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ATP Cup players: Every team and player at the 2020 ATP Cup

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1st January, 2020
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A new era in team tennis begins this summer, with the inaugural ATP Cup tournament taking place in Sydney, Brisbane and Perth from January 3 until January 12. This is The Roar’s full guide to all the players appearing at this year’s tournament.

Replacing the trio of tournaments that used to precede the Australian Open (although the Brisbane International will continue for the women), the ATP Cup sees 24 nations – divided into six groups of four – play Davis Cup-esque round robin fixtures, before progressing to quarter-finals, semi-finals and, ultimately, the finals.

Each fixture is played as a best-of-three. The first match is a singles match between each country’s second-ranked player, the second is a singles match between the first-ranked players and the third is a doubles match.

2020 ATP Cup teams

Navigate players by group
Group A | Group B | Group C | Group D | Group E | Group F

Navigate players by team
Argentina | Australia | Austria | Belgium | Bulgaria | Chile | Canada | Croatia | France | Georgia | Germany | Great Britain | Greece | Italy | Japan | Moldova | Norway | Poland | Russia | Serbia | South Africa | Spain | Uruguay | USA

Group A – Brisbane

Chile
No. 1 player: Cristian Garin (34)
No. 2 player: Nicolas Jarry (77)
No. 3 player: Alejandro Tabilo (206)

France
No. 1 player: Gael Monfils (10)
No. 2 player: Benoit Paire (24)
No. 3 player: Gilles Simon (56)*

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Gilles Simon replaces the injured Lucas Pouille.

Serbia
No. 1 player: Novak Djokovic (2)
No. 2 player: Dusan Lajovic (35)
No. 3 player: Nikola Milojevic (160)

South Africa
No. 1 player: Kevin Anderson (92)
No. 2 player: Lloyd Harris (101)
No. 3 player: Ruan Roelofse (659)

Group B – Perth

Georgia
No. 1 player: Nikoloz Basilashvili (26)
No. 2 player: Aleksandre Metreveli (676)
No. 3 player: George Tsivadze (882)

Japan
No. 1 player: Yoshihito Nishioka (69)
No. 2 player: Toshihide Matsui (169)
No. 3 player: TBC

Kei Nishikori and Yasutaka Uchiyama withdrew with injury.

Spain
No. 1 player: Rafael Nadal (1)
No. 2 player: Roberto Bautista Agut (9)
No. 3 player: Pablo Carreno Busta (27)

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Uruguay
No. 1 player: Pablo Cuevas (45)
No. 2 player: Martin Cuevas (499)
No. 3 player: Franco Roncadelli (1859)

Group C – Sydney

Belgium
No. 1 player: David Goffin (11)
No. 2 player: Steve Darcis (155)
No. 3 player: Kimmer Coppejans (158)

Bulgaria
No. 1 player: Grigor Dimitrov (20)
No. 2 player: Dimitar Kuzmanov (417)
No. 3 player: Alexandar Lazarov (509)

Great Britain
No. 1 player: Dan Evans (42)
No. 2 player: Cameron Norrie (53)
No. 3 player: James Ward (301)

Andy Murray withdrew due to injury.

Moldova
No. 1 player: Radu Albot (46)
No. 2 player: Alexander Cozbinov (828)
No. 3 player: Egor Matvievici (1511)

Group D – Brisbane

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Australia
No. 1 player: Alex de Minaur (18)
No. 2 player: Nick Kyrgios (30)
No. 3 player: John Millman (48)

Canada
No. 1 player: Denis Shapovalov (15)
No. 2 player: Felix Auger-Aliassime (21)
No. 3 player: Steven Diez (136)

Germany
No. 1 player: Alexander Zverev (7)
No. 2 player: Jan-Lennard Struff (36)
No. 3 player: Mats Moraing (188)

Greece
No. 1 player: Stefanos Tsitsipas (6)
No. 2 player: Michail Pervolarakis (441)
No. 3 player: Markos Kalovelonis (753)

Group E – Perth

Italy
No. 1 player: Fabio Fognini (12)
No. 2 player: Stefano Travaglia (83)
No. 3 player: Alessandro Giannessei (148)

Norway
No. 1 player: Casper Ruud (55)
No. 2 player: Viktor Durasovic (338)
No. 3 player: Lukas Hellum Lilleengen (1573)

Russia
No. 1 player: Daniil Medvedev (4)
No. 2 player: Karen Khachanov (17)
No. 3 player: Teymuraz Gabashvili (276)

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USA
No. 1 player: John Isner (19)
No. 2 player: Taylor Fritz (32)
No. 3 player: Reilly Opelka (33)

Group F – Sydney

Argentina
No. 1 player: Diego Schwartzman (14)
No. 2 player: Guido Pella (25)
No. 3 player: Juan Ignacio Londero (50)

Austria
No. 1 player: Dominic Thiem (5)
No. 2 player: Dennis Novak (108)
No. 3 player: Sebastian Ofner (173)

Croatia
No. 1 player: Borna Coric (28)
No. 2 player: Marin Cilic (39)
No. 3 player: Viktor Galovic (254)

Poland
No. 1 player: Hubert Hurkacz (37)
No. 2 player: Kamil Majchrzak (91)
No. 3 player: Kasper Zuk (452)