The ATP Tour NextGen year-end finals in Milan is now down to the semi-final knockout stage and the best NextGen player on tour this year Tsitsipas has continued in the same fashion this week. He won Group A and only dropped one set winning all of his three matches. He will face the talented Rublev from Russia today for a place in the final, Rublev finished second in Group B and leads the head-to-head 1-0, which was a very close three set encounter on hard courts last year.
Young Aussie De Minaur has also impressed this week winning Group B and he also only dropped one set winning his three matches. He will face the new rising star of Spanish tennis Munar who finished runner up in Group A and this will be their first meeting on the ATP Tour.