2021 ATP Next Generation Final Odds Favor Alcaraz and Korda

  • 2021 ATP Next Generation Final is held this week, 9-13 November in Milan
  • Italian Jannik Sinner won the last event in 2019
  • Carlos Alcaraz, Sebastian Korda, and Lorenzo Musetti are the top favorites this year
2021 ATP Next Generation Final odds

This week the best young men tennis players will meet in Milan at the ATP Next Generation Final. Including Spanish talent Carlos Alcaraz and American Sebastian Korda who are both mentioned as favorites in the 2021 ATP Next Generation Final odds. But the local favorite, Lorenzo Musetti will also aim for the trophy on home soil. And follow the step of the defending champion, Italian Jannik Sinner. 

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The best 21 and under men tennis players will play in the exhibition tournament in Milan, Italy between the 9th and 13th of November. This is the fourth edition of the event, with Stefanos Tsitsipas being one of the early winners. So it’s definitely a good sign to win this tournament for these youngsters, who can be the big stars of the upcoming years. Some of them have already got wins in the ATP Tour, like 18-year-old Carlos Alcaraz. While others were close to getting their first title but didn’t manage to win it yet. The format of this event is similar to the normal ATP Final with two groups of four players competing first. Then the first two players from each group advance to the semi-finals and to the final. But we can also see some new formats at this tournament, like first-to-four, best-of-five-set matches, live electronic line calling, and courtside coaching.

2021 ATP Next Generation Final Odds Predict Spanish Victory

18-year-old Carlos Alcaraz can be the next great Spanish tennis player as he is already 32nd in the world ranking. He had a massive breakthrough this season after climbing from the 141st spot to his current place, breaking several records throughout the year. Alcaraz entered the top 100 as the youngest player. And he became the youngest player to reach the quarter-final in the US Open’s history in the Open Era. The young Spanish also won his first ATP Tour title at the 2021 Croatia Open in Umag. And he defeated three top10-players, Stefanos Tsitsipas, Matteo Berrettini, and Jannik Sinner in this season. 

The latter is the defending champion of this event. But online sportsbooks in Spain expect Alcaraz to get the title now in their 2021 ATP Next Generation Final odds. He has the odds of 2.39 to win. Sebastian Korda follows him with the odds of 3.64 as another big favorite. The 21-year-old American also won his first ATP Tour title this year at the 2021 Emilia-Romagna Open. In Miami, he also reached his first Masters’ quarter-final and got to the fourth round both at the French Open and in Wimbledon.  The son of Australian Open winner Petr Korda is on his way to follow his father’s steps and become a top tennis player.  

Musetti and Gaston Can Also Get The Win

Italian fans will hope for the victory of their local favorite, Lorenzo Musetti who has the odds of 8.90 to win on 22Bet. The 19-year-old got his first success last year when he won his first Challenger title in Forli. He also appeared in the Italian Open and defeated Stan Wawrinka and Kei Nishikori there. This year Musetti continued with more great results. Like reaching the semi-final at the ATP 500 Mexican Open in Acapulco or at the 2021 Lyon Open. While he also got to the fourth round in the French Open but had to withdraw from the match there. Now the world No58 can try to repeat Sinner’s result and win this tournament. 

Online gambling sites in Spain offer similar odds, 9.00 for the victory of Hugo Gaston. The French player has moved to his best place yet in the world ranking, he is 67th at the moment. Gaston made his ATP debut in 2018 and has been continuously developing ever since. Last year he got to the fourth round in the French Open. While he reached his first ATP Tour final in this year’s Swiss Open. Gaston also got to the quarter-final of the Paris Masters last week after defeating his current opponents, Alcaraz and Musetti on his way. Making the 21-year-old a top-form player of the tournament. 

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