The 2021 edition of the ATP Cup will be the second time it would be scheduled and while it is a slightly condensed version of the competition in 2021, we still have all the 2021 ATP Cup live streaming options below. Here’s all the information you need to watch it live online or on television.

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The second edition of the ATP Cup will be played in January-February 2021, and will teams from 12 countries participate in it. It had replaced the traditionally played Hopman Cup and be hosted in Australia, played across different cities in the country in 2020.

For 2021, a lot will depend on the situation with Covid19 at that stage and we will update you with the intricacies involving the tournament if it indeed goes ahead.

The ATP Cup replaced Hopman Cup and is a men’s-only event that is played on outdoor hard court to kick-start the 2020 season. The three Australian cities that hosted the tournament in 2020 included Perth, the original host of the Hopman Cup, Brisbane and Sydney.

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24 teams or countries participated in its first ever edition that was played over 10 days starting from January 2020. Something similar was expected for the 2021 edition of the tournament too.

This ATP tournament is much like the ATP World Team Cup, which was played in Dusseldorf from 1978-2012 before being scrapped.

With a prize money of $22 million along with 750 ranking points, this is expected to be a big event, one that former ATP Player Council President Novak Djokovic had described as:

“I like that it’s owned by ATP, by the players, and that we have ranking points, and it’s going to be the best way to kick start the season. Australia is a country that has a Grand Slam, that nurtures tennis tradition.”

It would be interesting to see how the first season goes given the competition from the newly-formatted Davis Cup and the Rogers Cup, two others men’s teams events in the calendar.

2021 ATP Cup Schedule & Dates

The second season of the ATP Cup is expected to be played from February 1 to 5 with 12 teams taking part in this tournament. These 12 teams will be placed in four groups of three apiece and the top side at the end of the round-robin group stage will make it to the semifinals.

The exact match by match schedule of the ATP Cup 2021 will be released closer to the start of the tournament.

February 2, 2021

The first edition was played between January 3 and 12, 2020, in the lead-up to the 2020 Australian Open. The 24 teams were placed in six groups of four apiece with each of the sides playing the three others in their group.

Player & Team List for 2021 ATP Cup

12 countries qualified for the 2021 ATP Cup including the finalists from the previous season, Serbia and Spain. Teams are mentioned below along with their players, with each country allowed four players to represent them.

Team List

Serbia
Novak Djokovic
Dusan Lajovic
Filip Krajinovic
Nikola Cacic

Argentina
Diego Schwartzman
Guido Pella
Horacio Zeballos
Maximo Gonzalez

Spain
Rafael Nadal
Roberto Bautista Agut
Marcel Granollers
Pablo Carreno Busta

Italy
Matteo Berrettini
Fabio Fognini
Simone Bolelli
Andrea Vavassori

Austria
Dominic Thiem
Dennis Novak
Philipp Oswald
Tristan-Samuel Weissborn

Japan
Kei Nishikori
Yoshihito Nishioka
Ben McLachlan
Toshihide Matsui

Russia
Daniil Medvedev
Andrey Rublev
Aslan Karatsev
Evgeny Dosnkoy

France
Gael Monfils
Benoit Paire
Nicolas Mahut
Edouard Roger-Vasselin

Greece
Stefanos Tsitsipas
Michail Pervolarakis
Markos Kalovelonis
Petros Tsitsipas

Canada
Denis Shapovalov
Milos Raonic
Peter Polansky
Steven Diez

Germany
Alexander Zverev
Jan-Lennard Struff
Kevin Krawietz
Andreas Mies

Australia
Alex de Minaur
John Millman
John Peers
Luke Saville

Team Groups

  • Group A: Serbia, Germany, Canada
  • Group B: Spain, Greece, Australia
  • Group C: Austria, Italy, France
  • Group D: Russia, Argentina, Japan

What Happened at the 2020 ATP Cup?

The highly anticipated inaugural ATP Cup finally had a victor: Serbia. Winning all three group ties and subsequently the quarterfinals against Canada and the semifinals against Russia, Serbia had set itself on the top of the leader board facing robust competition from only Spain.

The first singles match was won by Spain’s Roberto Bautista Agut who beat Serbia’s no.2 Dusan Lajovic ending with a no-loss record at the tournament. Setting up a doubles decider match, Djokovic won the second singles match 6-2, 7-6 (7-4) against Rafael Nadal leaving the top Spaniard disappointed.

Instrumental to the doubles match, Djokovic teamed up with Viktor Troicki to beat the duo of Pablo Carreno Busta and Feliciano Lopez 6-3, 6-4 as Spain chose to not opt for Nadal to play the doubles decider. A definite boost for the seven-time Australian Open champion, the commencement of the first major of the season will see the defending champion Djokovic and a well-rested 2019 runner-up Nadal bid for the title once again.

Previous ATP Cup Title Winners

2020: Serbia

2021 ATP Cup Live Streaming

If the maiden season of the tournament is anything to go by, the second edition of the ATP Cup can be expected to be much sought-after if does get played. The demand to not just watch it from the stadiums in Australia but also from around the world, either on TV or streamed live, is huge. Here’s how you can watch (& bet on) the ATP Cup live streaming.

Either log in to bet365.com with your existing account or create a new account and deposit a small, token amount of $10 into your account.

  • Go to www.bet365.com
  • Register with bet365 (or log in to you account)
  • Pre-fund your account by depositing $10 (or equivalent currency). You can either let that remain in your account or should have bet in the 24 hours before the live streaming
  • Select the ATP Cup live streaming option by clicking on Live Streaming on the top

This site requires you to register with them and then either deposit a sum of $10 into your account (or register as mentioned here) or watch the live streaming by betting on any sport in the past 24 hours. Remember geo-restrictions might apply.

However, if you have any other problems accessing the ATP Cup live stream, kindly let us know in the comments section below.

How to watch the ATP Cup Live Streaming in the UK

If you are looking to watch the 2021 ATP Cup live streamed in the UK, the aforementioned method should work for you. However, if you are looking to watch the ATP Cup live streaming along with brilliant commentary, analysis, replays and highlights as well in the UK, you could look to sign up with Amazon Prime.

With Amazon Prime you can avail of a first-time sign-up advantage of a free, 30-day trial during which you can not only watch the ATP Cup but a few other ATP and WTA tournaments as well before opting out if you wish. However, if you are looking to continue with your Amazon Prime subscription, you can sign up for an annual fee of £79 and watch over 50 tennis tournaments on both the circuits throughout the year.

2021 ATP Cup Tennis Live on TV

Australian fans can watch the 2021 ATP Cup live on TV with Channel Nine.