The NextGen ATP Finals 2021 will be the 4th edition of the NextGen finals, the year-end championships for players aged 21 and less. It is planned in a similar way as the ATP Finals but this is reserved for only young players and in the 3 editions so far, 2018 winner Stefanos Tsitsipas and 2019 winner Jannik Sinner have made a name for themselves on the ATP Tour.
The 2020 edition was cancelled due to the Pandemic and it made Sinner the defending champion for this year. The Italian however chose to withdraw his participation in the hopes of qualifying for the 2021 ATP Finals, where given his good run on Hardcourts that saw him win 4 titles and also reach the finals of the 2021 Miami Masters, he stood a chance but failed to qualify eventually.
NextGen ATP Finals 2021: Tournament Details
- Tournament: NextGen ATP Finals 2021
- Prize Money: $1,300,000
- Dates: November 9- November 13 2021
- Venue: Milan, Italy
- Surface: Indoor Hard Court
NextGen ATP Finals 2021: Groups
The 8 qualified players have been drafted into 2 groups and will play in the Round-Robin format with the top 2 players from each group qualifying for the semi-finals.
Group A consists of top-seed Carlos Alcaraz, 4th seed Brandon Nakashima, 5th seeded Juan Manuel Cerundolo and 7th seeded Holger Rune.
Group B consists of 2nd seed Sebastian Korda, 3rd seed Lorenzo Musetti, 6th seed Sebastian Baez and the 8th seed Hugo Gaston.
|GROUP A||GROUP B|
|Carlos Alcaraz||Sebastian Korda|
|Brandon Nakashima||Lorenzo Musetti|
|Juan Manuel Cerundolo||Sebastian Baez|
|Holger Rune||Hugo Gaston|
NextGen ATP Finals 2021: Prize Money
|Round Robin Win||$24,000|
|Semi Final Match Win||$109,600|
NextGen ATP Finals 2021: Broadcast and Live Stream Details
The broadcasting of the tournament will be done worldwide and different channels and their respective applications will stream the matches. Below are a few selected countries, the remaining countries and their respective broadcasting channels are available here.
|Australia||beIN SPORTS Australia|
|Italy||SuperTennis, Sky Italia|
|Portugal||Sport TV Portugal|
|United Kingdom||Amazon Prime Video|
|United States||Tennis Channel|