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#NextGenATP stars Sebastian Korda, Carlos Alcaraz and Lorenzo Musetti headline the qualifying field for the Western & Southern Open in Cincinnati. Korda will be competing in qualifying at this event for the third time. The American advanced to his first ATP Masters 1000 main draw at last year's Western & Southern Open, which was held at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center due to the COVID-19 pandemic.At the time, Korda was No. 225 in the FedEx ATP Rankings. Now, he is World No. 47, just one spot off his career-high FedEx ATP Ranking. The Floridian won his first ATP Tour title in Parma in May.Alcaraz is another in-form #NextGenATP player. The Spaniard just lifted his first tour-level trophy last week in Umag. This will be the 18-year-old's first appearance in Cincinnati.Musetti will also make his Cincinnati debut. The Italian, who pushed Novak Djokovic to a fifth set in the fourth round at Roland Garros, enjoyed impressive hard-court results earlier this year. The 19-year-old advanced to the Acapulco semi-finals and the third round in Miami.Other players in the qualifying field include Americans Tommy Paul and Frances Tiafoe, 2019 semi-finalist Richard Gasquet and big-hitting German Jan-Lennard Struff.
Djokovic swept past Jan-Lennard Struff on Monday
Nach dem Aus im Doppel mit Jan-Lennard Struff hat Alexander Zverev noch eine Medaillenchance in Tokio - und einen Aufschlag, auf den er sich verlassen kann.
Alize Cornet, Martina Trevisan, Elena-Gabriela Ruse und Viktoriya Tomova waren die anderen Spielerinnen, die besiegt wurden.Continue reading...
Wegen seines Ausrasters beim Olympia-Bronzematch gegen Pablo Carreno Busta prasselte viel Kritik auf Novak Djokovic ein. Auch Rafael Nadal sieht das Benehmen des Weltranglisten-Ersten nicht komplikationslos.
Nadal, 34, set to make his debut at the Citi Open in Washington.