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Wednesday, October 30, 2019

2019 Next Gen ATP Finals, 8 players field set, schedule.

Next Gen ATP Finals 2019, preview, 8 players field set, schedule.





For the first time, 18-year-old Italian IJannik Sinner makes his place in the tournament draw, completes the eight men's field as a wild card for the tournament.
The field for the 2019 Next Gen ATP Finals is set. A trio of first-time qualifiers – Serbia's Miomir Kecmanovic, Ugo Humbert of France and Sweden's Mikael Ymer – qualified for the award-winning eight-man event. Additionally, to be held on 5-9 November at the Allianz Cloud in Milan.









The four players join Australian Alex de Minaur, Canadian Denis Shapovalov, American Frances Tiafoe and Norwegian Casper Ruud at the 21-and-under tournament, which features eight players from eight countries and three continents.




Greek qualifier Stefanos Tsitsipas will not compete because of his Nitto ATP Finals participation, at The O2 in London, from 10-17 November, and Canadian qualifier Felix Auger-Aliassime was forced to withdraw (left ankle) from the tournament, which will feature a series of rule changes and innovations for the third consecutive year.



Next-Gen ATP Finals 2019.



The third edition of the event in Milan will see the continuation of a number of innovations, including a best-of-five set format, shorter sets to 4 (tie-break at 3-All) and No-Ad scoring. Other innovations include Electronic Line Calling through Hawk-Eye Live, a 25-second Shot Clock, In-Match player coaching via head-sets, Video Review and more.



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