Shanghai Masters 2023: Where to watch, TV schedule, live streaming details and more?

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Reigning Wimbledon champion Carlos Alcaraz headlines the draw as the top seed in World No. 1 Novak Djokovic’s absence. The 20-year old will be making his debut at the venue. He won the Masters 1000 events in Madrid and Indian Wells earlier in the season and reached the final in Cincinnati.

Djokovic is the only player from the top 20 to not compete here, though he’ll return to action at the Paris Masters. He’s also the most successful player in the tournament’s history, having gone all the way in Shanghai four times so far.

Daniil Medvedev is the defending champion from when the tournament was held back in 2019. The Russian is seeded second and will be eyeing a third Masters title this year following his triumphs in Miami and Rome.

The tournament is also crucial for players vying to seal their spots in the ATP Finals. With 1000 points up for grabs, contenders like Taylor Fritz, Holger Rune, Casper Ruud and Stefanos Tsitsipas need a good week here to make the cut for the year-end championships.

With the sport’s leading stars in the mix this week, here’s how one can keep up with all the action taking place at the Shanghai Masters:

Shanghai Masters channel and live streaming list

Defending champion Daniil Medvedev is the second seed at the 2023 Shanghai Masters.
Defending champion Daniil Medvedev is the second seed at the 2023 Shanghai Masters.

Here’s a list of channels that will telecast the Shanghai Masters:

Astro Supersport – Malaysia, Brunei

beIN Sports – France, Monaco, Mauritius, Andorra and French speaking African territories

BeTV – Belgium

Sky Sports – UK, Republic of Ireland

Canal+ – Vietnam

C More (Canal+ Nordics) – Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland

CCTV, iQIYI, MTG – China

Cyta – Cyprus

Digi Sport – Hungary, Romania

ESPN International – Latin America

Fox Sports – Netherlands

Gaora Sports, NHK – Japan

Globosat – Brazil

Now TV – Hong Kong

Polsat – Poland

RTS – Serbia

SGS – Shanghai

Sino Catch – Taiwan

Sky Deutschland – Germany, Austria, Switzerland

Sky Italia – Italy, San Marino, Vatican City

Sony ESPN – Indian subcontinent

Sport TV – Portugal

Telefonica/Movistar – Spain

Tennis Channel – USA

Tolano – Czech Republic, Slovakia

TSN – Canada

Live streaming will also be available on Tennis TV.

Source:    Sportskeeda  Edited by Rohit