How was the year of the qualifiers for the Next Gen finals?


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How was the year of the qualifiers for the Next Gen finals?

The ATP Next Gen, which will be held in Milan from November 9 to 13, has everything ready: confirmed players and groups. In this way, know how was the year of each of those classified for this contest.

Carlos Alcaraz (35 °): the Spaniard, the top candidate, won the Oeiras Challenger, where he defeated Facundo Bagnis and the Umag ATP 250, defeating Richard Gasquet in the final with a resounding 6-2 6-2. Also, in this year, He competed in all Grand Slam tournaments, with the US Open quarterfinals being his best participation (he beat Stefanos Tsitsipas).

Sebastian Korda (39 °): the American, second seeded, achieved the Challenger of Quimper and the ATP 250 from Parma, where he beat Marco Cecchinato in straight sets. In addition, he reached the final in Delray Beach (he was defeated by Hubert Hurkacz), the quarterfinals in Miami and the eighth at Wimbledon..

Brandon Nakashima (65th): also from the United States, reached two ATP finals, in Los Cabos and Atlanta, in both fell to Cameron Norrie and John Isner, respectively. While arrived, as in 2020, to the second round of the US Open. In Challengers tournaments, he established himself in Quimper II and Brest.

Lorenzo Musetti (67 °): Italian lost two Challengers finals (in Antalya and Biella, respectively). Secondly, He managed to play, except for the Australian Open, all the Grand Slam tournaments plus the Tokyo Olympics (he lost in his debut): he got into the round of 16 at Roland Garros.

Juan Manuel Cerúndolo (85 °): the 19-year-old Argentine had a consecrating year and In his first ATP tournament, he was crowned at 250 in Córdoba, where he defeated Albert Ramos Viñolas in the final. Too played five Challengers finals, having won three of them (in Rome, Como and Banja Luka).

Sebastián Báez (111 °): another from Argentina. The 20-year-old tennis player born in San Martín, reached eight! definitions in Challengers and was able to raise five trophies (in Concepción, Santiago I, Zagreb, Santiago III and Buenos Aires). Báez played the ATP 500 in Hamburg and won in his debut against Corentin Moutet, but was unable to appear in the second round due to Covid-19.

Holger Rune (118 °): the one born in Denmark, barely 18 years old, He reached four Finals of Challengers tournaments and was able to get three titles (in Biella 7, San Marino and Verona).

Hugo Gaston (103 °): French, 21 years old, recently reached the quarterfinals of the Masters 1000 in Paris and will climb to 67th place in the world rankings. Secondly, he made four finals in Challengers tournaments, although he could not crown any. Same case in Gstaad’s ATP definition, in which he lost to Casper Ruud in straight sets.


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