ATP Cup 2022 Tips, Predictions & Live Stream

Andrew Hendrie:
ATP Cup Tips

The best players in the world will be on show when the 2022 ATP Cup gets underway in Sydney to launch a jam-packed Australian summer of tennis.

ATP Cup 2022 Tips, Predictions & Live Stream – read on below for everything you need to know surrounding the 2022 ATP Cup.

ATP Cup Tips & Predictions

Our tennis expert will release his ATP Cup tips & predictions for individual matches and group ties here 24 hours before the start time. Check back here regularly for links to the latest ATP Cup matches.

ATP Cup Live Stream

Online bookmaker bet365 will be broadcasting the entire 2022 ATP Cup on their extensive live streaming service. All eligible customers will have the opportunity to watch and bet on the ATP Cup, including matches featuring Novak Djokovic, Daniil Medvedev, Alexander Zverev and Stefanos Tsitsipas. Bet365 will also live stream the final.

You will need a funded account or to have placed an online bet in the last 24 hours to live stream the ATP Cup – although you must note that geo-restrictions may apply in some areas.

How to live stream the ATP Cup online with bet365

  1. Go to the bet365 website
  2. Sign into your account or register for a new one
  3. Navigate to the tennis menu
  4. Select the ATP Cup match you want to view

Under Australian law, we are required to inform you that Live Streaming is exempt from Parts 3 and 4 of the Broadcasting Services (Online Content Service Provider Rules) 2018. Our entire service, including Live Streaming, is only for persons aged 18 years and over. You must take all reasonable steps to ensure that any person under the age of 18 does not view Live Streaming

ATP Cup Tournament Details

📅 Dates: January 1-9, 2022
🇦🇺 Location: Sydney, Australia
🏟 Venues: Ken Rosewall Arena & Qudos Bank Arena
🎾 Surface: Hardcourt
💰 Prize Money: US$10 Million

ATP Cup Teams & Players

Eighteen of the world’s top 20 players will feature in Sydney at the 2022 ATP Cup, including World No. 1 Novak Djokovic and reigning US Open champion Daniil Medvedev. Top five stars Alexander Zverev, Stefanos Tsitsipas and Andrey Rublev will also headline the event.

Russia – led by Medvedev and Rublev – are the defending champions and were also recently crowned Davis Cup champions at the end of the 2021 season.

Home nation Australia will be spearheaded by Alex de Minaur and James Duckworth, with Nick Kyrgios missing out after his ranking slipped outside of the top 90.

🇷🇸 Serbia 🇷🇸

Novak Djokovic
Dusan Lajovic
Filip Krajinovic
Nikola Cacic
Matej Sabanov

🇬🇧 Great Britain 🇬🇧

Cameron Norrie
Daniel Evans
Liam Broady
Joe Salisbury
Jamie Murray
🇷🇺 Russia 🇷🇺

Daniil Medvedev
Andrey Rublev
Aslan Karatsev
Roman Safiullin
Evgeny Donskoy

🇦🇷 Argentina 🇦🇷

Diego Schwartzman
Federico Delbonis
Federico Coria
Maximo Gonzalez
Andres Molteni
 🇩🇪 Germany 🇩🇪

Alexander Zverev
Jan-Lennard Struff
Yannick Hanfmann
Kevin Krawietz
Tim Puetz

🇦🇹 Austria 🇦🇹

Dominic Thiem
Dennis Novak
Lucas Miedler
Oliver Marach
Philipp Oswald

 🇬🇷 Greece 🇬🇷

Stefanos Tsitsipas
Michail Pervolarakis
Petros Tsitsipas
Markos Kalovelonis
Aristotelis Thanos
🇨🇱 Chile 🇨🇱

Cristian Garin
Alejandro Tabilo
Tomas Barrios Vera

🇮🇹 Italy 🇮🇹

Matteo Berrettini
Jannik Sinner
Lorenzo Sonego
Simone Bolelli
Fabio Fognini

🇪🇸 Spain 🇪🇸

Roberto Bautista Agut
Pablo Carreno Busta
Albert Ramos-Vinolas
Alejandro Davidovich Fokina
Pedro Martinez

🇳🇴 Norway 🇳🇴

Casper Ruud
Viktor Durasovic
Lukas Hellum-Lilleengen
Leyton Rivera
Andreja Petrovic
🇬🇪 Georgia 🇬🇪

Nikoloz Basilashvili
Aleksandre Metreveli
Aleksandre Bakshi
Zura Tkemaladze
Saba Purtseladze
 🇵🇱 Poland 🇵🇱

Hubert Hurkacz
Kamil Majchrzak
Kacper Zuk
Jan Zielinski
Szymon Walkow
🇺🇸 United States 🇺🇸

Taylor Fritz
John Isner
Brandon Nakashima
Rajeev Ram
Austin Krajicek
 🇨🇦 Canada 🇨🇦

Felix Auger-Aliassime
Denis Shapovalov
Brayden Schnur
Peter Polansky
Steven Diez

🇦🇺 Australia (WC) 🇦🇺

Alex de Minaur
James Duckworth
Max Purcell
John Peers
Luke Saville

ATP Cup Groups

Group D is certainly the ‘group of death’, with defending champions Russia set to come up against Italy, Austria and Australia.

Top 10 stars Matteo Berrettini and Jannik Sinner headline the Italian side, while Dominic Thiem makes his comeback from injury for Austria. De Minaur is always a difficult prospect when he pulls on the green and gold and will be extra motivated in front of his home fans in Sydney.

Group A Serbia, Norway, Chile, Spain
Group B Russia, Italy, Austria, Australia
Group C Germany, Canada, Great Britain, USA
Group D Greece, Poland, Argentina, Georgia

ATP Cup 2022 Schedule

The 2022 ATP Cup begins on New Year’s Day with World No. 1 Novak Djokovic in action for Serbia as they come up against Casper Ruud and Norway to headline the night session. Stefanos Tsitsipas will also be in action to launch the competition against Poland.

Australia open their campaign on January 2 during the night session against Italy.

Ken Rosewall Arena Qudos Bank Arena
Jan 1 (Day)  Chile vs Spain  Argentina vs Georgia
Jan 1 (Night)  Serbia vs Norway  Greece vs Poland
Jan 2 (Day)  Russia vs Austria  Canada vs USA
Jan 2 (Night)  Italy vs Australia  Germany vs Great Britain
Jan 3 (Day)  Poland vs Georgia  Norway vs Spain
Jan 3 (Night)  Greece vs Argentina  Serbia vs Chile
Jan 4 (Day)  Germany vs USA  Italy vs Austria
Jan 4 (Night)  Canada vs Great Britain  Russia vs Australia
Jan 5 (Day)  Norway vs Chile  Poland vs Argentina
Jan 5 (Night)  Serbia vs Spain  Greece vs Georgia
Jan 6 (Day)  Russia vs Italy  Great Britain vs USA
Jan 6 (Night)  Austria vs Australia  Germany vs Canada
Jan 7 (Night) SF | Winner Group A vs Winner Group D
Jan 8 (Day) SF | Winner Group B vs Winner Group C
Jan 9 (Night) Final

About the ATP Cup

The ATP Cup is a team competition that is played on outdoor hardcourt in the lead-up to the Australian Open.

The competition traditionally features 24 nations, but that number has been slashed in recent years due to the pandemic. A total of 16 countries will compete in the 2022 ATP Cup.

Novak Djokovic led Serbia to the inaugural ATP Cup crown in 2020 over Rafael Nadal and Spain, while Russia are the defending champions after defeating Italy in 2021.

Sixteen teams will compete in groups of four in a round robin format, with the winners of each group advancing to the semi-finals.

Normally, the ATP Cup is played around different cities in Australia, but due to the pandemic, the 2022 edition will be staged exclusively in Sydney.