The Snooker Masters takes place at The Marshall Arena in Milton Keynes from January 10-17, and online bookmaker Sky Bet is now offering new and existing customers boosted odds on Judd Trump to lift the trophy again. Get 5/2 on ‘The Juddernaut’ on adding another Masters title to the one he won in 2019.
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PLEASE NOTE: 18+. New & existing customers. Odds correct at time of publication. Odds subject to fluctuation. T&Cs apply.
How To Claim 5/2 Judd Trump To Win The Masters 2021
- Visit the SkyBet website
- Sign into your account or register for a new one
- Select ‘Snooker’ and then ‘The Masters’ from the list of matches and tournaments
- Then select The Masters 2021
- Click on the ‘yellow 5/2 Judd Trump to win The Masters 2021 (was 2/1)’
- Enter your stake into the betslip (a £10 bet returns £35)
- If Judd Trump wins The Masters 2021, Sky Bet will pay out your winnings in cash.
Reasons Why You Should Back Judd Trump To Win The Masters 2021
Judd Trump is the current world number one, and although ranking points are not up for grabs in The Masters, he will be eager to prove to everyone why he deserves to be classed as the best in the world.
Trump is obviously no stranger to winning major events, he was crowned the Masters champion back in 2019 when he defeated Ronnie O’Sullivan. His title defence couldn’t have got off to the worst start, as he crashed out of the 2020 event in the first round as he went down 6-3 against Shaun Murphy.
Going out in the first game as defending champion can be a major blow to the ego, but he has since bounced back and won the English Open, Northern Ireland and World Grand Prix. He would love to start 2021 by adding The Masters title to his ever-expanding trophy cabinet.
Trump has not been given an easy ride this year, if he manages to beat David Gilbert in the firsdt round, then he will face Kyren Wilson or Jack Lisowski in the quarter-finals. If he advances to the semi-finals, then he will come up against either John Higgins, Mark Allen, Ding Junhui or Ronnie O’Sullivan. Like I said, not the easiest route, but he is more than capable of beating every single one of them. If he does do that, then he deserves to call himself the best in the world.