Tuesday, 22 November 2011

German Masters 2012 Draw

Here is German Masters 2012 Draw, which runs from 1-5 February, 2012 in Berlin. Mark Williams is the defending champion of the tournament this year, beating Mark Selby 9-7 in the final. German Masters Qualifers will be played in World Snooker Academy from November 21-25, 2011
Updated: German Masters 2012 Results/Draw, Live Streaming & Match/TV Schedule

Williams was the winner
*Live streaming for qualifiers (2 tables): 
Table 1: http://www.sportlemon.tv/v-2/12/124/v-332494.html 
Table 2: http://www.sportlemon.tv/v-2/12/124/v-332551.html
[Go to http://www.sportlemon.tv/ if the links do not work --> find 'German Masters Snooker 2012 (Table 1/2)' OR Live Scores from World Snooker]

Match Schedule and Results of Qualifers:

Upper draw:
Last 32
Last 16
Mark Williams v
Ken Doherty/WC1

Stuart Bingham v
Peter Ebdon
Stephen Lee v
Adrian Gunnell/WC2

Ding Junhui v
Yu Delu/WC3
Ali Carter v
Joe Perry

Ronnie O'Sullivan v
Andrew Higginson
Matthew Stevens v
Mike Dunn/WC4

Neil Robertson v
Marcus Campbell

Williams may meet Stuart Bingham in the last 16 again after their ranking final in Australia this July, which Williams lost the match 8-9 from 8-5 up. Ronnie O'Sullivan did not participate in the tournament last season, if he makes through to the next round he may face The Captain Ali Carter. Neil Robertson was out in the first round to Anthony Hamilton with regret last season, will he win his first match in Berlin this time?

Mark Selby v
Liu Song/WC5

Graeme Dott v
James Wattana/WC6
Martin Gould v
Ricky Walden

Shaun Murphy v
Barry Hawkins
Judd Trump v
Paul Davison/WC7

Mark Allen v
Tom Ford/WC8
Stephen Maguire v
Ryan Day 

John Higgins v
Mark Davis

Mark Selby v Graeme Dott was the semi-finals of the event last season, it may happen again in the last 16. Judd Trump against Mark Allen will be a great entertainer if they both through to last 16. The latest Power Snooker winner Martin Gould may make his debut in Berlin this season.

All matches before semi-finals are all in best of 9 (including qualifiers), semi-finals is in best of 11 while final will be best of 17. German Masters qualifiers are in a special format, only three qualifying rounds will be played. All Players outside top 32 needs to play two rounds before facing the players ranked from 17 to 32 to qualify for the main draw.


  1. How many German snooker players play in the German masters? If none why do they call it the German masters?

    1. Patrick Einsle is the only German playing in German Masters :-)