Next Gen: tennis centennial milestones

Next Gen: tennis centennial milestones

Clarification: The Next Gen Finals started in 2017 and was for those under the age of 21; We will take Next Gen in this note as those born from 1996 onwards.

From 5th to 8th of the ATP ranking, the Next Gen is registered: Medvedev, Tsitsipas, Zverev, and Berrettini are the centennials who register in the Top 10 of the ATP. What were your great triumphs?

DANIIL MEDVEDED (5th in the world, 11/02/1996)
Born in Moscow, the Bad Boy of his generation carries seven titles in his career, including the Cincinnati and Shanghai Masters in 2019. His great milestone was at the last US Open, where he reached the final and had Rafael Nadal on the ropes. , which led to a fifth set. He could not yet beat Nadal (0-3) or Federer (0-3); against Djokovic has two wins in six games.

STEFANOS TSITSIPAS (6th in the world, 08/12/1998)
The youngest in the Top 10. He has five titles, including the 2019 ATP Finals, and a good record against Big 3: 2-2 against Federer, 2-3 against Djokovic and he beat Nadal in brick dust (Madrid 2019 ). Outside of that triumph, he garnered 5 defeats against the manacorí.

ALEXANDER ZVEREV (7th in the world, 04/20/1997)
The German was the third best racket in the world at the age of 20, in a dream 2017: he won five titles, including the Masters in Rome and Canada. In 2018, he was champion of the ATP Finals and had a 2019 regular with a single conquest (Genoa), to reach 11 trophies in his showcases. 2020 had started it by going into the semifinals of the Australian Open. Against Big 3, he has a positive record, against Federer (4-3), a 2-3 against Djokovic and a single win against Nadal, with five defeats.

MATTEO BERRETTINI (8th in the world, 04/12/1996)
The Italian has less sign than the rest of the young people. He has three titles in his career and was a semifinalist of the last US Open. He still couldn’t beat Big 3: Federer (0-2), Nadal (0-1), and Novak Djokovic (0-1).

In the Top 20
-Andrey Rublev (14th in the world, 10/20/1997). 4 titles.
-Karen Khachanov (15th in the world, 05/21/1996). 4 titles.
-Denis Shapovalov (16th in the world, 04/15/1999). 1 title.
-Cristian Garin (18th in the world, 05/30/1996). 4 titles.
-Felix Auger-Aliassime (20th of the world, 08/08/2000). No titles

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