2018 German Masters

The 2018 D88 German Masters was a professional ranking snooker tournament, that took place from 31 January to 4 February 2018 in Berlin, Germany. It was the thirteenth ranking event of the 2017/2018 season.

Anthony Hamilton was the defending champion, but he lost 1–5 to Jimmy Robertson in the first round.

Mark Williams won his 20th professional ranking title and his second of the season, defeating Graeme Dott 9–1 in the final.

Prize fund

The breakdown of prize money for this year is shown below:

The "rolling 147 prize" for a maximum break stood at £5,000.

Main draw

 
Last 32
Best of 9 frames
Last 16
Best of 9 frames
Quarter Finals
Best of 9 frames
Semi Finals
Best of 11 frames
Final
Best of 17 frames
 
                  
 
 
 
 
EnglandAnthony Hamilton1
 
 
 
EnglandJimmy Robertson5
 
EnglandJimmy Robertson5
 
 
 
EnglandGary Wilson3
 
EnglandGary Wilson5
 
 
 
EnglandMartin Gould2
 
EnglandJimmy Robertson3
 
 
 
WalesMark Williams5
 
Republic of IrelandFergal O'Brien3
 
 
 
WalesMark Williams5
 
WalesMark Williams5
 
 
 
EnglandMatthew Selt2
 
EnglandMatthew Selt5
 
 
 
Northern IrelandMark Allen4
 
WalesMark Williams6
 
 
 
EnglandJudd Trump1
 
ChinaDing Junhui5
 
 
 
CyprusMichael Georgiou3
 
ChinaDing Junhui5
 
 
 
EnglandRicky Walden2
 
EnglandJack Lisowski3
 
 
 
EnglandRicky Walden5
 
ChinaDing Junhui3
 
 
 
EnglandJudd Trump5
 
EnglandJoe Perry5
 
 
 
ChinaYu Delu4
 
EnglandJoe Perry3
 
 
 
EnglandJudd Trump5
 
EnglandBen Woollaston3
 
 
 
EnglandJudd Trump5
 
WalesMark Williams9
 
 
 
ScotlandGraeme Dott1
 
ChinaNiu Zhuang2
 
 
 
EnglandMark Davis5
 
EnglandMark Davis4
 
 
 
WalesRyan Day5
 
WalesRyan Day5
 
 
 
ThailandThepchaiya Un-Nooh1
 
WalesRyan Day4
 
 
 
EnglandShaun Murphy5
 
EnglandDavid Gilbert4
 
 
 
EnglandMark Joyce5
 
EnglandMark Joyce1
 
 
 
EnglandShaun Murphy5
 
ScotlandAlan McManus2
 
 
 
EnglandShaun Murphy5
 
EnglandShaun Murphy4
 
 
 
ScotlandGraeme Dott6
 
EnglandBarry Hawkins3
 
 
 
ScotlandGraeme Dott5
 
ScotlandGraeme Dott5
 
 
 
ChinaMei Xiwen4
 
EnglandHammad Miah1
 
 
 
ChinaMei Xiwen5
 
ScotlandGraeme Dott5
 
 
 
ChinaXiao Guodong4
 
EnglandTom Ford1
 
 
 
ChinaLiang Wenbo5
 
ChinaLiang Wenbo2
 
 
 
ChinaXiao Guodong5
 
ChinaXiao Guodong5
 
 
EnglandMark Selby3
 

Final

Qualifying

These matches were played between 19 and 22 December 2017 at the Barnsley Metrodome in Barnsley, England. All matches were best of 9 frames. Ali Carter was a 2017 German Masters finalist, but he was beaten 5–3 by Wang Yuchen.

Round 1

Round 2

Century breaks

Televised stage centuries

Total: 27

Qualifying stage centuries

Total: 52

Uses material from the Wikipedia article "2018 German Masters", released under the CC BY-SA 3.0 license.