The Shanghai Masters returns for the first time in four years with a hefty haul of ATP ranking points up for grabs.


In the last edition of the tournament, Daniil Medvedev triumphed in 2019 as he defeated Alexander Zverev with a confident display.

Medvedev returns to defend his title as the No 2 seed, right after Carlos Alcaraz, who will aim to close the gap to Novak Djokovic at the top of the tree.

Djokovic will not feature in Shanghai and will enter a period of rest ahead of the ATP Finals next month.

Fans across the globe will be keen to see whether any of the chasing pack, including Holger Rune and Stefanos Tsitsipas can challenge Alcaraz, who appears to be the outright favourite for glory this week. has rounded up everything you need to know about how to watch the Shanghai Masters 2023 tennis tournament.

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When is the Shanghai Masters 2023?

The tournament begins on Wednesday 4th October 2023 with the start of the men's tournament and runs until the women's final on Sunday 15th October 2023.

How to watch and live stream Shanghai Masters 2023 in the UK

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Shanghai Masters 2023 schedule

ATP 1000 (Men's singles)

  • Qualifying: Monday 2nd – Tuesday 3rd October
  • Round 1: Wednesday 4th – Thursday 5th October
  • Round 2: Friday 6th – Saturday 7th October
  • Round 3: Sunday 8th – Monday 9th October
  • Round 4: Tuesday 10th – Wednesday 11th October
  • Quarter-finals: Thursday 12th – Friday 13th October
  • Semi-finals: Saturday 14th October
  • Final: Sunday 15th October

Where is the Shanghai Masters 2023 held?

The Shanghai Masters is held at the Qizhong Forest Sports City Arena in Shanghai, China.

Its show court can hold up to 13,779 spectators to enjoy the biggest matches.


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