Novak Djokovic in the semi-final of the Australian Open 2019, Melbourne
Novak Djokovic in the semi-final of the Australian Open 2019, Melbourne | (Photo credit should read JEWEL SAMAD/AFP/Getty Images)

ATP Shanghai Rolex Masters 2019 | Latest Tennis Schedule, Draws & Results

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  • Top Seeds: Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer, Daniil Medvedev, Dominic Thiem
  • Defending champion: Novak Djokovic
  • British Interest: Kyle Edmund, Andy Murray [PR], Dan Evans [Q], Cameron Norrie [Q]
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BEIJING, CHINA – Roger Federer makes his return to the tour, a week after top seed Novak Djokovic, who has been in decent form in Tokyo.


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Tournament Fast Facts

Level ATP 500
Surface Hard (O)
Singles Draw 56
Doubles Draw 24
Prize Money $8,322,885
Top seeds Novak Djokovic [1]

Roger Federer [2]

Daniil Medvedev [3]

Dominic Thiem [4]

Alexander Zverev [5]

Stefanos Tsitsipas [6]

Karen Khachanov [7]

Roberto Bautista Agut [8]

Top Half Novak Djokovic [1]

Stefanos Tsitsipas [6]

Daniil Medvedev [3]

Karen Khachanov [7]

Bottom Half Roberto Bautista Agut [8]

Dominic Thiem [4]

Aexander Zverev [5]

Roger Federer [2]


Draw & Results

Tournament Website
Order of Play


SF 12-Oct
D Medvedev [3] (RUS) 76(5)  75 S Tsitsipas [6] (GRE)
A Zverev [5] (GER) 63 64 M Berrettini [11] (ITA)
QF 11-Oct
D Medvedev [3] (RUS) 63 76(4) F Fognini [10] (ITA)
S Tsitsipas [6] (GRE) 36 75 63 N Djokovic [1] (SRB)
A Zverev [5] (GER) 63 67(7) 63 R Federer [2] (SUI)
M Berrettini [11] (ITA) 76(8) 64 D Thiem [4] (AUT)
R3 10-Oct
F Fognini [10] (ITA) 63 75 K Khachanov [7] (RUS)
D Medvedev [3] (RUS) 76(7) 75 V Pospisil [Q] (CAN)
M Berrettini [11] (ITA) 76(5) 64 R Bautista-Agut [8] (ESP)
N Djokovic [1] (SRB) 75 63 J Isner [16] (USA)
S Tsitsipas [6] (GRE) 75 36 76(5) H Hurkacz (POL)
R Federer [2] (SUI) 76(7) 64 D Goffin [13] (BEL)
D Thiem [4] (AUT) 63 64 N Basilashvili [15] (GEO)
A Zverev [5] (GER) 60 76(4) A Rublev (RUS)
R2 09-Oct
N Djokovic [1] (SRB) 63 63 D Shapovalov (CAN)
D Thiem [4] (AUT) 76(3) 63 P Carreno Busta[Q] (ESP)
A Zverev [5] (GER) 76(13) 76(3) J Chardy [Q] (FRA)
S Tsitsipas [6] (GRE) 76(3) 76(3) F Auger-Aliassime (CAN)
K Khachanov [7] (RUS) 62 64 T Fritz (USA)
R Bautista-Agut [8] (ESP) 64 75 R Opelka (USA)
M Berrettini [11] (ITA) 63 63 C Garin (CHI)
D Goffin [13] (BEL) 62 30 RET M Kukushkin (KAZ)
J Isner [16] (USA) 75 63 L Pouille (FRA)
A Rublev (RUS) 62 60 J Millman [SE] (AUS)
R2 08-Oct
R Federer [2] (SUI) 62 76(5) A Ramos-Vinolas (ESP)
D Medvedev [3] (RUS) 63 61 C Norrie [Q] (GBR)
H Hurkacz (POL) 62 76(1) G Monfils [9] (FRA)
F Fognini [10] (ITA) 76(4) 26 76(2) A Murray [WC] (GBR)
N Basilashvili [15] (GEO) 64 16 61 B Paire (FRA)
V Pospisil [Q] (CAN) 63 75 J Sousa (POR)
R1 08-Oct
M Berrettini [11] (ITA) 62 61 J-L Struff (GER)
A Rublev (RUS) 64 76(4) B Coric [12] (CRO)
D Goffin [13] (BEL) 62 63 R Gasquet (FRA)
J Isner [16] (USA) 76(1) 64 A De Minaur (AUS)
F Auger-Aliassime (CAN) 76(5) 40 RET A Bublik [Q] (KAZ)
J Millman [SE] (AUS) 63 75 G Pella (ARG)
R Opelka (USA) 63 64 D Lajovic (SRB)
L Pouille (FRA) 67(4) 64 64 Li Z [WC] (CHN)
R1 07-Oct
C Norrie [Q] (GBR) 75 62 G Simon (FRA)
A Ramos-Vinolas (ESP) 64 64 M Cilic (CRO)
D Shapovalov (CAN) 64 62 F Tiafoe (USA)
F Fognini [10] (ITA) 64 62 S Querrey (USA)
V Pospisil [Q] (CAN) 76(2) 62 D Schwartzman [14] (ARG)
B Paire (FRA) 62 75 M Cecchinato [Q] (ITA)
C Garin (CHI) 61 64 P Cuevas (URU)
J Chardy [Q] (FRA) 64 76(3) K Edmund (GBR)
G Monfils [9] (FRA) 75 67(1) 63 L Sonego (ITA)
A Murray [WC] (GBR) 26 62 63 JI Londero [Q] (ARG)
M Kukushkin (KAZ) 76(4) 64 M Kecmanovic (SRB)
P Carreno Busta[Q] (ESP) 63 26 64 Zhang Ze [WC] (CHN)
R1 06-Oct
N Basilashvili [15] (GEO) 46 61 63 R Albot (MDA)
T Fritz (USA) 76(2) 67(5) 64 F Verdasco (ESP)
H Hurkacz (POL) 76(5) 64 Zhang Zh [WC] (CHN)
J Sousa (POR) 26 64 76(5) F Krajinovic (SRB)



[1] Novak Djokovic

After the uncertainty of injury niggles over the summer for the World No. 1 he has been making waves on his Tokyo debut and setting his form up well for the end of the season, and the penultimate Masters 1000 event.

On paper, this is a solid draw for the four-time and defending champion with either tied or winning records over his potential opponents, but it will be interesting to see how he handles Daniil Medvedev. The man was in superb form in the us hard court summer, and has won his last two matches against Djokovic.

Djokovic’s Path to the Final (Ranking/Seeding)

  • R1: BYE
  • R2: Denis Shapovalov
  • R3: John Isner [16]
  • QF: Stefanos Tsitsipas [6]
  • SF: Daniil Medvedev [3]
  • F: Roger Federer [2]


[2] Roger Federer

Roger Federer in the quarter-final of Roland Garros 2019, France
Roger Federer in the quarter-final of Roland Garros 2019, France | © TENNIS PHOTO NETWORK

It has been a long break for Federer, who has secured his spot at the ATP Finals and with no Davis Cup final to worry about, he can concentrate on a final push to conclude in London.

A two-time champion in Shanghai, Federer’s path looks fine until he reaches the semi-final, where he trails Thiem in their head to head, and of course Djokovic. Both will be just a tough more match-sharp, but with Paris coming up indoors, expect Federer to pick up momentum.

Federer’s Path to the Final (Ranking/Seeding)

  • R1: BYE
  • R2: Marin Cilic
  • R3: David Goffin [13]
  • QF: Alexander Zverev [5]
  • SF: Dominic Thiem [4]
  • F: Novak Djokovic [1]


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[3] Daniil Medvedev

Daniil Medvedev in the fourth round of the US Open 2019, New York USA
Daniil Medvedev in the fourth round of the US Open 2019, New York USA | (Photo by Mike Stobe/Getty Images)

The man of the summer had to be the slender Russian. Medvedev made five finals back to back, winning two of them, including claiming his maiden Masters title, so how will the draw treat him?

It could be a tricky start though – he has yet to win against the Frenchman, but he could at least edge a little further than his second round of last year.

Medvedev’s Path to the Final (Ranking/Seeding)

  • R1: BYE
  • R2: Gilles Simon
  • R3: Diego Schwartzman [14]
  • QF: Karen Khachanov [7]
  • SF: Novak Djokovic [1]
  • F: Roger Federer [2]


[4] Dominic Thiem

Thiem has been making the most of the end of a disappointing US hard-court summer with reaching the final in Beijing, as he too closes in to the end of his season.

However it might be a little tricky. He has tricky match-ups until he gets to the semi-final, and even though he has a winning record over Federer, he will have an uphill task if he makes it to a final against Djokovic.

Thiem’s Path to the Final (Ranking/Seeding)

  • R1: BYE
  • R2: Zhang Ze [WC]
  • R3: Nikoloz Basilashvili [15]
  • QF: Roberto Bautista Agut [8]
  • SF: Roger Federer [2]
  • F: Novak Djokovic [1]


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The Shanghai Rolex Masters takes place between 7-13 October (+7 hours BST).


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