ATP Cup 2020 Betting Preview - Tennis Predictions

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ATP Cup 2020 Betting Preview - Tennis Predictions

The ATP Cup is an exciting new men’s tournament that gets the new tennis season and New Year (and decade) off to a spectacular start.

The tournament will take place in Australia and run over 10 days from 03 to 12 January. It will inevitably be seen as something of a pointer to the Australian Open which follows shortly thereafter.

ATP Cup 2020 will consist of 24 countries competing across Brisbane, Perth and Sydney, culminating in the winner-takes-all Final Eight in Sydney.

ATP Cup 2020 Format

The 24 teams are divided into six groups of four for group stage, round-robin play. The six winners of each group and the two best second-placed finishers across the groups will qualify to contest the Final Eight.

Each day will be divided into two sessions a day and an evening session. The day session will begin at 10:00 and feature the No. 2 singles players of each nation going head-to-head. The No. 1 singles matchup will immediately follow. The doubles, which will be played even if a country has won both singles matches, will conclude the session.

For evening session matches, play begins at 17:30 with the No. 2 singles. The No. 1 singles is guaranteed to start no earlier than 7 p.m. Doubles concludes the session.

ATP Cup 2020 – Canada Games

Canada have been drawn in Group F, with matches to be played at the Pat Rafter Arena in the Queensland Tennis Centre in Tennyson, Brisbane.

The draw hasn’t done Canada any favours, with their group rivals being Germany, Greece and the host nation, Australia. That makes for a very strong and competitive group.

Canada begin their quest for glory against Greece on Friday 03 January, then face Australia on Sunday 05 January and finally Germany on Tuesday 07 January.

The Canadian team is comprised of Denis Shapovalov, Félix Auger-Aliassime and Steven Diez.

These are the ATP Cup 2020 betting odds to win Group F with Sports Interaction:

  • Canada +150 (2.50)
  • Germany +150 (2.50)
  • Australia +175 (2.75)
  • Greece +4900 (5.90)

ATP Cup 2020 Predictions

Spain look worthy favourites for the inaugural ATP Cup, with their team consisting of Rafael Nadal, Roberto Bautista Agut and Pablo Carreño Busta.

Other strong looking teams include France (Gaël Monfils, Benoît Paire and Gilles Simon), Argentina (Diego Schwartzman, Guido Pella and Juan Ignacio Londero) and Australia (Alex de Minaur, Nick Kyrgios and John Millman).

As stated in our Canada preview, Australia have a very tough group to navigate but, with home advantage and a very strong team, they might be worth considering at +701 (8.01) with Sports Interaction.

As an outside ATP Cup 2020 bet, Argentina have a reasonable looking group and could be worth an interest at +2500 (26.00) with bet365.

ATP Cup 2020 Winner Outright Odds

ATP Cup 2020 Schedule

Group Stage

  • Greece v Canada – Friday 03 January (day)
  • USA v Norway – Friday 03 January (day)
  • Belgium v Moldova – Friday 03 January (day)
  • Germany v Australia – Friday 03 January (evening)
  • Russia v Italy – Friday 03 January (evening)
  • Great Britain v Bulgaria – Friday 03 January (evening)
  • France v Chile – Saturday 04 January (day)
  • Japan v Uruguay – Saturday 04 January (day)
  • Argentina v Poland – Saturday 04 January (day)
  • Serbia v South Africa – Saturday 04 January (evening)
  • Spain v Georgia – Saturday 04 January (evening)
  • Austria v Croatia – Saturday 04 January (evening)
  • Canada v Australia – Sunday 05 January (day)
  • Italy v Norway – Sunday 05 January (day)
  • Bulgaria v Moldova – Sunday 05 January (day)
  • Germany v Greece – Sunday 05 January (evening)
  • Russia v USA – Sunday 05 January (evening)
  • Belgium v Great Britain – Sunday 05 January (evening)
  • South Africa v Chile – Monday 06 January (day)
  • Japan v Georgia – Monday 06 January (day)
  • Croatia v Poland – Monday 06 January (day)
  • Serbia v France – Monday 06 January (evening)
  • Spain v Uruguay – Monday 06 January (evening)
  • Austria v Argentina – Monday 06 January (evening)
  • Germany v Canada – Tuesday 07 January (day)
  • Russia v Norway – Tuesday 07 January (day)
  • Great Britain v Moldova – Tuesday 07 January (day)
  • Greece v Australia – Tuesday 07 January (evening)
  • Italy v USA – Tuesday 07 January (evening)
  • Belgium v Bulgaria – Tuesday 07 January (evening)
  • Serbia v Chile – Wednesday 08 January (day)
  • Spain v Japan – Wednesday 08 January (day)
  • Austria v Poland – Wednesday 08 January (day)
  • France v South Africa – Wednesday 08 January (evening)
  • Georgia v Uruguay – Wednesday 08 January (evening)
  • Croatia v Uruguay – Wednesday 08 January (evening)

Quarter-finals

  • Winner Group C v Winner Group F – Thursday 09 January (day)
  • Winner Group D v Winner Group E – Thursday 09 January (evening)
  • Winner Group A v Second runner-up – Friday 10 January (day)
  • First runner-up v Winner Group B – Friday 10 January (evening)

Semi-finals

  • Winner Quarter-final 2 v Winner Quarter-final 3 – Saturday 11 January (day)
  • Winner Quarter-final 2 v Winner Quarter-final 3 – Saturday 11 January (evening)

Final

  • Winner Semi-final 1 v Winner Semi-final 2 – Sunday 12 January (evening)

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