The inaugural edition of the ATP Cup will be played from January 3-12, 2020 across Brisbane, Perth and Sydney, with the ‘Big Four’ all set to represent their respective nations.

Nine of the world's top ten players- including Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic- are all set to feature at ATP Tour’s brand new national team competition, with the only absentee from that group being Roger Federer, who has opted out of the tournament for personal reasons. Former world No. 1, Andy Murray has used his protected ranking to secure Great Britain a spot in the event.

ATP Cup Live Streaming

The 2019 ATP Cup is live from Brisbane, Perth and Sydney in Australia, with the first matches of the day starting at 10.00am local time.

Bookmaker bet365 is offering customers the opportunity to watch live streams of matches alongside in-play betting.

Watch and bet on ATP Cup tennis live at bet365 > live streaming > tennis (geo-restrictions apply; funded account required or to have placed a bet in the last 24 hours to qualify).

How to watch & bet on ATP Cup tennis

1. Visit the bet365 website

2. Sign into your account or register for a new one

3. Select Live Streaming

4. Select 'Tennis’ from the ‘All Sports’ dropdown menu

5. Enjoy a live stream & in-play betting for ATP Cup tennis, live from Perth, Brisbane and Sydney between January 3-12, 2020.

PLEASE NOTE: You must have a funded account or have placed a bet in the last 24 hours in order to watch tennis; geo-restrictions apply. 

ATP Cup tournament schedule

ATP Cup Tournament Schedule

Day/VenueBrisbanePerthSydney
Day 1, Friday, January 3Greece vs Canada (10:00am local time/ 12:00am GMT)USA vs Norway (10:00am local time/ 2:00am GMT)Belgium vs Moldova (10:00am local time/ 11:00pm GMT on Thursday)
Germany vs Australia (5:30pm local time/ 7:30am GMT)Russia vs Italy (5:30pm local time/ 9:30am GMT)Bulgaria vs Great Britain (5:30pm local time/ 6:30am GMT)
Day 2, Saturday, January 4France vs Chile (10:00am local time/ 12:00am GMT)Japan vs Uruguay (10:00am local time/ 2:00am GMT)Argentina vs Poland (10:00am local time/ 11:00pm GMT on Friday)
Serbia vs South Africa (5:30pm local time/ 7:30am GMT)Spain vs Georgia (5:30pm local time/ 9:30am GMT)Austria vs Croatia (5:30pm local time/ 6:30am GMT)
Day 3, Sunday, January 5Canada vs Australia (10:00am local time/ 12:00am GMT)Italy vs Norway (10:00am local time/ 2:00am GMT)Bulgaria vs Moldova (10:00am local time/ 11:00pm GMT on Saturday)
Germany vs Greece (5:30pm local time/ 7:30am GMT)Russia vs USA (5:30pm local time/ 9:30am GMT)Belgium vs Great Britain (5:30pm local time/ 6:30am GMT)
Day 4, Monday, January 6South Africa vs Chile (10:00am local time/ 12:00am GMT)Japan vs Georgia (10:00am local time/ 2:00am GMT)Croatia vs Poland (10:00am local time/ 11:00pm GMT on Sunday)
Serbia vs France (5:30pm local time/ 7:30am GMT)Spain vs Uruguay (5:30pm local time/ 9:30am GMT)Austria vs Argentina (5:30pm local time/ 6:30am GMT)
Day 5, Tuesday, January 7Germany vs Canada (10:00am local time/ 12:00am GMT)Russia vs Norway (10:00am local time/ 2:00am GMT)Great Britain vs Moldova (10:00am local time/ 11:00pm GMT on Monday)
Greece vs Australia (5:30pm local time/ 7:30am GMT)Italy vs USA (5:30pm local time/ 9:30am GMT)Bulgaria vs Belgium (5:30pm local time/ 6:30am GMT)
Day 6, Wednesday, January 8Serbia vs Chile (10:00am local time/ 12:00am GMT)Spain vs Japa(10:00am local time/ 2:00am GMT)Austria vs Poland (10:00am local time/ 11:00pm GMT on Tuesday)
France vs South Africa (5:30pm local time/ 7:30am GMT)Georgia vs USA (10:00am local time/ 2:00am GMT)Croatia vs Argentina (5:30pm local time/ 6:30am GMT)

Knock Out Rounds (All knock-out matches will be played in Sydney)

Quarter Finals

Thursday, 9 January
QF 1: Winner Group C vs Winner Group F (10:00am local time/ 11:00pm GMT* on Wednesday)
QF 2: Winner Group D vs Winner Group E (5:30pm local time/ 6:30am GMT)

Friday, 10 January
QF 3: Winner Group A vs Second Runner-Up (10:00am local time/ 11:00pm GMT* on Thursday)
QF 4: Winner Group B vs First Runner-Up (5:30pm local time/ 6:30am GMT)

Semi-Finals

Saturday, 11 January
SF 1: Winner [QF 2] vs Winner [QF 3] (10:00am local time/ 11:00pm GMT* on Friday)
SF 2: Winner [QF 1] vs Winner [QF 4] (5:30pm local time/ 6:30am GMT)

Final

Sunday, 12 January
Winner [SF 1] vs Winner [SF 2] (5:30pm local time/ 6:30am GMT)

ATP Cup teams 2020

ATP Cup 2020 teams

StandingNationPlayer #1RankingPlayer #2RankingCombined ranking
1SerbiaNovak Djokovic2Dusan Lajovic3436
2SpainRafael Nadal1Roberto Bautista Agut910
3RussiaDaniil Medvedev5Karen Khachanov1722
4AustriaDominic Thiem4Dennis Novak109113
5GermanyAlexander Zverev7Jan-Lennard Struff3542
6GreeceStefanos Tsitsipas6Michail Pervolarakis461467
7JapanKei Nishikori13Yoshihito Nishioka7386
8ItalyMatteo Berrettini8Fabio Fognini1220
9FranceGael Monfils10Lucas Pouille2232
10BelgiumDavid Goffin11Steve Darcis90 (PR)101
11CroatiaBorna Coric28Marin Cilic3967
12ArgentinaDiego Schwartzman14Guido Pella2539
13GeorgiaNikoloz Basilashvili26Aleksandre Metreveli680706
14South AfricaKevin Anderson91Lloyd Harris99190
15USAJohn Isner19Taylor Fritz3251
16CanadaDenis Shapovalov15Felix Auger-Aliassime2136
17Great BritainAndy Murray2 (PR)Daniel Evans4244
18AustraliaAlex De Minaur18Nick Kyrgios3048
19BulgariaGrigor Dimitrov20Dimitar Kuzmanov470490
20ChileCristian Garin33Nicolas Jarry77110
21PolandHubert Hurkacz37Kamil Majchrzak101138
22UruguayPablo Cuevas45Martin Cuevas521566
23MoldovaRadu Albot46Alexander Cozbinov821867
24NorwayCasper Ruud54Viktor Durasovic337391
A stellar line-up is set to gather in Australia for the first ever ATP Cup, with nine of the current top 10 players and 26 of the top 30 committing to play.

World No. 1, Rafael Nadal headlines a typically strong Spanish team that also boasts fellow top-ten star, Roberto Bautista Agut, while Novak Djokovic will leads Serbia's challenge at the brand new tournament. Daniil Medvedev spearheads a Russian team that also includes Karen Khachanov, while Andy Murray continues his comeback from hip surgery, using his protected ranking to allow Great Britain a place in the competition, with the Scot lining up alongside brother Jamie, Daniel Evans, Cameron Norrie and 

Dominic Thiem, Alexander Zverev, Stefanos Tsitsipas, Matteo Berrettini and Gael Monfils round out the current top 10, with Spain (Nadal and Bautista Agut) the only teams to boast two top 10 players at the time of writing.

Australia, the host nation, have received a wildcard into the competition, with Nick Kyrgios and Alex de Minaur lining up for the Aussies.

18 qualified nations were initially selected on the basis of the ATP Tour rankings on Friday 13 September, with the top 18 players (or 17, with Murray using his protected ranking of world no. 2) qualifying their countries and joined by the second-highest ranked player from that nation as the first two team members. Roger Federer's withdrawal ruled Switzerland out of the tournament, opening up a spot for one more country. The remaining six qualifying nations were announced on 13 November.

The full five-man squad for each participating team was also confirmed on the second entry deadline of 13 November, with players who have been overtaken by a compatriot in the rankings by that point able to withdraw.

ATP CUP GROUPS

ATP Cup 2020 Groups

BrisbaneBrisbanePerthPerthSydneySydney
Group AGroup FGroup BGroup DGroup CGroup E
SerbiaGermanySpainRussiaBelgiumAustria
FranceGreeceJapanItalyGreat BritainCroatia
South AfricaCanadaGeorgiaUSABulgariaArgentina
ChileAustraliaUruguayNorwayMoldovaPoland

ATP Cup Format

- The ATP Cup is an annual 24-country team competition that is set to launch each tennis season from 2020, with the inaugural edition to be played across three Australian cities (Perth, Brisbane and Sydney) from January 3-12.

- The group stages will be played over six days in all three cities, with Sydney to host the quarter-finals, semi-finals and final at the Ken Rosewall Arena.

- The 24 countries are divided into six groups for the round robin phase of the competition, with the six winners and two best second-placed finishers advancing into the quarter-finals.

- Each tie will feature two singles and one doubles match. Singles will be best-of-three tiebreak sets, while doubles is no-ad scoring and will feature a match tiebreak (first to 10) if the contest goes to a third set.

- The top 18 countries and wildcard Australia have been announced (see above), with the final five teams to be revealed on November 13 after the second entry deadline.

- Each team will have a captain that will be chosen by the No. 1 singles player in consultation with their other team members. Should a country not select a captain, the No. 1 singles player will lead the team.

- On-court coaching is allowed and not limited to changeovers and set breaks.

- An undefeated singles player who goes on to win the ATP Cup can earn a maximum of 750 ranking points, while an undefeated doubles player can win 250 ranking points.

- The total prize money pool is US$15 million.

ATP Cup ranking points

Below is the ranking points singles players can earn at the ATP Cup. Maximum 750 points for an undefeated player.

ATP Cup ranking points

Opponent Ranking1-1011-2526-5051-100101+
Final2502001507550
Semi-final win1801401055035
Quarter-final win120100753525
Group win7565502520

Below is the points singles players ranked 301+ can earn at the ATP Cup.

ATP Cup ranking points (301+)

Opponent ranking1-100101+
Final8555
Semi-final win5535
Quarter-final win3525
Group win2515

Below is the ranking points doubles players can earn at the ATP Cup. Maximum 250 points for an undefeated player.

ATP Cup ranking points (doubles)

Win vs any team
Final win85
Semi-final win55
Quarter-final win35
Group stage win25

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