The German Masters was a professional ranking snooker tournament that took place from 26 to 30 January 2022. Trump won the tournament for the first time in 2020, beating Neil Robertson 9-6 in the final.
The competition will be the 10th positioning occasion of the 2021-22 snooker season and will be the sixteenth version of the German Masters, first held in 1995 as the 1995 German Open.
Date: 26 Jan 2022/30 Jan 2022
Where: Berlin, Tempodrom
Format: Ranking event
Total Prize Money: £400,000
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BildBet German Masters 2022 Draw
Judd Trump (ENG) vs Gao Yang (CHN)
Anthony McGill (SCO) vs Zhou Yuelong (CHN)
Tom Ford (ENG) vs Stephen Maguire (SCO)
Zhao Xintong (CHN) vs Mark Williams (WAL)
Kyren Wilson (ENG) vs Jimmy Robertson (ENG)
Michael Georgiou (CYP) vs Craig Steadman (ENG)
Zhang Anda (CHN) vs Luca Brecel (BEL)
Ricky Walden (ENG) vs Neil Robertson (AUS)
Andrew Higginson (ENG) vs Liang Wenbo (CHN)
Liam Highfield (ENG) vs Fan Zhengyi (CHN)
Lyu Haotian (CHN) vs Mark Allen (NIR)
Kurt Maflin (NOR) vs Shaun Murphy (ENG)
Noppon Saengkham (THA) vs Ryan Day (WAL)
Sam Craigie (ENG) vs Ken Doherty (IRL)
David Gilbert (ENG) vs Yan Bingtao (CHN)
Barry Pinches (ENG) vs Mark Selby (ENG)
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Judd Trump will be the defending champion after defeating Jack Lisowski 9–2 in the 2021 final. Thepchaiya Un-Nooh made a 147 break in the second frame of his first qualifying round match with Fan Zhengyi.
World number one Trump is aiming for his third consecutive title in this event having lifted the trophy in 2020 and 2021, but will face tough competition from the likes of World Champion Selby and former Crucible kings Williams, Murphy and Robertson.
2022 BildBet German Masters Prize Money
The event will feature a total prize fund of £400,000 with the winner receiving £80,000. The event will be the fifth of the "European Series" all sponsored by sports betting company BetVictor. The player accumulating the highest amount of prize money over the events will receive a bonus of £150,000.
- Winner: £80,000
- Runner-up: £35,000
- Semi-final: £20,000
- Quarter-final: £10,000
- Last 16: £5,000
- Last 32: £4,000
- Last 64: £3,000
- Highest break: £5,000