ATP Cup Live Stream, Tips & Odds

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Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal are just some of the players on show when the 12-nation ATP Cup gets underway in Melbourne this week and the tournament is available to watch online via desktop and mobile.

Watch the 2021 ATP Cup live stream from your desktop or mobile device today! Live streams from all tennis matches at the ATP Cup are free to watch.

ATP Cup Live Stream: How To Watch & Bet Online

You can watch and bet on the 2021 ATP Cup with bet365 and their extensive live streaming coverage.

The bookmaker is offering all eligible customers the chance to watch and bet on all matches from the 2021 ATP Cup between February 2-6. All you need is a funded account with bet365 or to have placed an online bet within the last 24 hours of the match, although you must note that geo-restrictions may apply in some areas.

Read on below for information on how to watch and bet on the ATP Cup live from Melbourne on bet365.

ATP Cup Tennis: How to live stream with bet365

  1. Visit the bet365 website
  2. Sign into your account or register for a new one
  3. Select live streaming on the right-hand menu
  4. Choose the ATP Cup match you want to stream
  5. Enjoy live ATP Cup tennis streams and in-play betting

Under Australian law, we are required to inform you that Live Streaming on bet365 is exempt from Parts 3 and 4 of the Broadcasting Services (Online Content Service Provider Rules) 2018.

ATP Cup Tournament Information

Location: Melbourne, Australia
Dates: February 2-6
Surface: Hard
Draw Size: 12 (four groups of three)
Prize Money: $4,500,000

ATP Cup Teams & Groups

Group A

🇷🇸 Serbia
🇩🇪 Germany
🇨🇦 Canada

Group B

🇪🇸 Spain
🇬🇷 Greece
🇦🇺 Australia

Group C

🇦🇹 Austria
🇮🇹 Italy
🇫🇷 France

Group D

🇷🇺 Russia
🇦🇷 Argentina
🇯🇵 Japan

ATP Cup Tips, Predictions & Odds

The Australian summer of tennis kicks off with a bang as the world’s best male players begin what will be swift Australian Open preparations with this week’s star-studded ATP Cup.

Due to the mandatory 14-day quarantine period that all players undertook upon landing in Australia, it’s tough to say who will be hit top form immediately and who will take longer to get back into the swing of things.

Under normal circumstances, reigning champions Serbia would be the favourites. World No. 1 Novak Djokovic leads his nation and could be even more dangerous than usual when you consider he will be playing on Rod Laver Arena – the court where he has won a record eight Australian Open titles.

Rafael Nadal leads Spain into battle as they attempt to avenge their loss to Djokovic and Serbia in last year’s final. However, Nadal has never really produced his best tennis in Melbourne and he is the kind of player that thrives on momentum, intense training and a lot of matches – something he hasn’t been able to experience heading into the competition.

There’s definite value in Team Australia – Alex de Minaur recently won the ATP event in Antalya before departing for Melbourne and is primed for an absolutely massive year and Aussie summer, while John Millman has the advantage of not needing to quarantine like all overseas players.

Perhaps the strongest overall team is Russia, who boast two top 10 singles players in Daniil Medvedev and Andrey Rublev. Both are capable of beating anyone on their day, so if Russia can also enjoy success in doubles, they will be very hard to beat.

ATP Cup Schedule & Order Of Play


10am Rod Laver Arena
Serbia – Canada (Group A)
Dusan Lajovic (SERB) vs Milos Raonic (CAN)
Novak Djokovic (SERB) vs Denis Shapovalov (CAN)

5.30pm Rod Laver Arena
Spain – Australia (Group B)
Roberto Bautista Agut (SP) vs John Millman (AUS)
Rafael Nadal (SP) vs Alex de Minaur (AUS)

10am John Cain Arena
Austria – Italy (Group C)
Dennis Novak (AUT) vs Fabio Fognini (IT)
Dominic Thiem (AUT) vs Matteo Berrettini (IT)

5.30pm John Cain Arena
Russia – Argentina (Group D)
Andrey Rublev (RUS) vs Guido Pella (ARG)
Daniil Medvedev (RUS) vs Diego Schwartzman (ARG)


10am Rod Laver Arena
Germany – Canada (Group A)
Jan-Lennard Struff (GER) vs Milos Raonic (CAN)
Alexander Zverev (GER) vs Denis Shapovalov (CAN)

5.30pm Rod Laver Arena
Greece – Australia (Group B)
Michail Pervolarakis (GR) vs John Millman (AUS)
Stefanos Tsitsipas (GR) vs Alex de Minaur (AUS)

10am John Cain Arena
Italy – France (Group C)
Fabio Fognini (IT) vs Benoit Paire (FR)
Matteo Berrettini (IT) vs Gael Monfils (FR)

5.30pm John Cain Arena
Russia – Japan (Group D)
Andrey Rublev (RUS) vs Yoshito Nishioka (JAP)
Daniil Medvedev (RUS) vs Kei Nishikori (JAP)


10am Rod Laver Arena
Serbia – Germany (Group A)
Dusan Lajovic (SERB) vs Jan-Lennard Struff (GER)
Novak Djokovic (SERB) vs Alexander Zverev (GER)

5.30pm Rod Laver Arena
Spain – Greece (Group B)
Roberto Bautista Agut (SP) vs Michail Pervolarakis (GR)
Rafael Nadal (SP) vs Stefanos Tsitsipas (GR)

10am John Cain Arena
Austria – France (Group C)
Dennis Novak (AUT) vs Benoit Paire (FR)
Dominic Thiem (AUT) vs Gael Monfils (FR)

5.30pm John Cain Arena
Argentina – Japan (Group D)
Guido Pella vs Yoshihito Nishioka
Diego Schwartzman vs Kei Nishikori


Group A winner vs Group D (Rod Laver Arena)
Group B winner vs Group C (Rod Laver Arena)

Finals at Rod Laver Arena