2017 German Masters
|Dates||1–5 February 2017|
|Total prize fund||€367,000|
|Highest break||Tom Ford (147)|
The 2017 F66.com German Masters professional ranking snooker tournament took place between 1–5 February 2017 at the Tempodrom in Berlin, Germany. It was the twelfth ranking event of the 2016/2017 season.
Tom Ford made the 128th official maximum break and the third of his career in the second frame of his 5–2 win over Peter Ebdon in the first round. Maximum breaks had already been made in the qualifying rounds by both Ali Carter and Ross Muir.
Anthony Hamilton defeated Carter 9–6 to capture his first ranking title in his 26-year career, having trailed 2–5. Aged 45 he also became the oldest ranking event winner since Doug Mountjoy was 46 winning the Classic in 1989. He is the third oldest winner of a ranking event after Mountjoy (46) and Ray Reardon (50 and 45).
|Final: Best of 17 frames. Referee: Brendan Moore.|
Tempodrom, Berlin, Germany, 5 February 2017.
|Afternoon: 61–31, 69–1, 66–12, 36–72, 4–61, 116–7 (100), 69–8 (54), 28–64 (56)|
Evening: 15–66, 1–118 (118), 20–78 (73), 0–74 (74), 53–70 (53, 70), 83–0, 13–63 (57)
Ali Carter made the 125th official maximum break in the fourth frame of his round 1 qualifying match against Wang Yuchen. It was Carter's second professional maximum break. On the same day, Ross Muir made the 126th official maximum break in the third frame of his round 1 qualifying match against Itaro Santos. It was Muir's first professional maximum break.
Televised stage centuries
Qualifying stage centuries
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