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The first ever edition of the ATP Cup will be played in January 2020, and will see teams from 24 countries participate in it. It will replace the traditionally played Hopman Cup and be hosted in Australia, although unlike the previous competition, it would be played across different cities in the country.

The ATP Cup will replace Hopman Cup and will be a men’s-only event that will be played on outdoor hard court to kick-start the new season. The three Australian cities that will host the tournament include Perth, the original host of the Hopman Cup, Brisbane and Sydney.

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24 teams or countries will participate in its first ever edition that will be played over 10 days starting from January 2020. 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 ATP Player Council President Novak Djokovic 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.

2020 ATP Cup Schedule & Dates

The first ever season of the ATP Cup will be played between January 3 and 12, 2020, in the lead-up to the 2020 Australian Open. The 24 teams will be placed in six groups of four apiece with each of the sides playing the three others in their group. There will be three matches in every such tie, two singles and a doubles match. The top team from each group and two best second-placed sides will qualify for the quarter-finals.

The group stage matches will be played between January 3 and 8, while the knock-outs will be hosted over the next four days. Here’s the exact ATP Cup 2020 schedule:

January 3

Starts at 10 am:
Belgium v Moldova
USA v Norway
Greece v Canada

Starts at 5:30 pm
Bulgaria v Great Britain
Italy v Russia
Germany vs. Australia

January 4

Starts at 10 am
Argentina v Poland
Japan v Uruguay
France v Chile

Starts at 5:30 pm
Austria v Croatia
Spain v Georgia
Serbia v South Africa

January 5

Starts at 10 am
Bulgaria v Moldova
Italy v Norway
Canada v Australia

Starts at 5:30 pm
Belgium v Great Britain
Russia v United States
Germany v Greece

January 6

Starts at 10 am
Croatia v Poland
Japan v Georgia
South Africa v Chile

Starts at 5:30 pm
Austria v Argentina
Spain v Uruguay
Serbia v France

January 7

Starts at 10 am
Great Britain v Moldova
Russia v Norway
Germany v Canada

Starts at 5:30 pm
Bulgaria v Belgium
Italy v USA
Greece v Australia

January 8

Starts at 10 am
Austria v Poland
Spain v Japan
Serbia v Chile

Starts at 5:30 pm
Croatia v Argentina
Georgia v Uruguay
France v South Africa

Quarter-Final Schedule

January 9

Quarter-Final 1: 10am – Winner Group C v Winner Group F
Quarter-Final 2: 5:30pm – Winner Group D v Winner Group E

January 10

Quarter-Final 3: 10am – Winner Group A v 2nd Runnerup
Quarter-Final 4: 5:30pm – Winner Group B v 1st Runnerup

January 11

Semi-Final 1: 10am – Winner QF 2 vs. Winner QF 3
Semi-Final 2: 5:30pm – Winner QF 1 vs. Winner QF 4

January 12

Final: 5:30pm – Winner SF 1 vs. Winner SF 2

Player & Team List for 2020 ATP Cup

The player and the country list is was released in mid-September 2019 and was going see all of the top players participating in the competition including Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer and Andy Murray. However, Federer has withdrawn from the inaugural edition of the ATP Cup due to family reasons and as a result, Switzerland has been withdrawn from the competition.

Team List:

Serbia: Novak Djokovic, Dusan Lajovic
Spain: Rafael Nadal, Roberto Bautista Agut
Switzerland: Roger Federer, Henri Laaksonen [withdrawn, will be replaced]
Russia: Daniil Medvedev, Karen Khachanov
Austria: Dominic Thiem, Dennis Novak
Germany: Alexander Zverev, Jan-Lennard Struff
Greece: Stefanos Tsitsipas, Michail Pervolarakis
Japan: Kei Nishikori, Yoshihito Nishioka
Italy: Fabio Fognini, Matteo Berrettini
France: Gael Monfils, Benoit Paire
Belgium: David Goffin, Steve Darcis
Croatia: Borna Coric, Marin Cilic
Argentina: Diego Schwartzman, Guido Pella
Georgia: Nikoloz Basilashvili, Aleksandre Metreveli
South Africa: Kevin Anderson, Lloyd Harris
United States: John Isner, Taylor Fritz
Canada: Felix Auger-Aliassime, Milos Raonic
Great Britain: Andy Murray, Kyle Edmund
Australia: Nick Kyrgios, Alex de Minaur

Team Groups:

Group A (Brisbane):
Serbia, France, South Africa, Chile

Group B (Perth):
Spain, Japan, Georgia, Uruguay

Group C (Sydney):
Bulgaria, Belgium, Britain, Moldova

Group D (Perth):
Russia, Italy, USA, Norway

Group E (Sydney):
Austria, Croatia, Argentina, Poland

Group F (Brisbane):
Germany, Greece, Canada, Australia

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 10 Hopman Cup Title Winners

2019: Switzerland
2018: Switzerland
2017: France
2016: Australia
2015: Poland
2014: France
2013: Spain
2012: Czech Republic
2011: USA
2010: Spain

2020 ATP Cup Live Streaming

This is the first ever edition of the ATP Cup and it can be expected to be much sought-after. 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 2020 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 here.

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.

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2020 ATP Cup Tennis Live on TV

Australian fans can watch the 2020 ATP Cup live on TV with Channel Nine. The rest of the details will be updated here soon enough.