Shanghai Masters (snooker)
The Shanghai Masters is a professional snooker tournament. Originally a ranking event but in 2018 it became a non-ranking invitation event. Ronnie O'Sullivan is the reigning champion. Ronnie O'Sullivan won the 2018 title, the first time it has been defended.
The event was introduced in the 2007/2008 season and was the second ranking event to be held in China as a result of the growth of the sport in the country. Until 2016, an extra wildcard round was included before the first round proper, featuring eight players. In 2018 the tournament became a 24-man invitation event.
- Highest ranked champion: Ronnie O'Sullivan (2009) - #1
- Lowest ranked champion: Kyren Wilson (2015) - #54
- Highest break: 147