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Who will Master the Wembley challenge?

PUBLISHED: 15:53 06 January 2010 | UPDATED: 14:49 24 August 2010

THE stars of snooker are cueing up to play at Wembley Arena – and you can also be there to see them in action. See whether Ronnie O Sullivan can retain his Masters crown in the face of rivals such as current world champion John Higgins, Shaun Murphy and M

THE stars of snooker are cueing up to play at Wembley Arena - and you can also be there to see them in action.

See whether Ronnie O'Sullivan can retain his Masters crown in the face of rivals such as current world champion John Higgins, Shaun Murphy and Mark Selby.

Could Ding Junhui add the Masters to the UK Championship title he won recently, or will wild card entrant Jimmy 'Whirlwind' White roll back the years and spring a surprise?

White will be at the table on Sunday - the opening day of the tournament - and it's non-stop snooker throughout the following week, with the final taking place on Sunday January 17.

The Times is offering one lucky reader a pair of tickets for the Masters final - with a pair of tickets for both semi-finals on Saturday January 16 going to five runners-up.

All you have to do is email the answer to the following question, along with your name, address and daytime telephone number to nwl.sport@archant.co.uk by 10am on Wednesday January 13:

Who is the reigning world snooker champion?

a) Ronnie O'Sullivan

b) Ding Junhui

c) John Higgins

Don't forget, you can also buy tickets for the Masters by calling 0844 815 0815 (disabled booking line 020 8782 5629) or visit www.worldsnooker.com/masters


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