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Zverev, Medvedev among early #NextGenATP contenders

It's the exciting new showcase of great, young talent on the ATP World Tour and here is your chance to be a part of it. Beginning today, you can register to get access to tickets for the #NextGenATP Finals when they become available.

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The tournament, to take place 7-11 November, will feature the world's top eight 21-and-under singles players. #NextGenATP star Alexander Zverev is currently leading the season-long Emirates ATP Race To Milan, which will track the progress of #NextGenATP players throughout the year. The top seven players in the race will qualify automatically, while the eighth spot will be reserved for a wild card.

See Who's Pushing Zverev In The Emirates ATP Race To Milan Standings

Zverev has started strong this season. The 6'6” right-hander beat Richard Gasquet last month at the Open Sud de France in Montpellier to take his second ATP World Tour title.

Just behind Zverev, at No. 2 in the Emirates ATP Race To Milan standings, is an exciting new face on the ATP World Tour, Russia's Daniil Medvedev. The 21 year old reached his first ATP World Tour final in January at the Aircel Chennai Open before falling to then-No. 14 Roberto Bautista Agut of Spain.

At No. 3 in the race is 18-year-old Norwegian Casper Ruud, who reached his first ATP World Tour semi-final last month at the Rio Open presented by Claro. Russian 19-year-old Andrey Rublev, 21-year-old Noah Rubin of the U.S.A. and 20-year-old Hyeon Chung of South Korea round out the top six.

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In addition to great tennis, the #NextGenATP Finals will feature an exciting new dimension for fans. The tournament will trial a number of innovations with a view of ensuring continued growth in the popularity of men’s professional tennis.

The event will award US$1.275 million in prize money, and will follow a similar format to the ATP Finals, with a round-robin group stage followed by knock-out semi-finals and a final. While Emirates ATP Rankings points will serve as the criteria for entry, the tournament itself will not carry points.

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