The German Masters enters the final weekend following a lively week in Berlin.


Shaun Murphy, Mark Selby and world champion Luca Brecel are three of the biggest exits following disappointing first-round performances, while Barry Hawkins was dumped out of the competition on Wednesday morning.

Reigning champion Ali Carter and one-year ranking leader Judd Trump remain in the hunt, while Mark Allen remains among the top contenders.

Ronnie O'Sullivan has withdrawn from the competition based on "health and wellbeing" grounds, and players will seek to exploit his absence following his outrageous form in 2023/24 so far.

Fans in mainland Europe will be delighted to see most of their heroes in action, with plenty to play for in the latter half of the season - as thoughts begin to turn towards the World Championships in the spring.

More like this brings you the daily schedule and order of play for the German Masters 2024.

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German Masters 2024 schedule: Order of play

All UK time.

Friday 2nd February

From 2pm (discovery+/Eurosport)

Quarter-finals: John Higgins v Judd Trump

Quarter-finals: Ryan Day v Si Jiahui

From 7pm (discovery+/Eurosport)

Quarter-finals: Ali Carter v Sam Craigie

Quarter-finals: Kyren Wilson v Fan Zhengyi

Saturday 3rd February

From 1pm (discovery+/Eurosport)

Semi-final 1

From 7pm (discovery+/Eurosport)

Semi-finals 2

Sunday 4th February

From 1pm and 7pm (discovery+/Eurosport)


How to watch German Masters 2024 on TV and live stream

Coverage of the German Masters will be extensively shown across Eurosport and discovery+, with a range of options available to choose from.

Eurosport TV channels and discovery+ will show most of their live coverage from 2pm and 7pm throughout the tournament, with some morning sessions also broadcast during the opening stages and some fluctuations in timings throughout the week. Check out the schedule above for details.

discovery+ Standard costs £6.99 per month or £59.99 per year and includes all live sport on Eurosport, including the German Masters.

Alternatively, the discovery+ Premium monthly pass costs £29.99 and offers all live sport across Eurosport and TNT Sports (formerly BT Sport) platforms, including Premier League and European football, as well as UFC, motorsport and more.

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