Sebastián Báez, second Argentine classified to the Next Gen Finals


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Sebastián Báez, second Argentine classified to the Next Gen Finals

The good news continues for Argentine tennis, because this Tuesday it was confirmed that Sebastián Báez (111º) will replace the American Jenson Brooksby (56th), will join Juan Manuel Cerúndolo (85th) and will play the Next Gen Finals, a tournament that brings together the best U21 players of the season.

In this way, the porteño, 20 years old and 170 centimeters tall, the youngest in history to win five Challengers in one year (shouted champion in five: Concepción, Santiago, Zagreb, Santiago III and Buenos Aires) and debuted on the ATP circuit, it will be the first South American, along with the youngest of the brothers, to participate in the event.

Consequently, Báez, if there are no changes, joins the Italians Jannik Sinner (9th), who still has a chance to access the ATP Finals, and Lorenzo Musetti (67th), to the Americans Sebastian Korda (39th) and Brandon Nakashima (65th), To Spanish Carlos Alcaraz (35º) and to norwegian Holger Rune.


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