Last Updated on November 7, 2022
The Next Gen ATP Finals is an annual year-end men’s youth exhibition tennis tournament for the best 21-and-under players of the season that will be played on hard courts at the Allianz Cloud Arena in Milan, Italy. The Allianz Cloud Arena, which was once called PalaLido, is a versatile indoor arena located in Milan, Italy. The primary functions of the arena are to host basketball and volleyball games. However, it can also be used for handball, tennis, gymnastics matches as well as wrestling competitions. Currently, the maximum capacity of spectators that the arena can hold is 5 420 people during sporting events.
The event is scheduled to take place between November 8 and November 12, 2022. The tournament features eight singles players. It is currently part of the ATP Tour, featuring the top singles players of the ATP Tour’s under-21 season.
It’s the 5th edition of this tournament now. Last year’s event was won by Carlos Alcaraz, beating Sebastian Korda in the final. Carlos Alcaraz will not participate in the tournament because he has qualified for the ATP Finals. The tournament will feature many of the top young male tennis players in the world and is sure to be an exciting event for both fans and players alike. Who will take home the trophy this year? Only time will tell. Be sure to follow the tournament closely to find out!
Next Gen ATP Finals Prize Money
The total prize pool for the 2022 Next Gen ATP Finals is $1,400,000–a 7.69% increase from last year’s tournament. Although it can’t compete with the Nitto ATP Finals in terms of prize money, if a player goes undefeated throughout the tournament, they’ll still take home $432,750–slightly more than the average salary for someone under 21 years old. Just by qualifying to play in the round-robin stage, each player will receive an $82,250 participation fee; additionally, each win during that stage nets them an extra $28,000.
|Stage||Prize Money $ USD||Prize Money € Euro|
|Round Robin Win||$28,000||€27,858|
|Semi-Final Match Win||$113,500||€112,924|
*Proportionally for each match. 1 match = $41,125, 2 matches = $61,690 and 3 matches = $82,250.
Next Gen ATP Finals Total Prize Money History
The tournament only started in 2017, so we have five years of total prize money data and percentage changes from the previous year.
Next Gen ATP Finals Ranking Points
ATP rankings are not given out to participants at the tournament. The ATP does not consider it an official victory on the Tour, but wins and losses from matches still count towards a player’s official season record.