The Masters continues to generate sensational drama with the finest players in the world duelling for the title at Alexandra Palaces.
Tonight’s final is set to be a tense one, with Judd Trump and Mark Williams facing off in what is set to be a triumphant clash.
Williams is going into the Masters final in his first appearance since 2003 and 12 months after a stunning semi-final defeat to Neil Robertson.
While Stuart Bingham had previously blitzed Shaun Murphy in Friday’s tense quarter-final clash, he wasn’t on the same form in Saturday’s semi-final against Trump, who is the world number 4 and the 2019 Masters champion.
Given the quality of players left in the tournament, we can only expect more brilliance to come from the final match between Trump and Williams.
Masters snooker 2023 schedule – daily order of play
The tournament is going ahead under a cloud following the suspension of Yan Bingtao and Zhao Xintong from the competition amid a match-fixing investigation.
Fans around the world have been keen to see attention return to the table with the finest players on the planet colliding in this most prestigious tournament.
RadioTimes.com brings you everything you need to know to enjoy watching the tournament, including times and schedule.
How to watch The Masters snooker 2023 on TV and live stream
Coverage of The Masters snooker 2023 is exclusively available live on BBC TV and online platforms.
BBC Two will show the bulk of the coverage. BBC One is showcasing some of the semi-final coverage.
All of the action is also available to stream via BBC iPlayer so you can keep track of the action on the move via a range of devices.
The Masters snooker 2023 schedule
Check out our guide for the full The Masters schedule and order of play, including provisional times for later rounds.
Sunday 15th January
From 1pm on BBC iPlayer, BBC Sport website and app, from 1.15pm on BBC One and from 4.30pm on BBC Two
Mark Williams v Judd Trump
From 7pm on BBC Two
Mark Williams v Judd Trump
When is The Masters snooker 2023?
The Masters snooker 2023 started on Sunday 8th January 2023.
The final takes place on Sunday 15th January 2023.
The Masters snooker 2023 prize money
There’s a hefty prize pot on offer for the Masters. The total remains the same as last year’s edition. Here’s the full rundown:
Last 16: £15,000
Highest break: £15,000
Who won The Masters snooker in 2022?
Neil Robertson won The Masters in 2022 following a convincing 10-4 victory over Barry Hawkins in the showpiece match.
Robertson defeated Anthony McGill, Ronnie O’Sullivan and Mark Williams on his way to the title.
The Australian star struck the highest break of the final with 114 as part of eight 50+ breaks to his name in the match.