How to buy the 2017 Shanghai Masters Tickets onlineThe Shanghai Masters is one of the nine World Tour Masters 1000 Series events and chronologically, it is the eighth Masters tournament on the tour. Get all the information on the Shanghai Masters tickets below.

Andy Murray is the defending champion at the Shanghai Masters that will be played between October 7 and 15 in China and you can buy its tickets online.

The tournament is played towards the end of the season in a build up to the prestigious ATP World Tour Finals, which plays a crucial role in determining the world rankings. Moreover, Shanghai Masters is the only major ATP tennis tournament that is played in Asia.

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The tickets for the 2017 Shanghai Masters are already on sale on the official website of the tournament.

For the first five days of the event, including the qualifiers, the tickets are priced at a starting rate of $24. This will fetch you a seat in the uppermost rows of the stadium. As you descend lower, the prices increase. The best seats in these rows can be bought for $70.

For tickets in the VIP Zone in either Platinum, Silver or Gold categories, the prices range between $100 – $535, depending on the day of play and category of seat chosen. However, keep in mind that these seats are placed closest to the court and the view from here is worth every cent you pay.

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For quarter-finals, the ticket in upper rows can be bought for $42, while the same category seats for semifinals and final start at $74. The seats in lower rows can go anywhere in the range of $164 – $241.

As for the VIP Zone, the ticket prices start at $610 for quarter-finals, while for the final day, the same can range anywhere between $1,067 – $1,373.

You can also consider Steve Furgal’s International Tennis Tours, if you are planning to visit Shanghai. They are the official traveling partner of the Shanghai Rolex Masters and for $3,500 per person, you get VIP court-side box tickets for four sessions, ranging from round of 16 to final. The package also includes food and drink.

You can find more details for the Shanghai Masters tickets for the last few rounds here.