24-Country Field Set For Inaugural 2020 ATP Cup

Final six nations qualify in ATP Cup Standings

The field is set for the inaugural ATP Cup, to be held from 3-12 January 2020 in Brisbane, Perth and Sydney. The final six countries — Bulgaria, Chile, Poland, Uruguay, Moldova and Norway — have qualified in the ATP Cup Standings to complete the 24-team field.

Grigor Dimitrov (Bulgaria), Cristian Garin (Chile), Hubert Hurkacz (Poland), Pablo Cuevas (Uruguay), Radu Albot (Moldova) and Casper Ruud (Norway) will lead their countries in the spectacular event that launches the 2020 ATP Tour season. The ATP Cup will feature nine members of the Top 10 in the ATP Rankings — including Serbia’s Novak Djokovic and Spain’s Rafael Nadal — and 26 of the Top 30 committed to play.

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As the highest qualified country at the second entry deadline, Bulgaria replaced Switzerland and joined Belgium and Great Britain in Group C in Sydney. The remaining five countries were drawn into their groups/cities in a live ceremony on 14 November. (Watch a replay of the draw on the ATP Cup’s Facebook page.)

Chile (Group A, Brisbane), Uruguay (Group B, Perth), Moldova (Group C, Sydney),  Norway (Group D, Perth), Poland (Group E, Sydney).

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The group stages of the AU $22 million/US $15 million ATP Cup will be hosted in Brisbane, Perth and Sydney over six days. Eight countries will then compete at the Final Eight in Sydney that will feature quarter-finals over two days, semi-finals and a final. Each tie will comprise of two singles and one doubles match.

COUNTRIES & TOP 2 PLAYERS COMMITTED TO 2020 ATP CUP

No.
Country
No. 1 Player No. 2 Player
1.
Serbia
Novak Djokovic Dusan Lajovic
2.
Spain
Rafael Nadal Roberto Bautista Agut
3.
Russia
Daniil Medvedev Karen Khachanov
4.
Austria
Dominic Thiem Dennis Novak
5.
Germany
Alexander Zverev Jan-Lennard Struff
6.
Greece
Stefanos Tsitsipas Michail Pervolarakis
7.
Japan
Kei Nishikori Yoshihito Nishioka
8.
Italy
Matteo Berrettini Fabio Fognini
9.
France
Gael Monfils Lucas Pouille
10.
Belgium
David Goffin Steve Darcis
11.
Croatia
Borna Coric Marin Cilic
12.
Argentina
Diego Schwartzman Guido Pella
13.
Georgia
Nikoloz Basilashvili Aleksandre Metreveli
14.
South Africa
Kevin Anderson Lloyd Harris
15.
United States
John Isner Taylor Fritz
16.
Canada
Denis Shapovalov Felix Auger-Aliassime
17.
Great Britain
Andy Murray Daniel Evans
18.
Australia
Alex de Minaur Nick Kyrgios
19.
Bulgaria
Grigor Dimitrov Dimitar Kuzmanov
20.
Chile
Cristian Garin Nicolas Jarry
21.
Poland
Hubert Hurkacz Kamil Majchrzak
22.
Uruguay
Pablo Cuevas Martin Cuevas
23.
Moldova
Radu Albot Alexander Cozbinov
24.
Norway
Casper Ruud Viktor Durasovic