© ATP Tour Carlos Alcaraz qualifies for the Intesa Sanpaolo Next Gen ATP Finals for the first time. This article contains: Sinner, Felix and Korda also earn Milan spots
Juan Manuel Cerundolo knew it would be a tough decision, but the 19-year-old understood that it was for the best. The surging #NextGenATP star had the opportunity to make his US Open qualifying debut last month, but opted to forego the hard-court major as he remained in Europe and continued
For six #NextGenATP stars, the third quarter of the 2021 ATP Tour season saw breakthrough runs, tour-level titles and career-best victories as the talented youngsters strengthened their positions in the ATP Race To Milan.
The 20-year-old Italian Jannik Sinner captured his second tour-level title of the season in Washington, while 21-year-old
Holger Vitus Nodskov Rune was scrolling Instagram on Friday evening after qualifying for the US Open when he got a text from a friend. “You’re playing Novak in the first round,” it read.
“I was like, ‘Yeah, yeah,’” Rune told ATPTour.com. “Sometimes they just say things because they knew he was
Less than four months ago, Jenson Brooksby was outside the Top 200 of the FedEx ATP Rankings. But after a red-hot stretch, including runs to the Newport final and the Washington semi-finals, the #NextGenATP American on Monday cracked the Top 100 for the first time at World No. 97.
From the moment that Brandon Nakashima made his ATP Tour debut last year, everyone in tennis knew that he was destined for big things. On Monday, the teen cracked the Top 100 in the FedEx ATP Rankings for the first time at World No. 89 after reaching his second tour-level
#NextGenATP stars Carlos Alcaraz, Hugo Gaston and Brandon Nakashima have all been highly touted, and last week they showed why as all three players broke new ground.
Eighteen-year-old Alcaraz secured the biggest breakthrough of the group on Sunday at the Plava Laguna Croatia Open Umag by lifting his first ATP Tour
There was no stopping Jiri Lehecka this week in Tampere, Finland. The teen blitzed a strong field at the ATP Challenger 80 event, refusing to drop a set en route to the final, where he overcame Nicolas Kicker 5-7, 6-4, 6-3 on Sunday.
As the sun set on the 39th edition
Ask any player about how they made it onto the ATP Tour and they’ll name at least one person who played a key role in achieving their dreams.
Denis Shapovalov is quick to credit the members of his team, both lifelong and recent, who helped guide him to his first Grand
Rafael Nadal and Carlos Alcaraz. That's it. That's the list. The youngest players from Spain to lift a trophy on the ATP Challenger Tour.
On Sunday, the 17-year-old Alcaraz had his maiden moment in the spotlight, streaking to the title at the Challenger 100 event in Trieste, Italy. It was a