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  1. RESULT: Barry Hawkins 4-6 Kyren Wilson
  2. Ronnie O’Sullivan beats Marco Fu 6-0
  3. Century breaks of 120, 121 & 112
  4. Fu scores just 35 points in match
  5. Rocket chasing eighth Masters title
  6. First round, Alexandra Palace, best of 11 frames

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Brilliant O'Sullivan thrashes Fu - best shots
Watch the best shots as Ronnie O'Sullivan thrashes Marco Fu 6-0 with a sublime performance to ease into the quarter-finals of the Masters.
Ronnie O'Sullivan

Ronnie O'Sullivan says he was suffering dizzy spells despite thrashing Marco Fu 6-0 with a sublime performance to ease into the quarter-finals of the Masters.

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BBC Coverage

All times GMT and subject to late changes

Tuesday, 16 January


Ronnie O'Sullivan (Eng) v Marco Fu (HK)


Barry Hawkins (Eng) v Kyren Wilson (Eng)

TV coverage

13:00-16:45, BBC Two (13:00-14:40, BBC Red Button to cover BBC Two Wales)

19:00-23:00, BBC Red Button and online

00:05-00:55, Highlights, BBC Two (00:35-01:25, BBC Two NI)

00:55-02:55, Extra, BBC Two (01:25-02:55, BBC Two NI)

Ronnie O'Sullivan fights back to win 2017 Masters

Ronnie O'Sullivan won a record seventh Masters title by coming from behind to beat Joe Perry 10-7 at the 2017 Masters.

The Rocket, who won his first Masters title in 2005, fought back from three frames down to retain the Masters trophy in the final at London's Alexandra Palace.

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Masters final highlights 2017: Ronnie O'Sullivan beats Joe Perry 10-7

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2018 Masters

The second of the so-called Triple Crown snooker events, the Masters is considered snooker’s most prestigious invitation tournament.

The 2018 tournament runs from January 14 to 21 with full coverage across the BBC.

The Masters has been held at Alexandra Palace in London since 2012.

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