On Saturday, the second semi-final of the 2023 Shanghai Masters snooker will be played and the winner will play seven-time world champion Ronnie O’Sullivan in the final, we examine the latest results, schedule, draw, dates, time, scores, TV coverage in 2023
Ahead of Saturday’s 2023 Shanghai Masters semi-final featuring Luca Brecel vs Neil Robertson, Friday’s semi-final saw Ronnie O’Sullivan overcome Mark Selby by score of 10-7 to qualify for the championship match.
Shanghai Masters snooker 2023 results today, final schedule, date, time, semi-final score, draw, prize money, live stream TV coverage
World Champion Luca Brecel and @nr147 clash in Semi Final II at 2pm (9 frames) & 7.30pm [GMT+8]
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2023 Shanghai Masters semi-final results, score, final schedule, date, & time
The reigning champion, Ronnie O’Sullivan, secured an impressive 10-7 victory against Mark Selby, further extending his remarkable unbeaten streak at the Shanghai Masters and earning a spot in his fourth consecutive final at this tournament. O’Sullivan’s exceptional performance has led to 18 consecutive victories in this competition, with his last defeat in Shanghai dating back to 2016 when he faced Michael Holt. O’Sullivan boasts a remarkable record as a four-time champion of the Shanghai Masters, having triumphed in the event for three consecutive years from 2017 to 2019.
In the past week, seven-time World Champion O’Sullivan faced challenging situations to stay alive in his title quest. He found himself trailing 2-5 against John Higgins in the quarterfinals but managed to secure a 6-5 victory. Moreover, in Friday’s match against Selby, O’Sullivan exhibited resilience under considerable pressure. O’Sullivan is now set to advance to the final on Sunday, where he will compete against the winner of the match between World Champion Luca Brecel and Neil Robertson. The ultimate champion will not only claim the title but also walk away with the top prize of £210,000.
Semi-Final Update (15th – 16th September)
Ronnie O’Sullivan 10-7 Mark Selby
Neil Robertson vs Luca Brecel
Final Schedule (17th September)
Ronnie O’Sullivan vs TBD
Shanghai Masters 2023 Prize Money
It has been officially announced that the 2023 Shanghai Masters will feature a total prize pool of $825,000, with the champion set to receive a cash prize of £210,000. The runner-up in the competition will be awarded £105,000, while each of the losing semifinalists will take home £70,000. Mark Selby, who was defeated by the seven-time world champion Ronnie O’Sullivan in the semifinals, is expected to receive a prize of nearly £70,000.
- Winner: £210,000
- Runner-up: £105,000
- Semi-final: £70,000
- Quarter-final: £35,000
- Last 16: £17,500
- Last 24: £10,000
- Highest break: £10,000
- Total: £825,000
When & Where To Watch: live stream & TV coverage telecast
It has been officially announced that viewers in Europe will have access to live broadcasts of all the tournament matches through Eurosport and Discovery+. Meanwhile, Matchroom Sport will be responsible for streaming the event in all other regions.
- Europe (including UK): Eurosport and discovery+
- China: Superstar online, Migu, Youku, Huya.com
- Hong Kong China: Now TV
- Thailand: Truesport
- All Other Territories: Matchroom.Live