Who won 2014 Masters snooker?
Ronnie O’Sullivan describes winning his fifth Masters title as a “miracle” after defeating world number two Mark Selby 10-4 in the 2014 final. O’Sullivan won the first five frames and held a 7-1 lead at the end of the first session.
Who won the 2015 Masters snooker?
Shaun Murphy won his first Masters title, beating Neil Robertson 10–2 in the final, the biggest winning margin in a Masters final since Steve Davis whitewashed Mike Hallett 9–0 in 1988. In winning the title, Murphy became the tenth player to win all Triple Crown events at least once.
Who has won the most Masters Snooker Championships?
Ronnie O’Sullivan holds the record for the most Masters titles, having won the tournament seven times. Stephen Hendry has won six titles, Steve Davis, Cliff Thorburn, Paul Hunter and Mark Selby have won three, and Alex Higgins, Mark Williams, John Higgins and Neil Robertson have won two.
What is the prize money for snookers Masters?
Prize money Winner: £250,000. Runner-up: £100,000. Semi-finals: £60,000. Quarter-finals: £30,000.
Where did the 2014 Masters snooker take place?
2014 Masters (snooker) The 2014 Dafabet Masters was a professional non-ranking snooker tournament that took place between 12–19 January 2014 at the Alexandra Palace in London, England. This was the first time that Dafabet sponsored the event.
What was the prize money for the 2014 World Snooker Championship?
The total prize money for the 2014 World Snooker Championship was £1,214,000, a raise from the previous year’s £1,111,000. The winner received £300,000, an increase of £50,000 over the previous year. The breakdown of prize money for the 2014 event is shown below:
What snooker stars miss out on the World Championships?
^ a b c “Welsh snooker stars Mark Williams and Matthew Stevens miss out on World Championships”. WalesOnline. 15 April 2014. Archived from the original on 18 April 2014. Retrieved 20 April 2014. ^ Penman, Andrew (15 April 2014).
What was the name of the snooker tournament in Vienna 2014?
^ “Vienna Snooker Open 2014”. Archived from the original on 7 August 2014. Retrieved 7 August 2014. ^ “Pink Ribbon Snooker 2014”. The Capital Venue.