2021 ATP Cup Betting Tips

The 2021 ATP Cup will be the second edition of a team tennis touurnament that coincides with the beginning of the 2021 ATP Tour. The 2021 ATP Cup features 24 nations that compete over 10 days in the lead up to the Australian Open Grand Slam.

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2021 ATP Cup FAQ

When is the 2021 ATP Cup being played?

The 2021 ATP Cup is being played from 4-10 January 2021.

Where is the 2021 ATP Cup being played?

The 2021 ATP Cup group stage is being played in Brisbane, Perth and Sydney with the quarter-finals, semi-finals and final to be played at the Ken Rosewall Arena in Sydney, Australia.

What surface is the 2021 ATP Cup played on?

The 2021 ATP Cup is played on hard courts.

What is the 2021 ATP Cup Prize Money?

The 2021 ATP Cup prize money will be similar to the US$15,000,000 on offer in 2020.

Who won the 2020 ATP Cup?

Serbia won the 2020 ATP Cup with a 2-1 win against Spain in the final.

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2021 ATP Cup Betting Odds

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2021 ATP Cup Prize Money Breakdown

The 2021 ATP Cup prize money is expected to be US$15,000,000 with players earning money through their individual matches.

2021 ATP Cup Teams & Players

There will be 24 countries competing at the 2021 ATP Cup. Below are the 24 nations that competed at the 2020 ATP Cup and the top three players from each nation.

#NationNo. 1 PlayerNo. 2 PlayerNo. 3 Player
1  Serbia Novak Djokovic Dušan Lajović Nikola Milojevic
2  Spain Rafael Nadal Roberto Bautista Agut Pablo Carreño Busta
3  Russia Daniil Medvedev Karen Khachanov Teymuraz Gabashvili
4  Austria Dominic Thiem Dennis Novak Sebastian Ofner
5  Germany Alexander Zverev Jan-Lennard Struff Mats Moraing
6  Greece Stefanos Tsitsipas Michail Pervolarakis Markos Kalovelonis
7  Japan Kei Nishikori Yoshihito Nishioka Yasutaka Uchiyama
8  Italy Matteo Berrettini Fabio Fognini Stefano Travaglia
9  France Gaël Monfils Lucas Pouille Benoît Paire
10  Belgium David Goffin Steve Darcis Kimmer Coppejans
11  Croatia Borna Ćorić Marin Čilić Viktor Galović
12  Argentina Diego Schwartzman Guido Pella Juan Ignacio Londero
13  Georgia Nikoloz Basilashvili Aleksandre Metreveli George Tsivadze
14  South Africa Kevin Anderson Lloyd Harris Ruan Roelofse
15  United States John Isner Taylor Fritz Reilly Opelka
16  Canada Denis Shapovalov Félix Auger-Aliassime Steven Diez
17  Great Britain Dan Evans Cameron Norrie James Ward
18 (WC)  Australia Alex de Minaur Nick Kyrgios John Millman
19  Bulgaria Grigor Dimitrov Dimitar Kuzmanov Alexandar Lazarov
20  Chile Cristian Garín Nicolás Jarry Alejandro Tabilo
21  Poland Hubert Hurkacz Kamil Majchrzak Kacper Żuk
22  Uruguay Pablo Cuevas Martín Cuevas Franco Roncadelli
23  Moldova Radu Albot Alexander Cozbinov Egor Matvievici
24  Norway Casper Ruud Viktor Durasovic Lukas Lilleengen

2021 ATP Cup Groups

The 2021 ATP Cup will feature 24 teams divided into six groups of four teams each that play in a round-robin format. The six winners of each group and the two best second-placed finishers qualify for the quarterfinals.

Below are the groups and teams at the 2020 ATP Cup.

GroupPos. 1Pos. 2Pos. 3Pos. 4
Group A (Brisbane) Serbia France South Africa Chile
Group B (Perth) Spain Japan Georgia Uruguay
Group C (Sydney) Belgium Great Britain  Bulgaria Moldova
Group D (Perth)  Russia Italy United States Norway
Group E (Sydney) Austria Croatia Argentina Poland
Group F (Brisbane) Germany Greece Canada Australia

2021 ATP Cup Qualification

The teams that qualify for the 2021 ATP Cup are determined by the singles ranking of their best player. 18 teams are announced after the 2020 US Open with the next six teams announced the week of the ATP Finals.

For a country to qualify for the 2021 ATP Cup, it must have a minimum three players with an ATP ranking and two with a singles ranking.

2021 ATP Cup Dates

The 2021 ATP Cup begins on 4 January and concludes on 10 January 2021.

When is the 2021 ATP Cup Final?

The 2021 ATP Cup Final will be held on Sunday 10 January 2021.

2021 ATP Cup Draw & Schedule

Check the 2021 ATP Cup draw & schedule for all the matches at the tournament.

ATP Cup Results

Stay in touch with the ATP Cup results to find value in the tennis betting markets. 

ATP Cup Champions, Runners-Up & Final Score

The 2020 ATP Cup was the first edition of the ATP Cup and was won by Serbia. 

Final Score

Who has won the most ATP Cup Titles?

Serbia won the inaugural ATP Cup in 2020 and are the only team to win the tournament.

ATP Cup Bet of the Day

The ATP Cup will feature in our tennis bet of the day, our best tennis bet of the day that could come from a range of betting markets such as match winner, games handicap, over/under total games or straight sets.

ATP Cup Highlights

Catch up on all the highlights at the ATP Cup at the ATP Tour Youtube channel and the ATP Tennis TV Youtube channel.

ATP Cup News

Get all the news from the ATP Cup by checking in with the official ATP Cup website. Get more ATP Cup news at the ATP Cup website.

ATP Cup Social Media

Stay in touch with the ATP Cup at all the major social media sites.

ATP Cup History

The ATP Cup was first proposed by ATP director Chris Kermode on 1 July 2018. The idea for the ATP Cup was a continuation of the World Team Cup that took placed in Düsseldorf, Germany from 1978 to 2012.

On November 15 2018 the ATP and Tennis Australia announced that the World Team Cup would be renamed the ATP Cup. The format would see 24 teams playing in Brisbane, Perth and Sydney in the build up to the Australian Open Grand Slam.

The Hopman Cup was discontinued with the introduction of the ATP Cup.

The 2020 ATP Cup was the first edition of the tournament and won by Serbia in Sydney on 12 January 2020. Spain's Roberto Bautista Agut beat Dušan Lajović in the first match but Serbia bounced back after Novak Djokovic defeated Rafael Nadal. Serbia clinched the title in the doubles match, Novak Djokovic &Viktor Troicki beating Pablo Carreño Busta & Feliciano López 6-3, 6-4.

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