2011 Shanghai Masters

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Bank of Communication
Shanghai Masters
2011 Shanghai Masters poster.jpg
Tournament information
Dates 5–11 September 2011
Venue Shanghai Grand Stage
City Shanghai
Country China
Organisation(s) WPBSA
Format Ranking event
Total prize fund £350,000
Winner's share £65,000
Highest break England Shaun Murphy (143)
Final
Champion England Mark Selby
Runner-up Wales Mark Williams
Score 10–9
2010
2012

The 2011 Bank of Communication Shanghai Masters was a professional ranking snooker tournament that took place between 5–11 September 2011 at the Shanghai Grand Stage in Shanghai, China. This was the first time that the Bank of Communications sponsored the event.[1]

Ali Carter was the defending champion, but lost in the first round 4–5 against Mark King.

Mark Selby won his second ranking title by defeating Mark Williams 10–9 in the final.[2][3] By doing so, he became world number one for the first time in his career.

Prize fund[edit]

The breakdown of prize money for this year is shown below:[4]

Wildcard round[edit]

These matches were played in Shanghai on 5 September 2011.[5][6]

Match Score
WC1 Republic of Ireland Fergal O'Brien 5–1 Iran Hossein Vafaei
WC2 Thailand James Wattana 5–1 China Jin Long
WC3 England Anthony Hamilton 5–0 China Li Hang
WC4 Wales Dominic Dale 5–3 China Cao Xinlong
WC5 England Jack Lisowski 5–2 China Rouzi Maimaiti
WC6 England Nigel Bond 5–2 Thailand Thanawat Thirapongpaiboon
WC7 England Robert Milkins 5–0 China Tang Jun
WC8 England Michael Holt 5–3 China Cai Jianzhong

Main draw[edit]

[5][6][7]

Last 32
Best of 9 frames
Last 16
Best of 9 frames
Quarter-finals
Best of 9 frames
Semi-finals
Best of 11 frames
Final
Best of 19 frames
                             
1 England Ali Carter 4
England Mark King 5
  England Mark King 5
Republic of Ireland Fergal O'Brien 3
13 England Peter Ebdon 3
Republic of Ireland Fergal O'Brien 5
  England Mark King 5
England Anthony Hamilton 2
11 England Ronnie O'Sullivan 5
Thailand James Wattana 1
11 England Ronnie O'Sullivan 3
England Anthony Hamilton 5
8 Scotland Stephen Maguire 4
England Anthony Hamilton 5
England Mark King 0
4 England Mark Selby 6
7 England Shaun Murphy 5
Wales Dominic Dale 4
7 England Shaun Murphy 5
12 Northern Ireland Mark Allen 4
12 Northern Ireland Mark Allen 5
Wales Ryan Day 2
7 England Shaun Murphy 4
4 England Mark Selby 5
15 England Jamie Cope 5
England Jack Lisowski 3
15 England Jamie Cope 0
4 England Mark Selby 5
4 England Mark Selby 5
England Nigel Bond 3
4 England Mark Selby 10
3 Wales Mark Williams 9
3 Wales Mark Williams 5
England Andrew Higginson 0
3 Wales Mark Williams 5
England Robert Milkins 1
16 Scotland Stephen Hendry 1
England Robert Milkins 5
3 Wales Mark Williams 5
14 Wales Matthew Stevens 0
14 Wales Matthew Stevens 5
England Stephen Lee 2
14 Wales Matthew Stevens 5
England Martin Gould 1
5 China Ding Junhui 3
England Martin Gould 5
3 Wales Mark Williams 6
6 Australia Neil Robertson 5
6 Australia Neil Robertson 5
China Liang Wenbo 1
6 Australia Neil Robertson 5
England Michael Holt 2
10 Scotland Graeme Dott 2
England Michael Holt 5
6 Australia Neil Robertson 5
2 Scotland John Higgins 2
9 England Judd Trump 1
England Stuart Bingham 5
England Stuart Bingham 2
2 Scotland John Higgins 5
2 Scotland John Higgins 5
England Mark Davis 2

Final[edit]

Final: Best of 19 frames. Referee: Wales Eirian Williams.
Shanghai Grand Stage, Shanghai, China, 11 September 2011.[6]
Mark Selby (4)
 England
10–9 Mark Williams (3)
 Wales
Afternoon: 74–75 (Selby 74), 58–42, 115–0 (113), 38–76 (68), 83–1 (78), 0–132 (132), 84–55 (Williams 51), 95–0 (95), 45–68 (67)
Evening: 55–25, 37–64, 63–42, 5–69, 39–70, 42–75, 6–88 (88), 83–48, 78–60, 69–0
113 Highest break 132
1 Century breaks 1
4 50+ breaks 4

Qualifying[edit]

These matches took place between 31 July and 4 August 2011 at the World Snooker Academy, Sheffield, England.[8][9][10][11]

Preliminary round

Best of 9 frames

India Lucky Vatnani w/d–w/o Republic of Ireland David Hogan
Belgium Luca Brecel 4–5 England Adam Duffy
Round 1–4
  Round 1
Best of 9 frames
  Round 2
Best of 9 frames
  Round 3
Best of 9 frames
  Round 4
Best of 9 frames
                               
Thailand Dechawat Poomjaeng 3   China Liu Song 5   Malta Tony Drago 1   England Mark King 5
China Tian Pengfei 5   China Tian Pengfei 4   China Liu Song 5   China Liu Song 4
Wales Michael White 5   England Alfie Burden 2   Republic of Ireland Fergal O'Brien 5   England Ricky Walden 1
England Simon Bedford 1   Wales Michael White 5   Wales Michael White 2   Republic of Ireland Fergal O'Brien 5
England Matthew Couch 1   England Andy Hicks 2   England Dave Harold 2   England Joe Perry 1
Thailand James Wattana 5   Thailand James Wattana 5   Thailand James Wattana 5   Thailand James Wattana 5
Belgium Bjorn Haneveer w/d   Scotland Alan McManus 5   England Anthony Hamilton 5   Republic of Ireland Ken Doherty 2
Republic of Ireland David Hogan w/o   Republic of Ireland David Hogan 0   Scotland Alan McManus 3   England Anthony Hamilton 5
England Paul Davison 2   China Liu Chuang 5   Scotland Jamie Burnett 5   Wales Dominic Dale 5
China Li Yan 5   China Li Yan 4   China Liu Chuang 1   Scotland Jamie Burnett 3
India Aditya Mehta 5   England Rod Lawler 4   Wales Jamie Jones 4   Wales Ryan Day 5
England Stuart Carrington 0   India Aditya Mehta 5   India Aditya Mehta 5   India Aditya Mehta 2
Wales Daniel Wells 1   England Jack Lisowski 5   England Mike Dunn 0   Hong Kong Marco Fu 1
England David Grace 5   England David Grace 0   England Jack Lisowski 5   England Jack Lisowski 5
Scotland Scott MacKenzie 0   England Jimmy White 5   England Nigel Bond 5   Scotland Marcus Campbell 0
England Adam Wicheard 5   England Adam Wicheard 3   England Jimmy White 0   England Nigel Bond 5
Wales Andrew Pagett 3   England Peter Lines 5   England Barry Pinches 5   England Andrew Higginson 5
Finland Robin Hull 5   Finland Robin Hull 3   England Peter Lines 4   England Barry Pinches 4
Poland Kacper Filipiak 0   Northern Ireland Joe Swail 4   England Robert Milkins 5   Northern Ireland Gerard Greene 4
England Andrew Norman 5   England Andrew Norman 5   England Andrew Norman 4   England Robert Milkins 5
Thailand Passakorn Suwannawat 5   England Jimmy Robertson 2   England Steve Davis 1   England Stephen Lee 5
England Adam Duffy 2   Thailand Passakorn Suwannawat 5   Thailand Passakorn Suwannawat 5   Thailand Passakorn Suwannawat 1
England Sam Baird 1   England Ian McCulloch 5   England Matthew Selt 5   England Martin Gould 5
China Yu Delu 5   China Yu Delu 1   England Ian McCulloch 1   England Matthew Selt 2
England Sam Craigie 2   England Joe Jogia 3   England Mark Joyce 0   China Liang Wenbo 5
Norway Kurt Maflin 5   Norway Kurt Maflin 5   Norway Kurt Maflin 5   Norway Kurt Maflin 2
Northern Ireland Joe Meara 4   China Xiao Guodong 4   England Michael Holt 5   England Barry Hawkins 4
China Cao Yupeng 5   China Cao Yupeng 5   China Cao Yupeng 3   England Michael Holt 5
England Ben Woollaston 5   Scotland Anthony McGill 5   England Tom Ford 5   England Stuart Bingham 5
England David Gilbert 3   England Ben Woollaston 2   Scotland Anthony McGill 1   England Tom Ford 1
England Liam Highfield 3   England Adrian Gunnell 5   England Rory McLeod 4   England Mark Davis 5
Republic of Ireland David Morris 5   Republic of Ireland David Morris 2   England Adrian Gunnell 5   England Adrian Gunnell 4

Century breaks[edit]

Qualifying stage centuries[edit]

[11][12]

Televised stage centuries[edit]

[13]

References[edit]

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