The best tennis players under the age of 22 will compete at the Next Gen ATP Finals presented by NEOM next week in Jeddah, with Arthur Fils and Dominic Stricker leading the eight-player field.

Here’s everything you need to know about the event in Saudi Arabia.

When are the Next Gen ATP Finals 2023 held?

The Next Gen ATP Finals 2023 will take place from November 28 to December 2. The indoor tournament, launched in 2017, will be held at the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The tournament director is Adam Hogg.

What is the format and who is participating in the Next Gen ATP Finals 2023?

The Jeddah tournament will bring together eight players under 22 years of age divided into two groups of four tennis players. The top two in each group will advance to the semifinals. The matches are played in the best of five sets with four-game heats. Arthur Fils, Dominic Stricker, Luca van Assche, Flavio Cobolli, Alex Michelsen, Hamad Medjedovic, Luca Nardi and Abdullah Shelbayh participate in this edition.

When is the draw for the Next Gen ATP Finals?

The Jeddah painting will be drawn on Saturday, November 25, with a time to be confirmed.

What is the schedule for the Next Gen ATP Finals?

* Group Stage: Tuesday, November 28 – Thursday, November 30 at 3:00 pm, second match NB 4:00 pm Night sessions at 8:00 pm, followed by the second match.
* Semifinal 1: Friday, December 1 at 7:00 pm
* Semifinal 2: Friday, December 1 NB 9:00 pm
* Final: Saturday, December 2 at 8:00 pm

Consult the Official Website

What is the prize pool for the Next ATP Finals?

The prize pool for the Next Gen ATP Finals is $2,000,000.

Undefeated champion: $514,000
Final Win: $153,000
Semifinal Win: $113,500
Each Victory in the Group Stage: $32,500
Fixed Participation: $150,000
Substitute: $15,000

How can I watch the Next Gen ATP Finals?

See TV Programming

How can I follow the Next Gen ATP Finals?

Hashtag: #NextGenATP
Facebook: Next Gen ATP Finals

Twitter: @nextgenfinals

Instagram: @nextgenfinals

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Who won the last edition of the Next Gen ATP Finals in 2022?

Brandon Nakashima won the 2022 title in Milan, beating Jiri Lehecka 4-3(5), 4-3(6), 4-2 in the final (Read and Watch).

Who holds the top records at the Next Gen ATP Finals?

More Titles: Hyeon Chung (1), Stefanos Tsitsipas (1), Jannik Sinner (1), Carlos Alcaraz (1), Brandon Nakashima (1)
Oldest Champion: Hyeon Chung (21) in 2017; Brandon Nakashima (21) in 2022
Youngest Champion: Jannik Sinner (18) in 2019; Carlos Alcaraz (18) in 2021
Highest Ranked Champion: No. 15 Stefanos Tsitsipas in 2018
Lowest Ranked Champion: No. 95 Jannik Sinner in 2019
Last Local Champion: Jannik Sinner in 2019
Most Matches Won: Alex de Minaur (8)

Check Participants, Former Champions, Seeds, Points and Prize Breakdown


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