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How to watch Masters snooker 2022: TV channel and live stream

Your complete guide to how to watch the Masters snooker 2022 on TV and live stream, including full schedule and broadcast details.

Masters snooker 2022
Published: Sunday, 16th January 2022 at 12:53 pm

The Masters 2022 reaches an exciting conclusion today, with the final taking place at Alexandra Palace.

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After defeating Mark Williams in yesterday's semi-final, Australian player Neil Robertson will be taking on eleventh seed Barry Hawkins this afternoon.

Robertson has dominated the competition so far, beating four-time World Champion John Higgins and top seed Yan Bingtao earlier in the week.

RadioTimes.com brings you everything you need to know to enjoy watching the tournament, including times and schedule.

How to watch the Masters snooker 2022 on TV and live stream

Coverage of the Masters snooker 2022 is exclusively available live on BBC TV and online platforms.

BBC Two will show the bulk of the coverage, with play shifting across to the BBC Red Button later in the evening sessions. BBC One will showcase some of the semi-final coverage.

All of the action is also available to stream via BBC iPlayer so you can keep track of the action on the move via a range of devices.

Masters snooker 2022 schedule

Final: Sunday 16th January

When is the Masters snooker 2022?

The Masters snooker 2022 started on Sunday 9th January, 2022.

The final takes place on Sunday 16th January, 2022.

Masters snooker 2022 prize money

There's a hefty prize pot on offer for the Masters. Here's the full rundown:

  • Winner: £250,000
  • Runner-up: £100,000
  • Semi-finalists: £60,000
  • Quarter-finalists: £30,000
  • Last 16: £15,000
  • Total: £750,000

Who won the Masters snooker in 2021?

Yan Bingtao is the reigning Masters snooker champion after enjoying a terrific run through the rounds in 2021.

He arrived as the No.12 seed but dispatched No.4 Neil Robertson in his opening gambit to set the tone for the rest of the week.

Bingtao went on to defeat Stephen Maguire and 2020 champion Bingham before toppling John Higgins 10-8 in the final.

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