|Date||R||Domácí vs Hosté||-|
|01/16 19:00||1||Neil Robertson vs Barry Hawkins||10-4|
|01/15 19:10||2||Judd Trump vs Barry Hawkins||5-6|
|01/15 13:20||2||Mark Williams vs Neil Robertson||5-6|
|01/14 19:05||3||Barry Hawkins vs Mark Selby||6-1|
|01/14 13:10||3||Judd Trump vs Kyren Wilson||6-1|
|01/13 19:10||3||Mark Williams vs John Higgins||6-5|
|01/13 13:10||3||Neil Robertson vs Ronnie O'Sullivan||6-4|
|01/12 19:00||7||Kyren Wilson vs Stuart Bingham||6-5|
|01/12 13:10||7||Judd Trump vs Mark Allen||6-5|
|01/11 19:00||7||Mark Selby vs Stephen Maguire||6-3|
|01/11 13:10||7||Ronnie O'Sullivan vs Jack Lisowski||6-1|
|01/10 19:00||7||Shaun Murphy vs Barry Hawkins||2-6|
The 2022 Masters (officially the 2022 Cazoo Masters) was a professional snooker tournament that took place between 9 and 16 January 2022 at Alexandra Palace in London, England. It was the 48th staging of the Masters tournament, which was first held in 1975, and the second of three Triple Crown events in the 2021–22 snooker season, following the 2021 UK Championship and preceding the 2022 World Snooker Championship. Broadcast by the BBC and Eurosport in Europe, it was sponsored for the first time by car retailer Cazoo.
The 16 competitors were invited to the tournament based on the world rankings, as they stood after the UK Championship. Some players took issue with the cutoff date, noting that the in-form Luca Brecel, who had entered the top 16 by winning the 2021 Scottish Open, did not qualify. Ding Junhui, who had made 15 consecutive Masters appearances between 2007 and 2021, fell out of the top 16 after the UK Championship and failed to qualify. Zhao Xintong, who entered the top 16 for the first time by winning the UK Championship, was the only Masters debutant. John Higgins set a new record of 28 Masters appearances, surpassing both Jimmy White and Steve Davis, who competed 27 times.
Yan Bingtao was the defending champion, having defeated Higgins 10–8 in the previous year's final. However, Yan lost 4–6 to Mark Williams in the first round. Neil Robertson defeated Barry Hawkins 10–4 in the final to win his second Masters title and his sixth Triple Crown title. He became the tenth player to win the Masters more than once. There were 26 century breaks, with the highest being a 139 made by Stuart Bingham in his first-round loss to Kyren Wilson.