Masters Snooker Winners List: Yan Bingtao Wins Masters Snooker 2022 Title

The 2022 Masters snooker tournament is a recently concluded tournament hosted at the Marshall Arena in Milton Keynes, England. China’s Yan Bingtao emerged as the 2022 Masters Snooker winner in Milton Keynes. He won the master’s snooker title on debut became the youngest Masters champion since Ronnie O’Sullivan in 1995. He defeated the John Higgins in the final with 10-8 in Milton Keynes.

The year’s first major snooker tournament, Masters Snooker 2022 had commenced on 10th January with the final being held on 17th January. The 2022 Betfred Masters is the second Triple crown event of the season. The snooker event invited the top 16 highest ranked players in the world to participate in a knockout tournament.

The 2022 Masters Snooker tournament was held behind closed doors due to COVID-19 restrictions in the UK. The Triple Crown event was broadcasted by the BBC and Eurosport in Europe. Let’s see all the past runner ups and Masters Snooker winners list since 1975.

Masters Snooker Winners List 2022

The 20-year-old Yan Bingtao defeated John Higgins to become the first debutant to win the Masters in 12 years. The youngster took home prize money of £250,000.

YearWinnerRunner-upFinal scoreVenue
2021 Yan Bingtao (CHN) John Higgins (SCO)10–8Marshall Arena, Milton Keynes
2020[56] Stuart Bingham (ENG) Ali Carter (ENG)10–8Alexandra Palace,
London
2019[55] Judd Trump (ENG) Ronnie O’Sullivan (ENG)10–4Alexandra Palace,
London
2018[54] Mark Allen (NIR) Kyren Wilson (ENG)10–7Alexandra Palace,
London
2017[53] Ronnie O’Sullivan (ENG) Joe Perry (ENG)10–7Alexandra Palace,
London
2016[52] Ronnie O’Sullivan (ENG) Barry Hawkins (ENG)10–1Alexandra Palace,
London
2015[51] Shaun Murphy (ENG) Neil Robertson (AUS)10–2Alexandra Palace,
London
2014[50] Ronnie O’Sullivan (ENG) Mark Selby (ENG)10–4Alexandra Palace,
London
2013[49] Mark Selby (ENG) Neil Robertson (AUS)10–6Alexandra Palace,
London
2012[48] Neil Robertson (AUS) Shaun Murphy (ENG)10–6Alexandra Palace,
London
2011 Ding Junhui (CHN) Marco Fu (HKG)10–4Wembley Arena,
London
2010 Mark Selby (ENG) Ronnie O’Sullivan (ENG)10–9Wembley Arena,
London
2009 Ronnie O’Sullivan (ENG) Mark Selby (ENG)10–8Wembley Arena,
London
2008 Mark Selby (ENG) Stephen Lee (ENG)10–3Wembley Arena,
London
2007 Ronnie O’Sullivan (ENG) Ding Junhui (CHN)10–3Wembley Arena,
London
2006 John Higgins (SCO) Ronnie O’Sullivan (ENG)10–9Wembley Conference Centre,
London
2005 Ronnie O’Sullivan (ENG) John Higgins (SCO)10–3Wembley Conference Centre,
London
2004 Paul Hunter (ENG) Ronnie O’Sullivan (ENG)10–9Wembley Conference Centre,
London
2003 Mark Williams (WAL) Stephen Hendry (SCO)10–4Wembley Conference Centre,
London
2002 Paul Hunter (ENG) Mark Williams (WAL)10–9Wembley Conference Centre,
London
2001 Paul Hunter (ENG) Fergal O’Brien (IRE)10–9Wembley Conference Centre,
London
2000 Matthew Stevens (WAL) Ken Doherty (IRE)10–8Wembley Conference Centre,
London
1999 John Higgins (SCO) Ken Doherty (IRE)10–8Wembley Conference Centre,
London
1998 Mark Williams (WAL) Stephen Hendry (SCO)10–9Wembley Conference Centre,
London
1997 Steve Davis (ENG) Ronnie O’Sullivan (ENG)10–8Wembley Conference Centre,
London
1996 Stephen Hendry (SCO) Ronnie O’Sullivan (ENG)10–5Wembley Conference Centre,
London
1995 Ronnie O’Sullivan (ENG) John Higgins (SCO)9–3Wembley Conference Centre,
London
1994 Alan McManus (SCO) Stephen Hendry (SCO)9–8Wembley Conference Centre,
London
1993 Stephen Hendry (SCO) James Wattana (THA)9–5Wembley Conference Centre,
London
1992 Stephen Hendry (SCO) John Parrott (ENG)9–4Wembley Conference Centre,
London
1991 Stephen Hendry (SCO) Mike Hallett (ENG)9–8Wembley Conference Centre,
London
1990 Stephen Hendry (SCO) John Parrott (ENG)9–4Wembley Conference Centre,
London
1989 Stephen Hendry (SCO) John Parrott (ENG)9–6Wembley Conference Centre,
London
1988 Steve Davis (ENG) Mike Hallett (ENG)9–0Wembley Conference Centre,
London
1987 Dennis Taylor (NIR) Alex Higgins (NIR)9–8Wembley Conference Centre,
London
1986 Cliff Thorburn (CAN) Jimmy White (ENG)9–5Wembley Conference Centre,
London
1985 Cliff Thorburn (CAN) Doug Mountjoy (WAL)9–6Wembley Conference Centre,
London
1984 Jimmy White (ENG) Terry Griffiths (WAL)9–5Wembley Conference Centre,
London
1983 Cliff Thorburn (CAN) Ray Reardon (WAL)9–7Wembley Conference Centre,
London
1982 Steve Davis (ENG) Terry Griffiths (WAL)9–5Wembley Conference Centre,
London
1981 Alex Higgins (NIR) Terry Griffiths (WAL)9–6Wembley Conference Centre,
London
1980 Terry Griffiths (WAL) Alex Higgins (NIR)9–5Wembley Conference Centre,
London
1979 Perrie Mans (SAF) Alex Higgins (NIR)8–4Wembley Conference Centre,
London
1978 Alex Higgins (NIR) Cliff Thorburn (CAN)7–5New London Theatre,
London
1977 Doug Mountjoy (WAL) Ray Reardon (WAL)7–6New London Theatre,
London
1976 Ray Reardon (WAL) Graham Miles (ENG)7–3New London Theatre,
London
1975 John Spencer (ENG) Ray Reardon (WAL)9–8West Centre Hotel, London

The total prize pool for the 2022 Masters Snooker winner was £725,000. The runner up pocketed £100,000 and also won £15,000 for scoring the highest break of the tournament (145).

The semi-finalists received £60,000, while Quarter-finalists and Round of 16 players received £30,000 and £15,000 respectively.

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