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The ATP NextGen Finals are set, with Sebastian Korda set to face off against a seemingly unstoppable Carlos Alcaraz in Saturday’s championship.

Korda survived a tough test from fellow American Brandon Nakashima in what was their first career match at any level, including juniors. Korda’s superior serving and ability to take time away proved to be the difference maker in his 4-3, 2-4, 1-4, 4-2, 4-2, victory.

Meanwhile, Alcaraz continued to dominate in his 4-1, 4-2, 4-1, victory over Sebastian Baez.

Korda certainly owns the tools to trouble Alcaraz, but it doesn’t seem like anybody is stopping the Spaniard this week, who has been on a completely different level than his peers from a physicality and shotmaking perspective.

Fair warning, in public picks against Korda, I have gone 0-3, so feel free to fade. But the Spaniard’s ability to rip the ball off the court with pace will force Korda to defend his forehand wing, which remains one of the only weaknesses in his otherwise incredible game.