Today marked the end of the German Masters Qualifiers which has been hosted at the Chase Leisure Centre in Cannock .

Thepchaiya Un-Nooh is still top of the Centuries leader board with the only player during the qualifiers to achieve a 147 Score .

Here is a breakdown on the final day results .

Hossein Vafaei3v5Andrew Higginson
Liang Wenbo5v2Ben Hancorn
Zhao Jianbo2v5David Gilbert
Lei Peifan2v5Yan Bingtao

So moving forward what can expect to see in Berlin in January 2022.

The German Masters is one of the most prestigious tournaments of the season with excellent crowds and an atmosphere that is not rivalled at any tournament anywhere else in the world.

The Tempodrome arena provides unique viewing for the fans as they can watch all 5 tables at the same time and the gasps from certain areas of the arena can be off putting for the other tables but it makes the event the special showpiece that it is.

Here’s a list of the 32 players that have qualified for the final stages and will be going to compete in Germany

Judd trump

Mark Selby

Mark Allen

Jimmy Robertson

Zhou Yuelong

Goa Yang

Tom Ford

Stephen Maguire

Andrew Higginson

Noppon Saengkham

Liang Wenbo

Liam Highfield

Kurt Maflin

Ryan Day

Sam Craigie

Ken Doherty

Neil Robertson

Fan Zhengyi

Ricky Walden

Luca Brecel

Craig Steadman

Shaun Murphy

Anda Zhang

Anthony McGill

Lyu Hoatian

Yan Bingtao

Kyren Wilson

Zhao Xingtong

Michael Georgiou

Barry Pinches

Mark Williams

David Gilbert

All of us at However you like to break are eagerly looking for to this exceptional tournament.