Rafael Nadal
Rafael Nadal

With the Shanghai Rolex Masters 2019 getting underway next week, there will a few ATP players absenting themselves from the tournament due to their prevailing injuries. However, all the former champions, Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic, and Andy Murray will be present for this year’s edition of the Chinese Masters event.

Rafael Nadal

Rafael Nadal Shanghai Rolex Masters 2019
Rafael Nadal

World Number two, Rafael Nadal became the recent casualties of the tournament as he withdrew due to his prevailing wrist injury.

Read More – Rafael Nadal Pulls Out of the Shanghai Rolex Masters 2019

Juan Martin del Potro

Del Potro Shanghai Rolex Masters 2019
Del Potro suffers a knee-fracture at the Shanghai masters 1000 in 2018

The Argentine, Del Potro has recovered from his right kneecap injury and the surgery took place in the month of June this year. He will be returning to the ATP circuit in the third week of October.

Read More – Juan Martin Del Potro Announces His Return To ATP Tour in 2019

Stan Wawrinka

Stan Wawrinka Shanghai Rolex Masters 2019
Stan Wawrinka

This year’s US Open quarterfinalist, Stan Wawrinka has withdrawn from Shanghai Rolex Masters 2019 due to his on-going knee injury.

Kevin Anderson

Kevin Anderson Shanghai Rolex Masters 2019
Kevin Anderson

The South African tennis player, Anderson has been sidelined for the rest of the tennis season 2019. He will be working upon his recuperation and will be aiming to get fit for the next tennis season.

Read More – Injury Woes Continue For Kevin Anderson as He Concludes His Tennis Season 2019

Nick Kyrgios

Nick Kyrgios Shanghai Rolex Masters 2019
Nick Kyrgios

The Australian tennis player, Nick Kyrgios has taken some time off from tennis and will be recovering from his shoulder and collarbone injury.

Read More – Nick Kyrgios To Miss Shanghai Rolex Masters 2019

Milos Raonic 

Shanghai Rolex Masters 2019
Milos Raonic

The Canadian, Milos Raonic has been sidelined from the Asian swing. He has been dealing with a back and glute issue for a long time now.

Kei Nishikori 

Kei Nishikori Shanghai Rolex Masters 2019
Kei Nishikori

The Asian star of tennis, Kei Nishikori called off his Asian swing this year due to his elbow injury. He also missed his favorite tournament Rakuten Japan Open 2019 pertaining to his injury woes.

Read More – Kei Nishikori to Miss Asian Swing Due To Elbow Injury

Laslo Djere

Felix Auger-Aliassime Shanghai Rolex Masters 2019
Laslo Djere

The Serbian professional, Djere is dealing with an illness and he hasn’t played since losing in the first round of the US Open 2019.

Thanasi Kokkinakis

Madrid Open 2019 Shanghai Rolex Masters 2019

The Australian, Thanasi Kokkinakis is tackling with a shoulder injury.

Grigor Dimitrov

Grigor Dimitrov
Grigor Dimitrov (Photo by Brad Penner/USTA)

Grigor Dimitrov will not be present in Shanghai. After his impressive run at US Open 2019, the Bulgarian just won a match at the Asian swing.

Janko Tipsarevic

Shanghai Rolex Masters 2019

The Serbian, Tipsarevic will be calling off his career this year but currently, his ankle is causing him trouble.

Pierre-Hugues Herbert

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga Shanghai Rolex Masters 2019
Pierre-Hugues Herbert

He has been sidelined from the Shanghai Rolex Masters 2019 due to an injury in his quadriceps.

Tomas Berdych

Shanghai Rolex Masters 2019

The Czech tennis player, Berdych has been having an injury-prone 2019 season with issues in his back and left hip.

Casper Ruud

Christian Garin Shanghai Rolex Masters 2019
Casper Ruud

The Norwegian tennis player, Ruud is down with an illness and he retired from the opening round of the Zhuhai Chmapionships.

Ivo Karlovic

Ivo Karlovic Shanghai Rolex Masters 2019
Ivo Karlovic

The big server, Ivo Karlovic’s injury issues are undisclosed. He retired from the opening round of US Open 2019.

Mackenzie McDonald

Western & Southern Open 2019
Mackenzie McDonald

He has been sidelined due to a hamstring injury.

Dusan Lajovic

Dominic Thiem Shanghai Rolex Masters 2019
Dusan Lajovic

The Serbian tennis player, Dusan Lajovic is out from this year’s Shanghai Rolex Masters 2019.