ATP Next Gen Finals 2021: Complete Breakdown of the Prize Money From Winner To Last-Place

Published 11/08/2021, 11:58 PM EST
Sep 3, 2021; Flushing, NY, USA; Carlos Alcaraz of Spain reacts after beating Stefanos Tsitsipas of Greece (not pictured) on day five of the 2021 U.S. Open tennis tournament at USTA Billie King National Tennis Center. Mandatory Credit: Robert Deutsch-USA TODAY Sports


As the tennis season comes close to an end, the youngsters on the men’s tour are gearing up for the ATP Next Gen Finals 2021. The event is going to be held in Milan and 2021 will be its fourth edition after it was initiated in 2017 (2020 version was cancelled due to the pandemic).

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There will be a lot of bright young talent on display in the competition and players have been categorized into two groups. In Group A, we have the upcoming stars; Carlos Alcaraz, Brandon Nakashima, Juan Manuel Cerundolo, and Holger Rune. In Group B, we have Sebastian Korda, Lorenzo Musetti, Sebastian Baez, and Hugo Gaston.

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Distribution of prize money at ATP Gen Next Finals 2021

As the groups are set, let us take a look at how the prize money for the ATP Next Gen Finals 2021 will be distributed. The ATP Gen Next Gen Finals 2021 in Milan will have total prize money of $1,300,000. The list is below:

Alternate$12,000
Participation Fee$80,000
Round-robin match win$23,000
Semi-final match win$109,000
Final win$142,000
Undefeated champion$400,000

 

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The Participation Fee Schedule
1 Match: $26,660
2 Matches: $53,320
3 Matches: $80,000

Coming back to the tournament, it will be exciting to see Alcaraz who has grabbed headlines throughout the season. He registered his headline moment when the Spaniard beat Stefanos Tsitsipas at the US Open 2021. In the following group, players like Korda and Musetti will be worth keeping an eye on too. Players like Nakashima and Gaston are also promising prospects for the future.

Tennis – French Open – Roland Garros, Paris, France – June 7, 2021 Italy’s Lorenzo Musetti in action during his fourth round match against Serbia’s Novak Djokovic REUTERS/Christian Hartmann

The event is scheduled to take place from the 9th of November and will end on the 13th of November. The winner of the event will end the season on a high note. In the past, players like Sinner and Tsitsipas have won this event. We wish the best of luck to all competitors competing in this tournament and may the better player win.

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Rohan Kollare

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Rohan Kollare is a Tennis author at EssentiallySports. Rohan has studied Sports Management and has a trophy cabinet adorned with accolades won in district and state-level tennis competitions. He has previously worked in Content Operations for Disney’s Hotstar for over a year, covering Tennis and Formula One.

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