There will be no Berrettini e Sinner, the first qualified for the ATP Finals in Turin and the second who instead gave up as first on the list, but the Next Gen ATP Finals 2021 which will be played a Milano promise show. It starts today, with the first group matches, to decide the winner on Saturday.
Next Gen ATP Finals 2021 in Milan, the meetings begin
Eight of the best Under 21 tennis players in the world on the pitch: 18-year-old Spaniard Carlos Alcaraz, seeded number 1 on his debut at the event, will lead Group A alongside Brandon Nakashima (USA), Juan Manuel Cerundolo (Argentina) and Holger Vitus Nodskov Rune (Denmark). Lorenzo Musetti will have the honor of holding up the flag in front of the Milan public, who for the fourth time will be able to attend the event scheduled at the Allianz Cloud in Piazza Stuparich. The 19-year-old will compete in Group B and will face off against Sebastian Korda (USA, seeded number two), Sebastian Baez (Argentina) and Hugo Gaston (France).
Jannik Sinner is also in the golden register of the tournament
The names of Hyeon Chung, Stefanos Tsitsipas and Jannik Sinner appear in the golden book of the tournament: “We want to continue to have a great tournament on a global level here in the North”, the thought of the president of Federtennis, Angelo Binaghi. “And tennis must not be just Rome” echoed Martina Riva, councilor for sport, tourism and youth policies of the Municipality of Milan. For all information about to purchase tickets for the Next Gen Atp Finals 2021 in Milan CLICK HERE.