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Next Gen ATP Final: De Minaur vs Jannik Sinner

Hayley Graham

by Hayley Graham in Tennis

Updated Apr 9, 2020 · 11:23 AM PDT

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Alex De Minaur is looking to capture the Next Gen ATP Final against Jannik Sinner. Photo by JC (Flickr).
  • Alex De Minaur and Jannik Sinner will face off against each other in the final of the ATP Next Gen Final
  • This is the first time the two young players have played each other
  • This is the second consecutive year that De Minaur has made the final of the Next Gen ATP Finals

The Final of the Next Gen ATP tournament will be played Saturday November 8 at 3:00 pm at the Allianz Cloud Court in Milan, Italy. World No. 18, Alex De Minaur of Australia will face No. 95 Jannik Sinner of Italy. De Minaur was the favorite coming into the tournament with his Next Gen ATP tour odds +180, and Sinner was the Italian wildcard.

Alex De Minaur vs Jannik Sinner Odds

Player Spread Moneyline Total
Alex De Minaur -3.5 (-120) -250 Over 23.5 (-110)
Jannik Sinner +3.5 (-110) +200 Under 23.5 (-120)

Odds taken Nov. 8, 2019

De Minaur’s Road to the Finals

Alex De Minaur booked his second consecutive trip to the tournament’s finals after beating American Frances Tiafoe 4-2, 4-1, 0-4, 4-2, increasing his record to 8-1 at the tournament.  The unique format shows that each set is the first to four games. De Minaur dominated the entire match, but after losing the third set, he had to find a way to recover. He did find a way to convert all four of his breakpoints, and call it a match in just 73 minutes.

The Australian had to put friendship aside for this semifinal, since Frances Tiafoe has actually become one of his good friends over the past few years. After losing the 2018 final to current World No. 6, Stefanos Tsitsipas, De Minaur goes into this final the clear favorite. If he wins this tournament, he will have won his fourth ATP Tour title, and has the opportunity to collect his biggest career pay cheque to date.

Sinner’s Road to the Finals

The 18-year old Italian, Jannik Sinner beat Serbian Miomir Kecmanovic 2-4, 4-1, 4-2, 4-2 in front of his home crowd to head to the final. During his semifinal match, Sinner managed to win 71% of his service points with 24 winners, all just in 75 minutes.

Sinner didn’t start as strong as he had hoped, going down in the opening set. His opponent Kecmanovic was controlling the entire match as Sinner was struggling to find his serve. Sinner was able to adjust and came out in the second set strong. This is when the home crowd was able to get into the match, and they didn’t let up for the rest of match. Sinner gained control over the match, and eventually booked his ticket to the final.


These two players are so young and are the first time playing each other. Many are excited that this tournament builds long lasting rivalries as their careers grow. Both Alex De Minaur and Jannick Sinner

Alex De Minaur vs Jannik Sinner Statistical Comparison

34/19 2019 Record 7/9
3 2019 Singles Titles 0
0 Head-To-Head Record 0

Both players have the ability to win this match. It’s won’t be a surprise if De Minaur holds the trophy at the end, as all things point to him. He has a couple years on Sinner, which translates into experience. The amount of matches each has played in 2019 speaks for itself. De Minaur has worked his way up into the Top 20, and Sinner is working his way up in the ranks, having moved up over 100 spots this year alone.

De Minaur was in this spot last year, he knows what it takes to win, and he’s grown since the final last year. It’s simply just his time. Sinner is so young and fresh to the Tour, he might be in this position again next year, and it might be his time then. But to do so young and still have +200 odds to De Minaur’s -250 means it won’t be an easy match for the Australian.

Best Bet: Alex De Minaur (-250)

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