NEXTGEN ATP FINALS 2017 RACQUETS WATCH

NextGen ATP Finals 2017 is a tournament for best ATP tennis players under 21 years. NextGen ATP Finals will take place from 7th November until 11th November 2017 in Milan.

NextGen ATP Finals will be played in a different format. Every match will be played as best of five sets, with sets played to first to four games (tie-break at three games all). There will be no lets and sudden-death points (no advantage) at deuce.

Moreover, ATP decided to use Hawk-Eye technology to call out all outs instantly on courts during a live game. In case of close calls, the replay will be showed on screens next to the court for players and public to know the exact point where ball drop on the court. With Hawk-Eye technology, there will no line referees on the court in Milan. Just Chair Umpire will be on the court during tournament matches.

List of qualified players for NEXTGEN ATP FINALS 2017

as of 11/05/2017
Alexander Zverev withdrew because of his qualification to NITTO ATP FINALS 2017

The eighth player will be the winner of qualification taking place during weekend 4 – 5 November in Milan.

PlayerCountryRacket
Gianluigi QuinziItalyBABOLAT
Andrey RublevRussiaWILSON
Karen KhachanovRussiaHEAD
Denis ShapovalovCanadaYONEX
Jared DonaldsonUSAHEAD
Borna CoricCroatiaWILSON
Hyeon ChungSouth KoreaYONEX
Daniil MedvedevRussiaTECNIFIBRE

Racket Brands present at NEXTGEN ATP Finals

BrandNumber of Players
HEAD2
WILSON2
YONEX2
TECNIFIBRE1
BABOLAT1

Tell us who do you think will win NEXTGEN ATP FINALS 2017

Who will win NEXTGEN ATP Finals 2017?

Andrey Rublev

Karen Khachanov

Denis Shapovalov

Borna Coric

Jared Donaldson

Hyeon Chung

Daniil Medvedev

Gainluigi Quinzi

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