The most prestigious invitational in snooker returns as the top 16 vie for Masters glory at Alexandra Palace, and you can follow all the latest results and fixtures here.
The star-studded tournament sees the world’s top 16 ranked stars competing from January 13-20 for £600,000 in prize money and the iconic Paul Hunter Trophy.
An ever-present on the snooker calendar since 1975, the Masters has provided some of the most iconic moments in the sport’s history and its 45th staging looks set to be as enthralling as ever.
Northern Ireland’s Mark Allen claimed the title for the first time last year by defeating Kyren Wilson 10-7 in the final.
Ronnie O’Sullivan holds the record for the most Masters titles, having won the tournament seven times, and will be out to pick up from where he left off in last month’s UK Championship.
World number one Mark Selby is on the hunt for a fourth Masters title, while John Higgins and Mark Williams have both lifted this trophy on two previous occasions.
Other former champions in this year’s line-up include Shaun Murphy, winner here in 2015, and 2011 champion Ding Junhui, while Jack Lisowski is the sole debutant in the field.
The tournament runs from January 13-20 at London’s Alexandra Palace, with all matches up to and including the Semi-Finals contested over the best of 11 frames and the final best of 19.
Masters Snooker 2019 Tournament Schedule
Sunday January 13
1 Mark Allen 5-6 Luca Brecel
3 John Higgins 5-6 Ryan Day
Monday January 14
4 Ronnie O’Sullivan 6-2 Stuart Bingham
2 Ding Junhui 6-1 Jack Lisowski
Tuesday January 15
8 Mark Williams 3-6 Neil Robertson
7 Barry Hawkins 6-2 Shaun Murphy
Wednesday January 16
6 Judd Trump 6-2 Kyren Wilson
5 Mark Selby 6-2 Stephen Maguire
Thursday January 17
10 Ryan Day 2-6 Ronnie O’Sullivan
9 Luca Brecel 5-6 Ding Junhui
Friday January 18
11 Mark Selby 2-6 Judd Trump
12 Barry Hawkins 3-6 Neil Robertson
Saturday January 19
13 Ding Junhui 3-6 Ronnie O’Sullivan
14 Judd Trump 6-4 Neil Robertson
Sunday January 20
1pm & 7pm
Ronnie O’Sullivan 4-10 Judd Trump
Semi-Final losers: £50,000
Quarter-Final losers: £25,000
Last 16 losers: £12,500
Highest break: £10,000