2022 ATP Cup Predictions & Tips

ATP Cup Betting Tips


Get the best ATP Cup betting tips including tournament winner, group winners and individual match winners.

The 2022 ATP Cup is an international men's tennis tournament between 16 nations. The tournament will be played in Sydney from 1 to 9 January as a lead-up to the Australian Open.

Russia are the defending champions after beating Italy 2-0 in the 2021 final.

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Betting on the ATP Cup


Important factors to be taken into account when betting on the ATP Cup is the weather and location.

The weather in Australia can be very hot in January which can benefit players that are used to those conditions.


ATP Cup Live Streaming


Watch all the matches at the ATP Cup with live streaming. One of the best online live streaming services is bet365 where you can switch between tennis betting markets and live action.

Check out our ATP Cup live streaming guide for information on how to watch all the matches in Sydney.


Bet of the Day


Check our tennis bet of the day during the ATP Cup for tips including match winners, games handicap, total games over/under or straight sets tips.

Format


Each tie is comprised of two singles matches and one doubles match. The country that wins two matches wins the tie. 

Singles are best-of-three tie-break sets. Doubles will feature No-Ad scoring and a Match Tie-break in lieu of a third set.

The No.2 players will play first in each tie, followed by the No.1 players, followed by the doubles. All doubles matches are played regardless of whether the tie is decided after the two singles matches except if the final is decided after the two singles matches.

Qualification


Qualification is determined by the singles ranking of their best player.

Teams & Players


Fifteen countries qualified based on the ATP Ranking of its No.1 singles player. Australia received a wild card.

Switzerland withdrew after Roger Federer withdrew to recovery from a knee injury. Rafael Nadal also withdrew, but Spain qualified with their next best singles player, Roberto Bautista Agut.

Dominic Thiem's withdrawal and Dennis Novak's inability to travel to Australia meant Austria withdrew from the competition. Austria were replaced with France.

Novak Djokovic withdrew on 29 December 2021, but Serbia remained at the ATP Cup because Dušan Lajović met the entry criteria.

Andrey Rublev and Aslan Karatsev withdrew from Russia's team on 29 December 2021.

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Nation
No.1 Player
Rank
No.2 Player
RankNo.3 Player
No.4 Player
1 Serbia Dušan Lajović 33 Filip Krajinović 42 Nikola Ćaćić Matej Sabanov
2 Russia Daniil Medvedev 2 Roman Safiullin 167 Evgeny Karlovskiy Alexander Shevchenko
3 Germany Alexander Zverev 3 Jan-Lennard Struff 51 Yannick Hanfmann Kevin Krawietz
4 Greece Stefanos Tsitsipas 4 Michail Pervolarakis 399 Petros Tsitsipas Markos Kalovelonis
5 Italy Matteo Berrettini 7 Jannik Sinner 10 Lorenzo Sonego Simone Bolelli
6 Norway Casper Ruud 8 Viktor Durasovic 345 Lukas Hellum Lilleengen Leyton Rivera
7 Poland Hubert Hurkacz 9 Kamil Majchrzak 117 Kacper Żuk Jan Zieliński
8 Canada Félix Auger-Aliassime 11 Denis Shapovalov 14 Brayden Schnur Steven Diez
9 Great Britain Cameron Norrie 12 Dan Evans 25 Liam Broady Joe Salisbury
10 Argentina Diego Schwartzman 13 Federico Delbonis 44 Federico Coria Máximo González
11 Chile Cristian Garín 17 Alejandro Tabilo 139 Tomas Barrios Vera
12 Spain Roberto Bautista Agut 19 Pablo Carreño Busta 20 Albert Ramos Viñolas A. Davidovich Fokina
13 Georgia Nikoloz Basilashvili 22 Aleksandre Metreveli 571 Aleksandre Bakshi Zura Tkemaladze
14 United States Taylor Fritz 23 John Isner 24 Brandon Nakashima Rajeev Ram
15 Australia Alex de Minaur 34 James Duckworth 49 Max Purcell John Peers
16 France Ugo Humbert 35 Arthur Rinderknech 58 Édouard Roger-Vasselin Fabrice Martin

Schedule


The 2021 ATP Cup will be played from 1 to 9 January.

Day
Date
Events
1 Saturday 1 January Group Stage Matches
2 Sunday 2 January Group Stage Matches
3 Monday 3 January Group Stage Matches
4 Tuesday 4 January Group Stage Matches
5 Wednesday 5 January Group Stage Matches
6 Thursday 6 January Group Stage Matches
7 Friday 7 January Semi Finals
8 Saturday 8 January Semi Finals
9 Sunday 9 January Final

News


Keep up to date with all the news from the ATP Cup at the official website.

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2022 ATP Cup FAQ

When is the 2022 ATP Cup being played?

The 2022 ATP Cup will be played from 1 to 9 January 2022.

Where is the 2022 ATP Cup being played?

The 2022 ATP Cup will be played at the Ken Rosewall Arena and the Sydney Super Dome in Sydney, Australia.

What surface is the 2022 ATP Cup played on?

The 2022 ATP Cup is being played on outdoor hard courts.

What is the 2022 ATP Cup Prize Money?

The 2022 ATP Cup prize money is $10,000,000.

Who won the 2021 ATP Cup?

Russia won the 2021 ATP Cup with a 2-0 win against Italy in the final.