How to Watch Next-Gen Finals 2021: TV Coverage, Time, Channels, Live Stream

Published 11/09/2021, 5:30 AM EST


After the completion of the Rolex Paris Masters 2021, it is now time to witness some incredible tennis at the ATP Next Gen Finals 2021. The tournament will be kicking off from November 9, 2021, and will extend till November 13, 2021. Interestingly, it is the fourth edition of the tournament and it will be taking place in Milan, Italy.

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Fans are quite exhilarated about the ATP Next Gen Finals 2021 since the tournament could not take place last year because of the coronavirus pandemic. Thus, Jannik Sinner is still the defending champion as he won the title in 2019. However, the Italian player will not be featuring at the tournament this year.

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Unlike the ATP Finals, only those who are 21-years-old or less can take part in the tournament. Even though Sinner is still eligible of playing at the event, he already withdrew from the tennis event earlier this year.

Where to Watch the live action of ATP Next Gen Finals 2021?

The telecasting of the tournament will be taking place on different channels and platforms throughout the world. Thus, all the fans living in different corners of the world can witness the event live.

Those living in the United States of America can watch the live matches of ATP Next Gen Finals on Tennis Channel. While those living in Australia can tune into beIN Sports Australia, fans residing in Canada can witness it live on the TSN Network.

Eurosport France will be bringing the action live to the French fans and SuperTennis as well as Sky Italia will be telecasting the event in the neighbouring nation, Italy. In Japan, the viewers can switch their channels to WOWOW network in order to watch the live action.

Amazon Prime Video will be live streaming the event in the United Kingdom. However, in order to watch it on the platform, one would require its subscription.

Matches will usually be beginning at 2:00 p.m local time and will be taking place on hard court indoors.

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All you need to know about the two groups at the tennis tournament

Just like the ATP Finals 2021, there are two groups at the ATP Next Gen Finals 2021 as well. The top-seeded player, Carlos Alcaraz, is in Group-A along with Holger Rune, Brandon Nakashima, and Juan Manuel Cerundolo. The World No.32 player is the favorite to win the title this year.

Oct 10, 2021; Indian Wells, CA, USA; Carlos Alcaraz (ESP) reacts after winning a point during in his second round match against Andy Murray (GBR) in the BNP Paribas Open at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden. Mandatory Credit: Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports

On the other hand, second-seeded Sebastian Korda is in Group-B along with Lorenzo Musetti, Sebastian Baez, and Hugo Gaston.

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Mar 30, 2021; Miami, Florida, USA; Sebastian Korda of the United States celebrates after his match against Diego Schwartzman of Argentina (not pictured) in the fourth round in the Miami Open at Hard Rock Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

Thus, the competition looks quite solid and fans are really looking forward to the ATP Next Gen Finals 2021. Who will be able to conquer Milan this year?

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Anshul Singh

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Anshul Singh is a Tennis author at EssentiallySports, currently pursuing Journalism Honors from Delhi University. Having significant experience with content, Anshul has authored over 1000 tennis articles. He has previously worked as a writer and an editor for DU Express, penning riveting articles on sports, politics, and culture.

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