1993 Masters (snooker)
|Dates||7–14 February 1993|
|Venue||Wembley Conference Centre|
|Highest break||Jimmy White (134)|
Stephen Hendry retained the title by beating James Wattana 9–5 in the final. After the final the Benson & Hedges Masters trophy was given to Hendry to keep for winning the event five times in a row.
Stephen Hendry, defending champion and World Champion was the number 1 seed. Places were allocated to the top 16 players in the world rankings. Players seeded 15 and 16 played in the wild-card round against the winner of the qualifying event, Chris Small (ranked 75), and Ken Doherty (ranked 21), who was the wild-card selection. Nigel Bond, Darren Morgan and Chris Small were making their debuts in the Masters.
|WC1||Sunday 7 February||Willie Thorne (15)||5–3||Chris Small|
|WC2||Monday 8 February||Darren Morgan (16)||3–5||Ken Doherty|
Best of 9 frames
Best of 9 frames
Best of 11 frames
Best of 17 frames
- 134 Jimmy White
- 131, 129, 105, 105, 101 Stephen Hendry
- 131 John Parrott
- 107 James Wattana
- 106 Steve Davis
- 101 Darren Morgan
- 100 Gary Wilkinson
Darren Morgan's century was scored in the wild-card round.
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