Masters snooker 2020 Dates, times, prize money

The 2020 Pros is a continuing skilled non-ranking snooker championship. It takes place between 12 and 19 January 2020 in the Alexandra Palace in London, England. Three-time Experts Winner Mark Selby Experienced a surprise defeat on Ali Carter from the Very First round of This 20 20 Championship in London.

Ali Carter has been a replacement for Ronnie O’Sullivan, that decided never to play with at the championship, also headed 3 1 just before falling 43 powering. However, he even won three glasses at a row to maintain a 64 success to expel champion, Selby. The Chinese participant came in nice shape having won the united kingdom Championship at York 30 days, however even though having a 135 fracture in framework, he also had been not beforehand.

Masters snooker 2020 Dates

Dates: 12-19 January

Venue: Alexandra Palace, London

Englishman Perry, the entire range 16 who attained the closing with the affair in 20 17, was overly persistent and fractures of 71, 9-3 and eighty-three procured victory. World Snooker mentioned’personal motives’ to get O’Sullivan’s lack, although the celebrity contested the announcement, asserting he only”simply didn’t need to play with it this year”

Lots of names out of the area of snooker continue to be from the framework and are searched to get a go in Trump as well as also the name.

Masters 2020 schedule

Tuesday 14th January – First round

Judd Trump vs Shaun Murphy

1:00pm (BBC2)

1:00 pm (Eurosport 2)

John Higgins v Barry Hawkins

6:45 pm (Eurosport 2)

Wednesday 15th January – First round

Kyren Wilson vs Jack Lisowski

1:00pm (BBC2)

1:00 pm (Eurosport 2)

Mark Williams v Stuart Bingham

6:45 pm (Eurosport 2)

Thursday 16th January – Quarter-finals

1:00pm and 7:00pm (BBC2)

1:00pm and 6:45pm (Eurosport 2)

Friday 17th January – Quarter-finals


1:00pm and 6:45pm (Eurosport 2)

Saturday 18th January – Semi-finals


1:00pm and 6:45pm (Eurosport 2)

Sunday 19th January – Final


1:00pm and 6:45pm (Eurosport 2)

Masters 2020 prize money

Winner: £250,000

Runner-up: £100,000

Semi-finals: £60,000

Quarter-finals: £30,000

Last 16: £15,000

Highest break: £15,000

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