|Rolex Shanghai Masters Details
Announcement Regarding 2021 Tournament
Click here to read official statement regarding 2021 Tournament.
Welcome to the 11th Edition of the Rolex Shanghai Masters, one of the world's biggest tennis tournaments and the only such tournament to be staged outside North America and Europe. The Rolex Shanghai Masters, is one of only nine ATP Masters 1000 tournaments in the world and is the culmination and feature event of the Asian Swing. The Rolex Shanghai Masters, was named ATP Masters 1000 Tournament of the Year for 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013.
The singles is a 56 draw which means the top eight seeds get first round byes. It is elimination from the first round. There are four wild cards, determined by the tournament director and seven qualifiers who come through a 28 qualifying draw.
In doubles, it is a 32 draw. It is also elimination from the first round.
A total of 107 matches will be played - 55 in singles, 31 in doubles and 21 in qualifying.
In singles each match is the best of three tie-break sets. Each set is the first to six games with an advantage of two games eg: 6-4. However if the score reaches 6-6 in a set the 12 point tie-break is played. A player can only win the set if he wins the tie-break by two clear points. The farthest a set can go on the ATP World Tour before a tie-break is 7-5.
In doubles the first two sets are the same as in singles but if the match is locked at one set all the teams will play a Match tie-break -- the first to ten points with an advantage of two clear points.
Total prize money for the Rolex Shanghai Masters is $US7,473,620.
The stunning trophies were designed and created by world famous Royal Selangor Pewter. Three trophies were designed and it went to a public vote via the tournament website to determine the trophy that would be presented. The trophy signifies the roof over Qi Zhong Stadium which is known as the Magnolia Roof. It is a perpetual trophy with the new champions receiving a replica trophy.
In addition to the wonderful Royal Selangor Pewter trophies and the prize money, the players also play for vital points for their world ranking. As the Rolex Shanghai Masters is an ATP Masters 1000 event, it means that the winner will earn 1000 ranking points however points start from the first round - a player losing in the singles first round still earns 10 points.
|Court Surface and Seating
The hard court surface used at Qi Zhong is called Deco-Turf. Stadium court seats 13,800, Grandstand seats 5,000, Union Pay Court 3 seats 1,500.
|Electronic Line Challenging
The Hawk-Eye System is used on the center court. Shanghai was the first city in Asia to use the system. During a set a player receives three incorrect challenges, if a player gets a challenge wrong their number of challenges drops by one until the challenges run out. If the set goes to a tie-break the players receive an additional challenge. A challenge is shown on giant screens atop of center court and everyone can track the trajectory of the ball and where it lands.
Event Name Rolex Shanghai Masters
Venue Qi Zhong Tennis Center, Minhang District
Event Category ATP Tour Masters 1000
Tournament Director Michael A. Luevano
Promoters JUSS Event
Draw Size 56 singles - 32 doubles - 28 qualifying
Total Financial Commitment $8,322,885 USD
On-site Prize Money $7,473,620 USD
Court Surface Hardcourt
Tournament Ball Dunlop
2019 Singles Final (3) D. Medvedev def (5) A. Zverev 6-4 6-1
2019 Doubles Final (8) M. Pavic/B. Soares def (2) L. Kubot/M. Melo 6-4 6-2
How do I get there?
The Rolex Shanghai Masters is held at the Qizhong Tennis Center (No.5500, Yuan Jiang Road, Minhang District) A city shuttle bus service is available during the tournament.
The shuttle bus starts at the South Square of Xinzhuang Station of the Metro Line 1 and the terminal is between Gate 1 and Gate 2 of Qizhong Tennis Center. The bus stops at Zhuanqiao Station of Metro Line 5. It takes about 45 minutes to complete the route and the ticket costs 2RMB each way.
|Shuttle Operation Schedule
(subject to change)
Xinzhuang Station to Qizhong Tennis Center
Oct. 9 - Oct. 17 2020
11:00 am - 19:00 pm
Qizhong Tennis Center to Xinzhuang Station
Oct. 9 - Oct. 17 2020
16:00 pm - 22:00 pm
In case the matches end later, special night buses will bring the spectators to the Caoxi Road Transport Hub between 21:30 pm and 30 minutes after the matches from Oct. 9 to Oct. 17. The ticket costs RMB 10. Taxi service is available from Oct. 9 to Oct. 17; operates from the taxi stand locates at Gate 2 of Qizhong Tennis Center.