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Ask the snooker experts

The Masters
Venue: Wembley Arena Date: 9-16 January
Coverage: Live action and highlights on BBC Two and BBC Red Button; updates and reports on BBC Radio 5 live and live coverage on this website; watch again on iPlayer; Full details of BBC coverage

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Hendry, Parrott & Doherty answer fans' queries


Steve Davis and John Parrott
Steve Davis and John Parrott await your questions on the BBC

Seven-time world champion Stephen Hendry, six-time Crucible winner Steve Davis and 1991 world champion John Parrott want your questions about the Masters.

Here is your chance to ask the TV experts whatever you like about snooker and the tournament.

Something about the players, the competition or maybe you're after some tips on break-building or stunning the cue ball? The boys can even show you how to play the shots on the table.

The best questions will be answered throughout the championship live on BBC TV.

If you have any questions for Stephen, Steve or John, please use the postform supplied at the top of this page.

Or tweet BBC Sport's Mark Ashenden on Twitter.

Steve Davies answers your online queries

Davis, Hendry & co answer your snooker queries part one



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see also
Masters scores and match schedule
16 Jan 11 |  Snooker
King beats Masters champion Selby
09 Jan 11 |  Snooker
Higgins out to master Wembley woe
08 Jan 11 |  Snooker
Higgins defeats Williams in epic
12 Dec 10 |  Snooker
Steve Davis on John Higgins
13 Dec 10 |  Snooker
Snooker on the BBC
08 Apr 11 |  Snooker


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