Brandon Nakashima becomes the third American to qualify for the Next Generation Finals in Milan. He joins Jenson Brooksby and Sebastian Korda in the 21-and-under year end tournament.

Nakashima is the last player to qualify for Milan, and will be the seventh seed at the tournament.

He currently sits at a career high of world number 65.

The 20-year-old made his first tournament final this year in Los Cabos, losing to Cameron Norrie and made his second final in Atlanta, losing to John Isner.

Felix Auger-Aliassime and Carlos Alcaraz are the only players in the final eight not from either America or Italy. With the final spot to be given to an Italian wildcard.

The Next Gen finalists are as follows:

1 – Jannik Sinner (ITA) – world number 9

2 – Felix Auger Aliassime (CAN) – world number 11

3 – Carlos Alcaraz (ESP) – world number 35

4 – Sebastian Korda (USA) – world number 39

5 – Jenson Brooksby (USA) – world number 56

6 – Lorenzo Musetti (ITA) – world number 67

7 – Brandon Nakashima (USA) – world number 65

8 – TBA