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ATP Cup Sydney Live Stream, Schedule, Date, Time, Venue, How to watch ATP Cup — Today Live Free

ATP Cup Sydney Live Stream, Schedule, Date, Time, Venue, How to watch ATP Cup

ATP Cup Sydney Live Stream, Schedule, Date, Time, Venue, How to watch ATP Cup

ATP Cup Sydney Live Stream

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  • Event: ATP Cup Sydney
  • Country: Australia
  • Dates: January 2 – 12, 2020
  • Founded: 1885
  • Month played: January
  • Location: Sydney, Australia
  • Venue: Sydney, Brisbane, Perth
  • Tennis TV Channel: FuboTV.
  • Live Stream: FuboTV ( Try for nothing )

We can dare to dream the genuine tennis played at the ATP Cup is as emotional as all the furore around it.

Tennis’ most up to date significant competition, the ATP Cup is the third group occasion going after the hearts and psyches – and dollars – of fans the world over.

It’s not exactly equivalent to September’s Laver Cup – which is Europe against the Rest of the World – and it’s not exactly the new-look Davis Cup either. The key is who’s supporting it.

In relationship with Tennis Australia, the ATP is putting on an occasion that has some major pluses. For one thing, it’s in Australia in January, which means it’s an incredible lead-up occasion to the Australian Open.

At that point there’s what’s on offer. $21.5 million in prize cash is decent, yet players can likewise gain genuine ATP rankings focuses through the occasion.

Dominating each game on course to the title would give a player 750 focuses, the likeness making a Grand Slam semi last. That is some genuine business.

As a matter of fact many aren’t fans, for example, US top 40 player Reilly Opeika, who guaranteed the occasion “is regrettable.”

“I believe it’s stunning for the benefit of the ATP for them to pass that and permit that. It’s quite humiliating, really. It’s truly awful for the game. It makes it more top-substantial than it as of now is.

“Moldova qualified. That is to say, their No.1 player (world No.46 Radu Albot) is positioned truly a long ways behind me, and their No.2 player, I don’t believe he’s positioned.”

Opeika’s correct. Moldova qualified. All Here’s nations that did, and everything else you have to think about the ATP Cup.


Sydney, Brisbane and Perth will have players from 24 qualified nations crosswise over January 3 to 12.

Groups equipped for the occasion dependent on the singles positioning of their best player the week after the US Open; the last six groups were declared the seven day stretch of the ATP Finals.

For instance, Switzerland qualified effectively due to Roger Federer being positioned third on the planet. Anyway when he pulled back from the occasion, it implied the nation never again positioned sufficiently high to highlight.

The 24 countries have been isolated into six gatherings of four, who will play cooperative effort. The six gathering champs and the two greatest second-placers will progress to the knockout stage.

Each tie will see two singles and one duplicates coordinate, with two successes guaranteeing a tie. Singles matches will be best-of-three tie-break sets with copies to highlight No-Ad scoring and a match tie-break as opposed to a third set.


  • Brisbane (Group Stage just) – Queensland Tennis Center
  • Perth (Group Stage just) – RAC Arena
  • Sydney (Full competition) – Ken Rosewall Arena


Nine has the privileges to the ATP Cup, with each match to be appeared on its 9Now spilling administration.

Morning sessions are relied upon to be appeared on Nine, at that point night sessions too except for somewhere in the range of 5:30pm and 7:30pm EDT.

Foxsports.com.au will have live inclusion of each day of the ATP Cup occasion, with recordings and reports of the defining moments and results as they occur.


Last refreshed January 2

Group A (Brisbane)

  • Chile: Cristian Garin, Nicolas Jarry, Alejandro Tabilo, Hans Podlipnik-Castillo, Marcelo Tomas Barrios Vera
  • France: Gael Monfils, Benoit Paire, Gilles Simon, Nicolas Mahut, Edouard Roger-Vasselin
  • Serbia: Novak Djokovic, Dusan Lajovic, Nikola Milojevic, Nikola Cacic, Viktor Troicki
  • South Africa: Kevin Anderson, Lloyd Harris, Ruan Roelofse, Raven Klaasen, Khololwam Montsi

Group B (Perth)

  • Georgia: Nikoloz Basilashvili, Aleksandre Metreveli, George Tsivadze, Aleksandre Bakshi, Zura Tkemeladze
  • Japan: Yoshihito Nishioka, Go Soeda, Ben McLachlan, Toshihide Matsui
  • Spain: Rafael Nadal, Roberto Bautista Agut, Pablo Carreno Busta, Albert Ramos-Vinolas, Feliciano Lopez
  • Uruguay: Pablo Cuevas, Martin Cuevas, Ariel Behar, Juan Martin Fumeaux, Franco Roncadelli

Group  C (Sydney)

  • Belgium: David Goffin, Steve Darcis, Kimmer Coppejans, Joran Vliegen, Sander Gille
  • Bulgaria: Grigor Dimitrov, Dimitar Kuzmanov, Alexandar Lazarov, Alexander Donski, Adrian Andreev
  • Incredible Britain: Daniel Evans, Cameron Norrie, James Ward, Joe Salisbury, Jamie Murray
  • Moldova: Radu Albot, Alexander Cozbinov, Egor Matvievici, Dmitrii Baskov

Group D (Perth)

  • Italy: Fabio Fognini, Stefano Travaglia, Simone Bolelli, Paolo Lorenzi, Alessandro Giannessi
  • Norway: Casper Ruud, Viktor Durasovic, Lukas Hellum Lilleengen, Herman Hoeyeraal, Leyton Rivera
  • Russia: Daniil Medvedev, Karen Khachanov, Teymuraz Gabashvili, Ivan Nedelko, Konstantin Kravchuk
  • US: John Isner, Taylor Fritz, Tommy Paul, Rajeev Ram, Austin Krajicek

Group E (Sydney)

  • Argentina: Diego Schwartzman, Guido Pella, Juan Ignacio Londero, Maximo Gonzalez, Andres Molteni
  • Austria: Dominic Thiem, Dennis Novak, Sebastian Ofner, Oliver Marach, Jurgen Melzer
  • Croatia: Borna Coric, Marin Cilic, Viktor Galovic, Ivan Dodig, Nikola Mektic
  • Poland: Hubert Hurkacz, Kamil Majchrzak, Kacper Zuk, Lukasz Kubot, Wojciech Marek

Group F (Brisbane)

  • Australia: Alex De Minaur, Nick Kyrgios, John Millman, John Peers, Chris Guccione
  • Canada: Denis Shapovalov, Felix Auger-Aliassime, Steven Diez, Adil Shamasdin, Peter Polansky
  • Germany: Alexander Zverev, Jan-Lennard Struff, Mats Moraing, Kevin Krawietz, Andreas Mies
  • Greece: Stefanos Tsitsipas, Michail Pervolarakis, Markos Kalovelonis, Petros Tsitsipas, Alexandros Skorilas


In the wake of winning the latest group occasion, the Davis Cup, Spain is favored to rehash and guarantee the ATP Cup.

As the main country with two top ten players (Rafael Nadal and Roberto Bautista Agut), the Spanish will be difficult to beat in the two singles matches, with Sportsbet putting them as $3.65 in general top picks.

Spain likewise profits by an extremely simple gathering, particularly after Japan’s best two players (counting Kei Nishikori) hauled out.

Russia is next at $6, again on account of a solid top pair of Daniil Medvedev and Karen Khachanov, while Novak Djokovic’s Serbia is probably going to make it out of its gathering and sits at $6.50.

Regardless of an extreme gathering Australia is next at $8, with Alex de Minaur and Nick Kyrgios prone to be helped by the home group advantage, at that point comes France at $8.50 (in spite of having Serbia in its gathering).

Australia’s Group F rivals, Canada (drove by youthful firearm pair Denis Shapovalov and Felix Auger-Aliassime) and Germany (with top star Alexander Zverev) are at $9.50. The champ of Group F will get a simple quarter last against the powerless Group C.

The following best chances go to Croatia ($15, favored to win Group E) and Group D groups Italy and USA (both $15), at that point Great Britain ($21) in spite of the withdrawal of Andy Murray.

In the event that you need to embrace a minnow for the ATP Cup, the chances propose either Moldova or Norway. Every one of the three groups are $426 opportunities to win the occasion.

Chances right as of January 2


Gathering STAGE (All occasions nearby)

DAY 1 (Friday January 3)

  • Brisbane – Group F
  • 10AM: Greece v Canada
  • 5:30PM: Germany v Australia
  • Perth – Group D
  • 10AM: USA v Norway
  • 5:30PM: Russia v Italy
  • Sydney – Group C
  • 10AM: Belgium v Moldova
  • 5:30PM: Bulgaria v Great Britain

DAY 2 (Saturday January 4)

  • Brisbane – Group A
  • 10AM: France v Chile
  • 5:30PM: Serbia v South Africa
  • Perth – Group B
  • 10AM: Japan v Uruguay
  • 5:30PM: Spain v Georgia
  • Sydney – Group E
  • 10AM: Argentina v Poland
  • 5:30PM: Austria v Croatia

DAY 3 (Sunday January 5)

  • Brisbane – Group F
  • 10AM: Canada v Australia
  • 5:30PM: Germany v Greece
  • Perth – Group D
  • 10AM: Italy v Norway
  • 5:30PM: Russia v USA
  • Sydney – Group C
  • 10AM: Bulgaria v Moldova
  • 5:30PM: Belgium v Great Britain

DAY 4 (Monday January 6)

  • Brisbane – Group A
  • 10AM: South Africa v Chile
  • 5:30PM: Serbia v France
  • Perth – Group B
  • 10AM: Japan v Georgia
  • 5:30PM: Spain v Uruguay
  • Sydney – Group E
  • 10AM: Croatia v Poland
  • 5:30PM: Austria v Argentina

DAY 5 (Tuesday January 7)

  • Brisbane – Group F
  • 10AM: Germany v Canada
  • 5:30PM: Greece v Australia
  • Perth – Group D
  • 10AM: Russia v Norway
  • 5:30PM: Italy v USA
  • Sydney – Group C
  • 10AM: Great Britain v Moldova
  • 5:30PM: Bulgaria v Belgium

DAY 6 (Wednesday January 8)

  • Brisbane – Group A
  • 10AM: Serbia v Chile
  • 5:30PM: France v South Africa
  • Perth – Group B
  • 10AM: Spain v Japan
  • 5:30PM: Georgia v Uruguay
  • Sydney – Group E
  • 10AM: Austria v Poland
  • 5:30PM: Croatia v Argentina


DAY 7 (Thursday January 9)


  • Quarter Final 1, 10AM: Winner Group C (Belgium, Bulgaria, Great Britain, Moldova) v Winner Group F (Australia, Canada, Germany, Greece)
  • Quarter Final 2, 5:30PM: Winner Group D (Italy, Norway, Russia, USA) v Winner Group E (Argentina, Austria, Croatia, Poland)

DAY 8 (Friday January 10)


  • Quarter Final 3, 10AM: Winner Group A (Chile, France, Serbia, South Africa) v Second-best Runner-Up
  • Quarter Final 4, 5:30PM: Winner Group B (Georgia, Japan, Spain, Uruguay) v Best Runner-Up

DAY 9 (Saturday January 11)


  • Semi Final 1, 11AM: Winner Quarter Final 2 v Winner Quarter Final 3
  • Semi Final 2, 6:30PM: Winner Quarter Final 1 v Winner Quarter Final 4

DAY 10 (Sunday January 12)


  • Last, 6:30PM: Winner Semi Final 1 v Winner Semi Final 2