2022)
Sun 9 Jan
- 13:00 - Yan Bingtao  4-6 Mark J Williams 
- 19:00 - Neil Robertson  6-3 Anthony McGill 
Mon 10 Jan
- 13:00 - John Higgins  6-2 Zhao Xintong 
- 19:00 - Shaun Murphy  2-6 Barry Hawkins 
Tue 11 Jan
- 13:00 - Ronnie O'Sullivan  6-1 Jack Lisowski 
- 19:00 - Mark Selby  6-3 Stephen Maguire 
Wed 12 Jan
- 13:00 - Judd Trump  6-5 Mark Allen 
- 19:00 - Kyren Wilson  6-5 Stuart Bingham 
Thu 13 Jan
- 13:00 - Neil Robertson 6-4 Ronnie O'Sullivan
- 19:00 - Mark Williams 6-5 John Higgins
Fri 14 Jan
- 13:00 - Judd Trump 6-1 Kyren Wilson
- 19:00 - Barry Hawkins 6-1 Mark Selby
Sat 15 Jan
- 13:00 - Mark Williams 5-6 Neil Robertson
- 19:00 - Judd Trump 5-6 Barry Hawkins
Sun 16 Jan
- 13:00 + 19:00 - Neil Robertson 10-4 Barry Hawkins
Stream the Masters live and on demand on discovery+.
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