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The Shanghai Masters will take place from 4-15 October in the biggest Chinese city for the first time since 2019. All of the top 10 players other than the world No. 1 Novak Djokovic will participate in the tournament, fighting for 1000 points and lucrative prize money. In the following lines, we will take a look at the Shanghai Masters betting odds and the Shanghai Masters favourites to win the tournament.
Shanghai Masters seeds
1. Carlos Alcaraz 7/4 (2.75)
The world No. 2 is the top seed and given the Shanghai Masters odds odds, the main favorite to win the tournament. Alcaraz has failed to win the last three tournament he played at. After the Cincinnati Masters and the US Open, the Spaniard lost in the Beijing semifinals to Jannik Sinner. Alcaraz has won 6 titles so far this season, with Wimbledon being the most prestigious one. The 20-years-old also won the titles in Queen’s Club, Madrid, Barcelona, Indian Wells and Buenos Aires. Currently, he is 63-8 for the season and 24-5 on hard surface. Alcaraz will start the tournament in the second round against the winner of the match between Nuno Borges and Gregoire Barrere.
2. Daniil Medvedev 6/1 (7.00)
Medvedev is ranked third in the world and will arrive in Shanghai after playing the final in Beijing. Medvedev won the Shanghai Masters in 2019. This season, the Russian won five titles in Rome, Miami, Dubai, Doha and Rotterdam. Currently, he is 59-12 for the season and 37-6 on hard surface. He will start the tournament in the second round against the winner of the match between Aleksander Kovacevic and Crisitan Garin.
3. Stefanos Tsitsipas 11/1 (12.00)
Tsitsipas had many ups and downs this season but he still holds to the fifth place in the rankings. The Greek is 43-19 for the season and 17-7 on hard surface. He won only one titles so far this year lifting the trophy in Los Cabos which was his third final of the season. Tsitsipas lost in the opening round in Beijing last week to Nicolas Jarry. His best result in Shanghai was the semifinal in 2019. He will start the tournament in the second round against the winner of the match between Rinky Hijikata and Laslo Djere.
4. Jannik Sinner 11/1 (12.00)
Sinner is the last player to defeat Alcaraz this season and he will play in the final in Beijing before moving to Shanghai. The Italian is currently 7th in the rankings having a 48-13 record for the season including 25-6 on hard surface. The 22-year-old won two titles this season, in Toronto and Montpellier. He will make his debut in Shanghai this year and will start the tournament in the second round against the winner of the match between Marcos Giron and Daniel Elahi Galan.
5. Alexander Zverev 12/1 (13.00)
Zverev is back among the top 10 players in the world for the first time this season. The German is 20-12 in 2023 and 22-11 on hard surface. He won two titles this season, in his hometown Hamburg and recently in Chengdu. In 2019, he made it to the finals in Shanghai losing to Medvedev. Zverev will start the tournament this year in the second round against the winner of the match between Roman Safiulin and Andy Murray.
6. Alex de Minaur 19/1 (20.00)
De Minaur is having the best ranking of his career being 12th in the world. The Australian is 40-22 for the season and 25-11 on hard surface. He won one title this season in Acapulco and lost the finals in Toronto, Los Cabos and the Queen’s Club. De Minaur has never made it past the round of 16 in Shanghai. He will start the tournament in the second round against the winner of the match between Arthur Rinderknech and Fabian Maroszan.
7. Andrey Rublev 19/1 (20.00)
Rublev is sixth in the rankings and is coming off a tough loss to Ugo Humbert in the second round in Beijing. The Russian is 47-20 for the season and 18-11 on hard surface. He won in Bastaad and Monte Carlo this year and his best result in Shanghai is the round of 16 in 2019. Rublev will start the tournament in the second round against the winner of the match between Arslan Karatsev and Quentin Halys.
8. Casper Ruud 19/1 (20.00)
Ruud has failed to ninth place in the rankings after being second earlier this year. The Norwegian is 33-19 for the season and 9-10 on hard surface. This season, Ruud won the title in Estoril and will make his debut in Shanghai. He will start the tournament in the second round against the winner of the match between Daniel Altmaire and Yoshihito Nishioka.
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