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Betfred World Championship . Tour: Main Tour; ... Notes: See also results ... Higgins went 9-5 up after stealing frame 14 on the black after needing a snooker. 6:
Masters snooker 2021 results: Yan Bingtao beats John Higgins in thrilling final The 2021 Betfred Masters took place in Milton Keynes this week with world No 1 Judd Trump absent due to COVID-19.
The 2021 Betfred Masters Dates: 10-17 January Venue: Marshall Arena, Milton Keynes Coverage: Watch live on BBC TV, BBC iPlayer, BBC Red Button, BBC Sport website and the BBC Sport app. Highlights ...
Leading 5–0, Gilbert was unable to complete a whitewash, as Perry won frame six with a break of 73 and frame seven with a century break. However, Gilbert won the match 6–2 after a break of 54. Defending Masters champion Stuart Bingham met Thepchaiya Un-Nooh, who was making his debut at the event.
Betfred Masters – Mystic McManus Friday 8 Jan 2021 03:08PM With the Betfred Masters kicking off on Sunday, we’ve consulted top pundit, current world number 50 and 1994 Masters champion Alan McManus to look ahead to the opening round encounters.
PREVIEW: 2021 Betfred Masters. Welcome to the 2021 Masters, now sponsored by Betfred! Before we can talk about its history, the lineup, etc. we must talk about the venue change. World Snooker confirmed that the Masters would move from Alexandra Palace to the Marshall Arena in Milton Keynes for the first time since 2012.
Betfred Masters – Mystic McManus. January 8, 2021 World Snooker. With the Betfred Masters kicking off on Sunday, we’ve consulted top pundit, current world number 50 and 1994 Masters champion Alan McManus to look ahead to the opening round encounters. Here’s Alan’s predictions and thoughts on how the matches could pan out….
Stuart Bingham is the defending champion after he defeated Ali Carter 10-8 in last year’s final. Ronnie O’Sullivan holds the record for the most Masters titles, having won the tournament seven times, and returns to the line-up after skipping last year’s event.