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Snooker Masters 2020

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Snooker Masters 2020

Snooker Masters 2020, the second of three Triple Crown events is a famous tournament that is also known as Dafabet Masters 2020, which will occur between 12th and 19th January 2020. The venue for this championship is fixed in London, the capital city of England for the 46th time.

On 20 January, 2019, Judd Trump became the champion of Snooker Masters championship, after defeating his opponent Ronnie O'Sullivan with scores 10–4. It was O'Sullivan's heaviest defeat in his 13 Masters finals. Following 2019's format, the 2020 event will also feature top 16 professional snooker players as per the world rankings. After the UK Snooker Championship 2020 is over, it will be the second snooker tournament that the snooker lovers will be waiting eagerly for. The defending champion of Snooker Masters Judd Trump is bracketed as the topmost snooker player; while the winner of World Championship 2019 tournament will be given the second ranking. All the other positions of the snooker players will be decided according to their present world rankings after the last UK Championship.

These 16 snooker players for Snooker Masters 2020 will be drawn from the best of 11 frames’ while the Final will be judged from the best of 19 frames. The Final of this tournament will be held on the afternoon of 19th January 2020 in Alexandra Palace of London.

Despite the fact that the tournament is still a year ago; there is still a huge madness noticed among the snooker lovers for this tournament. Which is easily evident from the fast sale of all the tickets of this tournament, as tickets for the final have already sold out. Demand this year has reached unprecedented levels with many sessions sold out for Alexandra Palace’s 2,000 seat arena. This year there were only five sessions out of 16 which did not sell out so it is anticipated that the 2020 Masters could be the first to completely sell out.

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