German Masters Final – Mark Williams Victorious Against Mark Selby

German Masters Snooker

German Masters Snooker

Mark Williams achieved an elegant victory against Mark Selby in the final of the Masters Snooker in Berlin.

The German Masters was last held in 1998 where a considerably younger Mark Williams finished runner up against snooker legend John Parrott. Over a decade on the Welshman looked keen to go one better and took a 5-3 lead in the opening session, before extending he lead to 7-4 after the mid-session interval.

Mark Williams

Mark Williams

Mark Selby fought back and won three frames in a row to even the scores at 7-7. But Williams was quick to regain the lead and won the 15th frame to make it 8-7 before a break of 82 in the final frame to win the match. It was tense final with an unprecedented 5 re-racks but Mark Williams was favourite throughout. Testament to Williams’ form he managed four televised centuries during the competition, scoring 122, 108, 105 and 104, two of which he produced in the German Masters final.

Mark Williams v Mark Selby: Frame By Frame

  • 0-92 (82)
  • 84-0 (56)
  • 108-0 (108)
  • 1-99
  • 81-0
  • 0-71 (63)
  • 87-42 (53)
  • 105-0 (105)
  • 71-46
  • 41-54
  • 121-0 (96)
  • 27-70
  • 7-83 (60)
  • 45-70
  • 76-49
  • 83-0 (82)
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