How to watch Hong Kong Masters snooker 2022: TV channel and live stream
Your complete guide to how to watch the Hong Kong Masters 2022 snooker tournament on TV and live stream, including full schedule and broadcast details.
It's the final day of this year's Hong Kong Masters, and there's evidently a palpable excitement around the event as over 9,000 tickets have been bought, making the final a complete sell out.
It's no surprise - today's final is sure to be a tense one, as the current world champion, England's Ronnie O'Sullivan, goes up against Hong Kong's own Marco Fu.
This match-up follows a tense round of semi-finals in which Fu at one point trailed his opponent John Higgins by 4-2. Fu then went on to score a 147 maximum break in the deciding frame, securing his place in the final against O'Sullivan, who had entered the competition as top seed.
Meanwhile O'Sullivan beat his opponent Neil Robertson 6-4, in a gripping rematch after Robertson beat O'Sullivan 6-3 in this very tournament the last time it was held, back in 2017.
The long pause is finally over and British snooker fans have been braving some early mornings and sacrificing lunch breaks this week to catch their stars in action.
But just what time does the final match start later today?
RadioTimes.com brings you everything you need to know to enjoy watching the Hong Kong Masters 2022 snooker tournament.
When is the Hong Kong Masters 2022?
The Hong Kong Masters 2022 starts on Thursday 6th October 2022.
The eight-man event culminates in the final on Sunday 9th October 2022.
How to watch Hong Kong Masters 2022 on TV and live stream
You can stream every match of the Hong Kong Masters live and on-demand via discovery+. Their Entertainment & Sport plan is available for just £6.99 a month.
discovery+ is also available through Amazon Prime Video, meaning there are more ways to keep track of the biggest snooker stars in Hong Kong than ever before.
This grants complete access to every live stream and every match across the tournament to come.
Hong Kong Masters TV schedule today
Sunday 9th October
Fu v O'Sullivan
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