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* The Rolex Shanghai Masters won the ATP Masters 1000 Tournament of the Year Award in 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013.

* The 2012 Rolex Shanghai Masters was the first and only time, so far, the top four seeds reached the semis of the singles event.

* The 2017 Rolex Shanghai Masters was the first and only time, so far, the top four seeds reached the semis of the doubles event.

* In the eleven-year history of the Rolex Shanghai Masters the No.2 seed has won the title five times (2018, 2017, 2016, 2012, 2011), most of any seeded number, the No.1 seed has won twice (2015, 2013) and the No.3 seed twice (2014, 2019), the Nos.4 and 6 seeds have won once each (2010, 2009 respectively).

* One player has played singles main draw at the Rolex Shanghai Masters every year from the first year in 2009: Gilles Simon (F 2014, SF 2016). Feliciano Lopez (SF 2009, 2011, 2014) had played the main draw every year up to an including 2017 but in 2018 lost in qualifying and in 2019 did not play at all.

* In 2009 players from 21 different nations played in the singles. The breakdown was: Spain 8, France 8, Germany 8, Argentina 4, Russia 4, Croatia 3, USA 3, China 2, Czech Republic 2, Serbia 2, Switzerland 2 and 1 each from Australia, Austria, Brazil, Chile, Italy, Israel, Latvia, Poland, Romania, Sweden

* In 2010 players from 26 different nations played in the singles. The breakdown was: Spain 9, France 7, Germany 5, China 3, USA 3, Argentina 2, Austria 2, Chinese Taipei 2, Croatia 2, Czech Republic 2, Russia 2, Serbia 2, Switzerland 2, Ukraine 2 and 1 each from Brazil, Cyprus, Great Britain, Italy, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Netherlands, Poland, South Africa, Sweden, Turkey, Uzbekistan.

* In 2011 players from 29 different nations played in the singles. The breakdown was: Spain12, USA 5, China 3, Croatia 3, France 3, Argentina 2, Australia 2, Czech Republic 2, Russia 2, Switzerland 2 and 1 each from Austria, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, Columbia, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, India, Japan, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Netherlands, Poland, Serbia, South Africa, Taipei, Turkey, Ukraine.

* In 2012 players from 28 different nations played in the singles. The breakdown was: Spain 6, France 5, Germany 5, USA 4, Australia 3, China 3, Serbia, 3, Argentina 2, Czech Republic 2, Italy 2, Japan 2, Switzerland 2, Russia 2 and 1 each from Austria, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, Chinese Taipei, Colombia, Croatia, Cyprus, Finland, Great Britain, Poland, South Africa, Slovakia, Ukraine, Uzbekistan.

* In 2013 players from 24 different nations played in the singles. The breakdown was: Spain 9, France 7, Germany 4, China 3, Italy 3, Japan 3, USA 3, Australia 2, Canada 2, Colombia 2, Czech Republic 2, Russia 2, Serbia 2, Switzerland 2 and 1 each from Argentina, Austria, Brazil, Bulgaria, Croatia, Finland, Poland, Romania, South Africa, Ukraine.

* In 2014 players from 29 different nations played in the singles. The breakdown was: Spain 8, France 5, Croatia 4, Australia, China, USA 3 each, Argentina, Canada, Czech Republic, Great Britain, Kazakhstan, Russia, Switzerland 2 each, Austria, Bulgaria, Chinese Taipei, Colombia, Italy, Japan, Latvia, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Tunisia, Ukraine, Uruguay, Uzbekistan 1 each.

* In 2015 players from 29 different nations played in the singles. The breakdown was: Spain 8, France 5, USA 5, China 3, Croatia 3, Italy 3, Australia 2, Austria 2, Canada 2, Japan 2, Serbia 2, Switzerland 2 and 1 each from Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Chinese Taipei, Czech Republic, Dominican Republic, Georgia, Germany, Great Britain, Luxembourg, Poland, Portugal, Russia, South Africa, Slovakia, Ukraine, Uruguay.

* In 2016 players from 22 different nations played in the singles. The breakdown was: Spain 10, France 7, USA 5, Germany 4, Argentina 3, China 3, Serbia 3, Australia 2, Canada 2, Croatia 2, Czech Republic 2, Great Britain 2, Italy 2 and 1 each from Belgium, Bulgaria, Japan, Portugal, Russia, Slovakia, South Africa, Switzerland, Uruguay.

* In 2017 players from 28 different nations played in the singles. The breakdown was: USA 7, France 6, Spain 6, China 3, Germany 3, Russia 3, Argentina 2, Australia 2, Croatia 2, Great Britain 2, Italy 2, Serbia 2 and 1 each from Austria, Belgium, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Canada, Czech Republic, Georgia, Greece, Japan, South Korea, Netherlands, Portugal, South Africa, Switzerland, Ukraine, Uruguay.

* In 2018 players from 26 different nations played in the singles. The breakdown was: France 6, USA 6, Germany 4, Argentina 3, Australia 3, Canada 3, China 3, Russia 3, Croatia 2, Italy 2, Serbia 2, Spain 2, Switzerland 2 and 1 each from Austria, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Chile, Georgia, Great Britain, Greece, Hungary, Japan, Kazakhstan, Netherlands, Poland, South Africa, South Korea.

* In 2019 players from 24 different nations played in the singles. The breakdown was: France 6, USA 5, Italy 4, Serbia 4, Spain 4, Argentina 3, Canada 3, China 3, Great Britain 3, Russian 3, Australia 2, Croatia 2, Germany 2, Kazakhstan 2 and 1 each from Austria, Belgium, Chile, Georgia, Greece, Moldova, Poland, Portugal, Switzerland, Uruguay. NB: 2019 is the second straight year that France has had the most players, but the record is held by Spain eight straight years.

* In 2009 a total number of 87 different players played in singles and doubles.

* In 2010 a total number of 86 different players played in singles and doubles.

* In 2011 a total number of 82 different players played in singles and doubles.

* In 2012 a total number of 84 different players played in singles and doubles.

* In 2013 a total number of 86 different players played in singles and doubles.

* In 2014 a total number of 84 different players played in singles and doubles.

* In 2015 a total number of 81 different players played in singles and doubles.

* In 2016 a total number of 84 different players played in singles and doubles.

* In 2017 a total number of 85 different players played in singles and doubles.

* In 2018 a total number of 92 different players played in singles and doubles.

* In 2019 a total number of 92 different players played in singles and doubles.

* In 2009 17 players played singles and doubles. They were: Becker, Benneteau, Berdych, Blake, Haas, Isner, Kohlschreiber, Kubot, Llodra, F. Lopez, Melzer, Monaco, Petzschner, Robredo, Stepanek, Tsonga, Verdasco.

* In 2010 18 players played singles and doubles. They were: Almagro, Bai, Bellucci, Djokovic, Isner, Kohlschreiber, Kubot, Llodra, Lu, Mayer, Melzer, Querrey, Robredo, Stakhovsky, Tipsarevic, Tsonga, Youzhny, Z. Zhang.

* In 2011 22 players played singles and doubles. They were: Almagro, Anderson, Bellucci, Berdych, Bogomolov, Dodig, Fognini, Gong, Granollers, Kubot, Li, Llodra, Lopez F., Melzer, Nadal, Robredo, Stepanek, Tipsarevic, Troicki, Tursunov, Verdasco, Z. Zhang,

* In 2012 19 players played singles and doubles. They were: Anderson, Bellucci, Berdych, Berlocq, Cilic, Dolgopolov, Klizan, Li, Lopez, F, Melzer, Petzschner, Querrey, Raonic, Seppi, Stepanek, Tomic, Tsonga, Verdasco, Z. Zhang,

* In 2013 20 players played singles and doubles. They were: Anderson, Andujar, Benneteau, Berlocq, Del Potro, Dimitrov, Dodig, Federer, Fognini, Gong, Granollers, Kohlschreiber, Lopez, F, Mayer F, Pospisil, Rosol, Seppi, Tomic, Verdasco, Z. Zhang.

* In 2014 18 players played singles and doubles. They were: Bautista Agut, Benneteau, Chardy, Cilic, Cuevas, Dodig, Fognini, Giraldo, Granollers, F. Lopez, Mayer, Pospisil, Roger-Vasselin, Rosol, Sock, D. Wu, Youzhny, Z. Zhang

* In 2015 23 players played singles and doubles. They were Anderson, Bautista Agut, Bolelli, Chardy, Chevas, Fognini, Garcia Lopez, Goffin, Isner, Kyrgios, Kubot, F. Lopez, L. Mayer, Pospisil, Querrey, Robredo, Seppi, Sock, Thiem, Tomic, Troicki, D. Wu, Z. Zhang

* In 2016 20 players played singles and doubles. They were: Bautista Agut, Cilic, Cuevas, Ferrer, Granollers, Isner, Johnson, Klizan, F. Lopez, Li, Lorenzi, Pospisil, Querrey, Ramos Vinolas, Sock, Tsonga, Di Wu, Ze Zhang, A. Zverev.

* In 2017 18 players played singles and doubles. They were: Anderson, Cuevas, Fognini, Harrison, Isner, Kyrgios, F. Lopez, Lorenzi, Mannarino, Paire, Pouille, Ramos-Vinolas, Schwartzman, Sock, D. Wu, Y. Wu, Ze Zhang, M. Zverev.

* In 2018 13 players played singles and doubles. They were: Cecchinato, Chung, De Minaur, Ebden, Li, Mannarino, Monfils, Schwartzman, Seppi, Sock, Thiem, Tsitsipas, Zhang.

* In 2019 29 players played singles and doubles. They were: Albot, Auger Aliassime, Basilashvili, Berrettini, Chardy, Coric, Cuevas, De Minaur, Djokovic, Garin, Hurkacz, Isner, Khachanov, Krajinovic, Lajovic, Li Zhe, Monfils, Paire, Pella, Querrey, Ramos Vinolas, Rublev, Schwartzman, Shapovalov, Sousa, Struff, Tsitsipas, Verdasco, Zhang Ze.

* In 2009 seven players in the singles draw had won at least one title at the majors*: Nadal (6), Hewitt (2), Safin (2), del Potro (1), Djokovic (1), Ferrero (1), Roddick (1). Another four players had reached major finals: Gonzalez, Schuettler, Soderling, Tsonga.

* In 2010 four players in the singles draw had won at least one title at the majors*: Federer (16), Nadal (9), Djokovic (1), Roddick (1). Another five players had reached major finals: Baghdatis, Berdych, Soderling, Tsonga.

* In 2011 three players in the singles draw had won at least one title at the majors*: Nadal (10), Ferrero (1), Roddick (1). Another four players had reached major finals: Berdych, Murray, Nalbandian, Tsonga.

* In 2012 four players in the singles draw had won at least one title at the majors*: Federer (17), Djokovic (5), Hewitt (2), Murray (1). Another three players had reached major finals: Baghdatis, Berdych, Tsonga.

* In 2013 five players in the singles draw had won at least one title at the majors*: Federer (17), Nadal (13), Djokovic (6), Hewitt (2), Del Potro (1). Another three players had reached major finals: Ferrer, Berdych, Tsonga.

* In 2014 six players in the singles draw had won at least one title at the majors*: Federer (17), Nadal (14), Djokovic (7), Murray (2), Cilic (1), Wawrinka (1). Another three players had reached major: Ferrer, Berdych, Nishikori

* In 2015 six players in the singles draw had won at least one title at the majors*: Federer (17), Nadal (14), Djokovic (10), Murray (2), Wawrinka (2), Cilic (1). Another four players had reached major finals: Berdych, Ferrer, Nishikori, Tsonga.

* In 2016 six players in the singles draw had won at least one title at the majors*: Nadal (14), Djokovic (12), Murray (3), Wawrinka (3), Cilic (1), Del Potro (1). Another four players had reached major finals: Berdych, Ferrer, Raonic, Tsonga.

* In 2017 four players in the singles main draw had won at least one title at the majors*: Federer (20), Nadal (17), Cilic (1), Del Potro (1). Another one player had reached a major final: Anderson.

* In 2018 five players in the singles main draw had won at least one title at the majors*: Federer (20), Djokovic (14), Wawrinka (3), Cilic (1), Del Potro (1). Another three players had reached a major final: Anderson, Nishikori, Raonic.

* In 2019 four players in the singles main draw had won at least one title at the majors*: Federer (20), Djokovic (16), Murray (3), Cilic (1). Another two players had reached a major final: Medvedev, Thiem

* In 2009 six players in the singles draw had either won or reached the final of the Tennis Masters Cup (season-ending championship 2002, 2005-2008) when it was played in Shanghai. Winners were Djokovic, Hewitt. Finalists were Blake, Davydenko, Ferrer, Ferrero.

* In 2010 four players in the singles draw had either won or reached the final of the Tennis Masters Cup (season-ending championship 2002, 2005-2008) when it was played in Shanghai. Winners were: Djokovic, Federer. Finalists were: Davydenko, Ferrer.

* In 2011 three players in the singles draw had either won or reached the final of the Tennis Masters Cup (season-ending championship 2002, 2005-2008) when it was played in Shanghai. Winner was Nalbandian. Finalists were Ferrer, Ferrero

* In 2012 three players in the singles draw had either won or reached the final of the Tennis Masters Cup (season-ending championship 2002, 2005-2008) when it was played in Shanghai. Winners were Djokovic, Federer, Hewitt. Finalists were: —

* In 2013 four players in the singles draw had either won or reached the final of the Tennis Masters Cup (season-ending championship 2002, 2005-2008) when it was played in Shanghai. Winners were Djokovic, Federer, Hewitt. Finalist was: Ferrer

* In 2014 three players in the singles draw had either won or reached the final of the Tennis Masters Cup (season-ending championship 2002, 2005-2008) when it was played in Shanghai. Winners were Djokovic, Federer. Finalist was: Ferrer

* In 2015 three players in the singles draw had either won or reached the final of the Tennis Masters Cup (season-ending championship 2002, 2005-2008) when it was played in Shanghai. Winners were Djokovic, Federer. Finalist was Ferrer.

* In 2016 two players in the singles draw had either won or reached the final of the Tennis Masters Cup (season-ending championship 2002, 2005-2008) when it was played in Shanghai. Winner was Djokovic. Finalist was Ferrer

* In 2017 one player in the singles main draw had won or reached the final of the Tennis Masters Cup (season-ending championship 2002, 2005-2008) when it was played in Shanghai. Winner was Federer.

* In 2018 two players in the singles main draw had won or reached the final of the Tennis Masters Cup (season-ending championship 2002, 2005-2008) when it was played in Shanghai.
Winners were Djokovic, Federer.

* In 2019 two players in the singles main draw had won or reached the final of the Tennis Masters Cup (season-ending championship 2002, 2005-2008) when it was played in Shanghai.
Winners were Djokovic, Federer.

* In 2009 media from 10 nations attended the tournament: Argentina, Australia, China, Croatia, France, Japan, New Zealand, Spain, UK, USA.

* In 2010 media from 14 nations attended the tournament: Australia, China/Hong Kong, Denmark, France, Germany, Great Britain, Japan, South Korea, Russia, Spain, Switzerland, Uruguay, USA.

* In 2011 media from 11 nations attended the tournament: China, France, Great Britain, Spain, USA, India, Singapore, Australia, Philippines, Germany, South Korea.

* In 2012 media from 11 nations attended the tournament: China, France, Great Britain, Spain, USA, India, Australia, Philippines, South Korea, UAE, New Zealand

* In 2013 media from 14 nations attended the tournament: China, France, South Korea, New Zealand, Singapore, UK, Japan, Australia, USA, India, Spain, UAE, Italy, Malaysia

* In 2014 media from 12 nations attended the tournament: China, France, South Korea, New Zealand, UK, Japan, USA, India, Spain, Italy, Serbia, Iran

* In 2015 media from 11 nations attended the tournament: Australia, China, France, India, Japan, New Zealand, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland, UK, USA

* In 2016 media from 11 nations attended the tournament: Australia, China, France, India, Japan, Netherlands, New Zealand, South Korea, Spain, UK, USA

* In 2017 media from 12 nations attended the tournament: Australia, China, France, Germany, India, Italy, New Zealand, South Korea Spain, Switzerland, UK, USA

* In 2018 media from 11 nations attended the tournament: Australia, China, France, Germany, India, Japan, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland, UK, USA.

* In 2019 media from 10 nations attended the tournament: Australia, China, France, Germany, India, Japan, South Korea, Singapore, UK, USA.

* Majors means Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon or US Open
RSM General Information

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
RSM Traffic Information

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. 10 - Oct. 18 2020
11:00 am - 19:00 pm

Qizhong Tennis Center to Xinzhuang Station
Oct. 10 - Oct. 18 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. 10 to Oct. 18. The ticket costs RMB 10. Taxi service is available from Oct. 10 to Oct. 18; operates from the taxi stand locates at Gate 2 of Qizhong Tennis Center.
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