Closing of the historic day in Milan. Sebastián Báez (111th ATP) beat local Lorenzo Musetti (58th) to become the first Argentine celebration in the history of the Next Gen Finals tournament.
It was 4-1, 4-1, 3-4 (5) and 4-3 (5) for the man from Billinghurst who, in this way, leads group B with American Sebastian Korda (39th) who could with the French Hugo Gaston (67 °).
It should be remembered that in the first turn, Juan Manuel Cerúndolo (91st) lost to Brandon Nakashima (63rd) with partials of 4-1, 3-4 (3), 4-1, 4-0 in an hour and a half of play being the first Argentine and South American to go out on the court in the Next Gen Finals played in Milan, Italy.
It is worth noting that the tournament that meets its fourth edition has a game format with matches to the best of five sets but these being four games (also with a decisive point when the score reaches 40-40), with a tiebreak if it reaches the 3-3, and the top two from each group will advance to the semifinals.