Here is what you need to know ahead of the event in Saudi Arabia.
When is the 2023 Next Gen ATP Finals?
The 2023 Next Gen ATP Finals will be held from 28 November-2 December. The indoor hard-court event, established in 2017, will take place at the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah. The tournament director is Adam Hogg.
What is the format & who is playing at the 2023 Next Gen ATP Finals?
The event in Jeddah will see eight 21-and-under players divided into two groups of four, with the top two from each group advancing to the semi-finals. Matches are played best of five sets and first-to-four games. Arthur Fils, Dominic Stricker, Luca Van Assche, Flavio Cobolli, Alex Michelsen, Hamad Medjedovic, Luca Nardi and Abdullah Shelbayh are competing.
When is the draw for the Next Gen ATP Finals?
The Jeddah draw will be made on Saturday 25 November, time TBC.
What is the schedule for the Next Gen ATP Finals?
* Main Draw Round-Robin Matches: Tuesday 28 November – Thursday 30 November at 3: 00 p.m., second match n/b 4:00 p.m.. Evening sessions at 8:00 p.m., followed by second match.
* Semi-final One: Friday 1 December at 7:00 p.m.
* Semi-final Two: Friday 1 December n/b 9:00 p.m.
* Final: Saturday 2 December at 8:00 p.m.
What is the prize money for the Next Gen ATP Finals Presented by Neom?
The prize money for the Next Gen ATP Finals Presented by Neom is $2,000,000.
Undefeated Champion: $514,000
Final Win: $153,000
Semi-Final Win: $113,500
Each Round-Robin Match Win: $32,500
Participation Fee: $150,000
How can I watch the Next Gen ATP Finals?
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Who won the last edition of the Next Gen ATP Finals Presented by Neom in 2022?
Who holds the Next Gen ATP Finals record for most titles, oldest champion, youngest champion and more?
Most Titles, Singles: 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 Home Champion: Jannik Sinner in 2019
Most Match Wins: Alex de Minaur (8)