The Masters

2019 Masters Ticket Information

Ladbrokes Masters

Oct 30 2018
TICKETS for the 2019 Masters will go on sale on Monday November 5 ahead of February's tournament at the Marshall Arena in Milton Keynes.
Michael van Gerwen (Lawrence Lustig/PDC)

2018 Unibet Masters Day Two

Ladbrokes Masters

Jan 27 2018
MICHAEL VAN GERWEN began his challenge to win a fourth successive Unibet Masters title with a 10-6 defeat of Kim Huybrechts.
Rob Cross (Lawrence Lustig, PDC)

2018 Unibet Masters Day One

Ladbrokes Masters

Jan 26 2018
ROB CROSS made a winning start to life as World Champion with a 10-3 win over Ian White as the Unibet Masters opened on Friday.
PDC (PDC)

Stats Analysis: Trebleshooting

Ladbrokes Masters

Jan 26 2018
Christopher Kempf, the new statistical analyst of the PDC, looks at how heavy scoring can matter more than it seems.
Unibet Masters (Lawrence Lustig, PDC)

2018 Unibet Masters Preview

Ladbrokes Masters

Jan 25 2018
ROB CROSS makes his first appearance as World Champion on Friday night as the Unibet Masters begins in Milton Keynes.

Tickets for the 2020 Ladbrokes Masters will go on sale in October 2019 ahead of the annual top-16 shoot-out at the Marshall Arena in Milton Keynes.

The Ladbrokes Masters will see the world's top 16 players, following the World Championship, face off live on ITV4 from January 21-February 2.

The 2019 event had seen Michael van Gerwen take victory for an incredible fifth successive year since the tournament's move to Milton Keynes, with Phil Taylor having been the inaugural champion in 2013 and James Wade victorious the following year.

The 2020 Ladbrokes Masters is set to see new UK Open champion Nathan Aspinall making his debut, while spots in the field remain up for grabs for players in the autumn's forthcoming televised events if they can break into the world's top 16.

Tickets for the 2020 Ladbrokes Masters will go on Pre-Sale to PDCTV-HD Annual Members on Tuesday October 22 at 1000 BST through SeeTickets. Click here to subscribe to PDCTV-HD.

A Priority Pre-Sale will be available on Wednesday October 23 at 1000 BST for fans who sign up through THIS FORM, with General Sale from 1000 on Thursday October 24.

Key Dates
Friday October 18 (1200 BST) - Cut-off to be a PDCTV-HD Annual Member to be eligible for Pre-Sale. SUBSCRIBE HERE.
Monday October 21 (1200 BST) - Cut-off to sign up for Priority Pre-Sale. Sign up through THIS FORM.
Tuesday October 22 (1000 BST) - PDCTV-HD Annual Member Pre-Sale
Wednesday October 23 (1000 BST) - Priority Pre-Sale 
Thursday October 24 (1000 BST) - General Sale

2020 Ladbrokes Masters
Marshall Arena, Milton Keynes
Friday January 31 (1900 GMT)

First Round x4
Front Table Tickets £36
Rear Table Tickets £31
Tiered Tickets £26

Saturday February 1 (1900 GMT)
First Round x4
Front Table Tickets £36
Rear Table Tickets £31
Tiered Tickets £26

Sunday February 2
Afternoon Session (1245 GMT)

Quarter-Finals
Front Table Tickets £31
Rear Table Tickets £26
Tiered Tickets £21

Evening Session (1900 GMT)
Semi-Finals & Final
Front Table Tickets £36
Rear Table Tickets £31
Tiered Tickets £26

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2019 Final
MICHAEL VAN GERWEN claimed an incredible fifth successive triumph at the BetVictor Masters with an 11-5 win over James Wade in Sunday's final in Milton Keynes.

The Dutchman is now unbeaten in 20 matches since the tournament's move to the Marshall Arena in 2015, having swept through the world's top 16 to take the £60,000 top prize.

On his return to action following victory in the World Championship final on New Year's Day, Van Gerwen had seen off Jonny Clayton to begin his challenge on Friday.

He then overcame Mensur Suljovic 10-5 in Sunday afternoon's quarter-finals and landed finishes of 170 and 141 in an 11-7 semi-final defeat of Dave Chisnall.

Van Gerwen fired in another maximum 170 checkout during the final as he denied 2014 champion Wade a second Masters title.

"I'm really pleased," said Van Gerwen. "It's a great venue for me and this is a tournament I love, so I'm delighted.

"I didn't play phenomenally in this tournament and there's more in the tank, but I'm hoping this is going to be the start of another good year.

"The tour gets more difficult every year and I'm trying to get better all the time. You want to be strong here to start the year well and give yourself confidence, and I've done that."

He added: "James did well to reach the final. He deserves a lot of credit because I think a lot of people underestimate him."

The pair shared the opening six legs, but Van Gerwen landed his second 124 finish of the game as he claimed four straight legs to move 7-3 up.

An 11-darter saw Wade hit back as he claimed two of the next three, but Van Gerwen pounced with a 70 finish to move 10-5 up before sealing glory on double eight.

 

Wade's run to the final saw him follow up Saturday's defeat of Gerwyn Price with a comeback from 4-0 down to defeat Joe Cullen in the quarter-finals.

He also battled back from 9-7 down in the semis against Peter Wright to claim an 11-9 victory, but was unable to claim a third TV title inside four months as Van Gerwen proved too strong in the decider.

"I take my hat off to Michael - he did the job and was quality," said Wade. "He gave me so many opportunities and I played really poorly in the final.

"There's still a lot more to come from me. I've got to the final and that shows what I've got to come."

Chisnall landed ten 180s in his superb 10-4 win over Stephen Bunting in the quarter-finals, while Wright was a 10-6 winner against World Championship finalist Michael Smith in the last eight.

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