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The Shanghai Challenger is an annual outdoor hard court tournament held in Shanghai, China. This year’s tourney will be the fifth edition in tournament history which makes the event one of the youngest Challenger level competitions.

Being an Asian tournament, it’s no surprise that three out of the past four winners were Asians. In 2012 it was Lu Yen Hsun who emerged victorious, followed by Japanese winners Yuichi Sugita (2013) and Yoshihito Nishioka last year. The total prize money for the tournament will be north of €50.000, most of which will find its way to the pocket of champion. That player won’t be Yoshihito Nishioka, who decided to take a break after winning the qualifiers and reaching the second round in the US Open (where he was defeated by 30 th seed Thomaz Bellucci). Top seed Tatsuma Ito and second seed Go Soeda has already been defeated in the tournament, leaving the trophy up for grabs. In their absence fourth seed Yuki Bhambri or seventh seed Peter Gojowczyk could very well find a way to the final where they could almost certainly represent their country with winning chances. The German plays extremely well on quicker surfaces which could give him the upper hand against any of the remaining players without exception.

If not the Indian or the German, Thomas Fabbiano or Marco Trungelliti (the players who defeated Ito and Soeda respectively) could also have finals chances.

Posted: 2nd September 2014

Shanghai Challenger 2014 is the most interesting tennis events that is played under the label of ATP Challenger Tour and is going to be played between 2nd to 7th of September.

It will be played on the hard courts and is taking place at Shanghai, China. This tournament purses huge prize money of 50,000 dollars for the winning player. It is the 4th edition of the event taking place under the umbrella of ATP Challenger Tour and is expected to be the most challenging event of the year.

In the year 2013, men’s single was won by Japanese player Yuichi Sugita and the double was crowned to Thailand’s talented players Sanchai Ratiwatana and Sonchat Ratiwatana.

This year too tough matches are expected between the tennis rivals as many talented players are witnessed to taking part in this prestigious tournament.

Some names of the single main entrants are Go Soeda, Yuki Bhambri, Somdev Devvarman, Luca Vanni, James Duckworth, Zhang Ze, Thomas Fabbiano, Wu Di and the list goes on.

Tennis lovers across the globe are heading towards Shanghai to watch some exciting matches this year. Tickets are available online 24*7 just fire on your laptop to grab your seat.

Posted: 2nd September 2013

The 2013 Challenger Shanghai is one of the professional tennis tournaments. This tournament is a part of Association of Tennis Professional’s Challenger Tour.

This tournament is being held in Shanghai, China and the matches will be conducted during the period of 2nd of September and 8th of September 2013. This tournament is played on hard surface.

In 2012, in Singles Chinese Taipie Player Lu Yen Hsun had become the Champion and in Doubles, players Sanchai Ratiwatana and Sonchat Ratiwatana represented Thailand secured the championship.

The following players are to be played in this tournament. Kavcic, Blaz (SLO), Bolt, Alex (AUS), Wu, Di (CHN), Gong, Mao-Xin (CHN), Na, Jung-Woong (KOR), Lim, Yong-Kyu (KOR), Kondo, Hiroki (JPN), Zhang, Ze (CHN), Sugita, Yuichi (JPN), Wang, Chieh-Fu (TPE), Wang, Chuhan (CHN), Venus, Michael (NZL), Sitak, Artem (NZL), Statham, Jose (rubin) (NZL), Sekiguchi, Shuichi (JPN), Jaziri, Malek (TUN), Moriya, Hiroki (JPN), Wang, Ruikai (CHN), Ouyang, Bowen (CHN), Kudryavtsev, Alexander (RUS), Nam, Ji Sung (KOR), Yang, Tsung-Hua (TPE), Jeong, Suk-Young(KOR), Ito, Tatsuma (JPN), Huang, Liang-Chi (TPE), Matsui, Toshihide (JPN), Udomchoke, Danai (THA), Chen, Ti (TPE), Uchiyama, Yasutaka (JPN), Zhang, Zhizhen (CHN), Bai, Yan (CHN) and Mitchell, Benjamin (AUS).

The result and further details of this tournament can be collected online through their official and other sponsored sites.

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Wu to face Lu for Shanghai Challenger title, ATP World Tour, Tennis

Player Results Tournament Results Yibing Rides Winning Wave Into First Final

Wu Yibing is the youngest Asian-born Challenger finalist since Kei Nishikori in 2007. © Wu Yibing Official Fans Club (LiuPing)

Success is coming sooner than Wu Yibing expected. The 17-year-old Chinese prospect only won the US Open junior singles and doubles titles less than two weeks ago in New York.

Now he stands one match away from landing his maiden ATP Challenger Tour title on home soil in Shanghai. Top seed, Chinese Taipei’s Yen-Hsun Lu, is his final hurdle.

And Wu realises how great a hurdle that is, with Lu’s 29-title haul making him the all-time Challenger leader. Lu holds a 20-3 record in Challenger finals since 2008.

“I played him last month in the Chengdu semi-finals, lost to him in the final set,” Wu said. “I know he is better than me, especially from the baseline but in that match, my serve and return were performing really well. I will get my mind prepared for the final, focus on my game. If he thinks he needs to change things against me, maybe that will be my chance.”

As the youngest Asian-born Challenger finalist since Kei Nishikori in 2007 (Carson, USA), Wu is already wary of expectations mounting. This week he took down second-seeded Canadian Peter Polansky and Japan’s No. 5 seed Hiroki Moriya en route to the semi-finals where he defeated experienced German Matthias Bachinger 7-5, 7-5 for a place in the final.

“I am more focused on tennis now. That’s why I am playing better than before,” he said. “I also can feel the support from all the fans, lots of them come here to cheer for me.

“That gave me extra strength to do better. To be honest, this is the toughest day for me since I got back to China [from the United States]. I am still fighting the jet leg, can barely sleep at night, but luckily it didn’t affect my matches.”

Win or lose Sunday’s final, Wu is set to make his ATP World Tour debut in this month's Chengdu Open. And as the best-finishing Chinese player in the Shanghai Challenger he has earned a wild card into the Shanghai Rolex Masters.

“I am very excited to play in Chengdu,” he said. “That will be my first ATP World Tour main draw match, but right now I will focus on [the] final.”

  • A battle of 17-year-old #NextGenATP vs. 34-year-old veteran, Wu is half Lu's age. It is the biggest age difference in a Challenger final since May 2016, when Karen Khachanov (19) beat Ruben Ramirez Hidalgo (38) in Samarkand, Uzbekistan.
  • At 17 years, 11 months, Wu is the youngest Asian-born Challenger finalist since Kei Nishikori in 2007 (Carson, USA). Nishikori was six months younger at the time of his first final.
  • Wu is bidding to become the youngest Asian-born Challenger titleist since 17-year-old Evgeny Korolev, of Kazakhstan, won in Aachen, Germany, in 2005.
  • Wu is the fourth different player aged 17 and under to reach a Challenger final this year, joining Canadians Denis Shapovalov and Felix Auger-Aliassime and Spain's Nicola Kuhn. All three won titles.
  • Wu is bidding to become the fourth player in the past five years to win a junior Grand Slam title and a Challenger crown in the same season. Nick Kyrgios did it in 2013, Alexander Zverev in 2014 and Taylor Fritz in 2015.
  • While Wu will be making his debut in a Challenger final, Lu is appearing in an unprecedented 46th. He is seeking to become the first player in Challenger history to win 30 titles.

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2015 Shanghai Challenger - Infogalactic: the planetary knowledge core

2015 Shanghai Challenger

The 2015 Shanghai Challenger was a professional tennis tournament played on hard courts. It was the fifth edition of the tournament which was part of the 2015 ATP Challenger Tour. It took place in Shanghai, China between 7 and 13 September 2015.

Seeds
  • 1 Rankings are as of August 31, 2015.
Other entrants

The following players received wildcards into the singles main draw:

  • Bai Yan
  • Yecong He
  • Runhao Hua
  • Zhizhen Zhang

The following players received entry courtesy of a protected ranking:

The following players received entry from the qualifying draw:

  • Sriram Balaji
  • Daniil Medvedev
  • Nicolas Meister
  • Andrew Whittington

2017 Shanghai Challenger

2017 Shanghai Challenger

The 2017 Shanghai Challenger was a professional tennis tournament played on hard courts. It was the seventh edition of the tournament which was part of the 2017 ATP Challenger Tour. It took place in Shanghai, China between 11 and 17 September 2017.

Singles main draw entrants
  • 1 Rankings are as of 28 August 2017.
Other entrants

The following players received wildcards into the singles main draw:

  • Sun Fajing
  • Wang Chuhan
  • Wu Yibing
  • Zhang Zhizhen

The following player received entry into the singles main draw using a protected ranking:

  • Bradley Klahn

The following players received entry from the qualifying draw:

  • Yuya Kibi
  • Bradley Mousley
  • Kento Takeuchi
  • Xia Zihao

Singles
  • Wu Yibing def. Lu Yen-hsun 7–6 (8–6) , 0–0 ret.
  • Toshihide Matsui / Yi Chu-huan def. Bradley Klahn / Peter Polansky 6–7 (1–7) , 6–4, [10–5].

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