If you are looking to visit Australia for the 2020 ATP Cup and wanting to understand where and how to buy tickets for it, here all the information you need. Latest ATP Cup tickets options along with its prices has been updated below.

The ATP Cup’s first edition will be held in January 2020 with 24 countries taking part in the tournament that has replaced the Hopman Cup. This competition, like the Hopman Cup will also be played in Australia but will be hosted across the country instead of just one venue. Unlike the Hopman Cup, however, this would be a men’s only event.

A prize money of $22 million and a total of 750 ranking points will be on offer for this competition.

2020 ATP Cup Schedule & Dates

This first season of the ATP Cup will kick-start on January 3 and go on for 10 days until the final on January 12, 2020. It will act as a tune-up to the Australian Open.

Each of the 24 teams will be a part of one of six groups and will play three ties apiece. The top team from each of the six groups, and the two best second-placed teams will make it to the quarter-finals. This will be followed by the semifinals and final.

Following is the ATP Cup 2020 schedule

1st Round Schedule

January 3

Starts at 10 am:
Belgium v TBA
Greece v Canada

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

January 4

Starts at 10 am
Argentina v TBC
Japan v TBC
France v TBC

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

January 5

Starts at 10 am
Belgium v Great Britain
Italy v TBC
Canada v Australia

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

January 6

Starts at 10 am
Croatia v TBA
Japan v Georgia
South Africa v TBA

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

January 7

Starts at 10 am
Great Britain v TBA
Russia v TBA
Germany v Canada

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

January 8

Starts at 10 am
Austria v TBA
Spain v Japan
Serbia v TBA

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

Knockout 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

What are the different ATP Cup 2020 ticket options?

Round one tickets are available for the matches played at the three venues; at the Pat Rafter Arena in Brisbane, at the RAC Arena in Perth and Ken Rosewall Arena in Sydney. All quarter-finals, semi-finals and final will be held at Sydney.

Tickets for single sessions, multi sessions and final-eight are available along with the hospitality experiences. More information on each one of them can be found below.

What is the cost of the ATP 2020 tickets?

Single & Multi Session Tickets

The starting price for the tickets for matches in Brisbane is AUD 30 for the day session and AUD 97 for the evening session. The exception to to this is Sunday, January 5 where the tickets for the evening session cost AUD 30 and a day session ticket costs AUD 97.

All night session tickets for the Brisbane matches cost AUD 312 while tickets for all sessions in Perth cost AUD 624.

Ticket cost for the matches at Perth begin from AUD 5 while the minimum price for some matches is AUD 10. These costs can go up to AUD 170 for baseline seats.

Matches in Sydney cost AUD 30-40 as their base price for the round-robin matches.

Quarterfinal day session tickets cost AUD 35 while evening session tickets are priced at a minimum cost of AUD 50. Semifinal tickets cost AUD 95 while the base price for the ATP Cup finals ticket is AUD 150.



How to buy ATP Cup 2020 tickets?

The official website to be able to buy the ATP Cup 2020 tickets is ATPCup.com and the tickets are available here.

What to do if ATP Cup 2020 tickets are sold out?

Given the star power in action during the 2020 ATP Cup, there is every chance that tickets for the main matches, especially those involving the top stars might get sold out if you wait for too long. In that case you could look at secondary sale ticketing sites like Viagogo or Stubhub to buy these ATP Cup tickets.

Viagogo or Stubhub aren’t approved by the organisers but websites where ticket-holders usually sell off their tickets in case they opt not to travel. It must be noted that the ticket price will be higher or lower than the printed price and depends on the supply and demand for respective matches.

Player & Team List for 2020 ATP Cup

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, TBA

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

Group C (Sydney):
TBA, Belgium, Britain, TBA

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

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

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