Next Gen ATP Finals

Cazaux Climbs In Next Gen Race After Nottingham Run

Stricker moves one spot to eighth
June 19, 2023
Arthur Cazaux is seventh in the Pepperstone ATP Live Next Gen Race.
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Arthur Cazaux is seventh in the Pepperstone ATP Live Next Gen Race. By ATP Staff

Arthur Cazaux has boosted his chances of competing at the Next Gen ATP Finals after rising five places to seventh (300 points) in the Pepperstone ATP Live Next Gen Race.

The 20-year-old Frenchman enjoyed an impressive run at the ATP Challenger 125 event in Nottingham, where he came through qualifying to reach the championship match. Cazaux did not drop a set in the main draw en route to the final, with former World No. 1 Andy Murray eventually stopping him.

Cazaux, who is aiming to make his debut at the 21-and-under event this season, captured a Challenger Tour crown in Thailand earlier this season.

Player  Points
1) Carlos Alcaraz  4,175
2) Holger Rune 2,485
3) Lorenzo Musetti 885
4) Arthur Fils 693
5) Ben Shelton 555
6) Luca Van Assche  435
7) Arthur Cazaux 300
8) Dominic Stricker 281

The 20-year-old Dominic Stricker has also jumped one spot to eighth (281 points) after advancing to the quarter-finals in Nottingham. The Swiss lefty is bidding to compete at the Next Gen ATP Finals for the second consecutive year, after reaching the semi-finals in 2022.

Frenchman Arthur Fils remains in strong contention in fourth (693 points). The 19-year-old will compete at the Cinch Championships this week after coming through qualifying at the ATP 500 grass-court event.

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