The Next Gen ATP Finals 2021 already have the participants to raise the curtain in Milan next week. With the absences of Jannik Sinner, Félix Auger-Aliassime and Jenson Brooksby, the emergence of a “little” Frenchman just in Paris confirmed the last place: Hugo Gaston.
With just over two years as a professional and more and more presence in level tournaments seeking to break into the Top 100 of the ATP ranking, Gaston broke that important barrier for a tennis player that gives him financial and sports security.
In just one week, not only has he managed to make his debut in that select club, but he has also made sure to leave the Masters 1000 in Paris-Bercy, at least in the 67th place in the world, improving 36 places. And the end-of-season award is his inclusion among the best tennis players 21 and under.
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The field is set 🔒
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