ATP Cup 2022

The 2022 ATP Cup will be the third edition of the ATP Cup, an international outdoor hard court men’s tennis tournament held by the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP). It will be held with 16 teams at the Ken Rosewall Arena and the Sydney Super Dome in Sydney, from 1 to 9 January 2022.

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Fifteen countries qualified for the ATP Cup, based on the ATP Ranking of its No. 1 singles player at the entry deadline on 6 December 2021 and their commitment to play the event. Host country Australia received a wild card.
Switzerland was withdrawn as a qualifying country after 16th rated Roger Federer withdrew from the event due to recovery from a knee injury. World No. 6 Rafael Nadal also withdrew, but Spain could qualify with their next best singles player. France got replaced by Team USA, as Gaël Monfils didn’t sign in for the event.

Seed Nation No. 1 player Rank No. 2 player Rank No. 3 player No. 4 player No. 5 player
1  Serbia Dušan Lajović 33 Filip Krajinović 42 Nikola Milojević Nikola Ćaćić Matej Sabanov
2  Russia Daniil Medvedev 2 Aslan Karatsev 18 Roman Safiullin Evgeny Donskoy
3  Germany Alexander Zverev 3 Jan-Lennard Struff 51 Yannick Hanfmann Kevin Krawietz Tim Pütz
4  Greece Stefanos Tsitsipas 4 Michail Pervolarakis 399 Petros Tsitsipas Markos Kalovelonis Aristotelis Thanos
5  Italy Matteo Berrettini 7 Jannik Sinner 10 Lorenzo Sonego Simone Bolelli Fabio Fognini
6  Norway Casper Ruud 8 Viktor Durasovic 345 Lukas Hellum Lilleengen Leyton Rivera Andreja Petrovic
7  Poland Hubert Hurkacz 9 Kamil Majchrzak 117 Kacper Żuk Jan Zieliński Szymon Walków
8  Canada Félix Auger-Aliassime 11 Denis Shapovalov 14 Brayden Schnur Peter Polansky Steven Diez
9  Great Britain Cameron Norrie 12 Dan Evans 25 Liam Broady Joe Salisbury Jamie Murray
10  Argentina Diego Schwartzman 13 Federico Delbonis 44 Federico Coria Máximo González Andrés Molteni
11  Austria Dennis Novak 119 Lucas Miedler 291 Alexander Erler Oliver Marach Philipp Oswald
12  Chile Cristian Garín 17 Alejandro Tabilo 139 Tomas Barrios Vera
13  Spain Roberto Bautista Agut 19 Pablo Carreño Busta 20 Albert Ramos Viñolas A. Davidovich Fokina Pedro Martínez
14  Georgia Nikoloz Basilashvili 22 Aleksandre Metreveli 571 Aleksandre Bakshi Zura Tkemaladze Saba Purtseladze
15  United States Taylor Fritz 23 John Isner 24 Brandon Nakashima Rajeev Ram Austin Krajicek
16 (WC)  Australia Alex de Minaur 34 James Duckworth 49 Max Purcell John Peers Luke Saville

2022 ATP Cup Schedule

KRA QBA
1 Jan Day Chile vs Spain Argentina vs Georgia
1 Jan Night Serbia vs Norway Greece vs Poland
2 Jan Day Russia vs Austria Canada vs USA
2 Jan Night Italy vs Australia Germany vs Great Britain
3 Jan Day Poland vs Georgia Norway vs Spain
3 Jan Night Greece vs Argentina Serbia vs Chile
4 Jan Day Germany vs USA Italy vs Austria
4 Jan Night Canada vs Great Britain Russia vs Australia
5 Jan Day Norway vs Chile Poland vs Argentina
5 Jan Night Serbia vs Spain Greece vs Georgia
6 Jan Day Russia vs Italy Great Britain vs USA
6 Jan Night Austria vs Australia Germany vs Canada
*KRA= Ken Rosewall Arena and QBA= Qudos Bank Arena

The winner of Group A will meet the winner of Group D in the first semi-final on the evening of 7 January for a spot in the championship match, with the winners of Group B and C playing during the day on 8 January. The final will be on the evening of 9 January, with all knockout stage matches taking place inside Ken Rosewall Arena.

Knockout Stage Schedule

Match KRA
7 Jan Night SF Winner Group A vs. Winner Group D
8 Jan Day SF Winner Group B vs. Winner Group C
9 Jan Night Final Winner SF 1 vs. Winner SF 2

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