ATP Cup 2020 – Travel Packages with Tickets
24 Nations, 3 Cities (Perth, Brisbane, Sydney), 10 Days, Over $22 million in Prizemoney
The ATP Cup 2020 is poised to premiere with a bang in January 2020! The Cup will see players joining forces and representing their respective nations, the team-based tournament will be the first competitive hit-out for ATP players in 2020, and you can be sure that players certainly won’t be taking the occasion lightly! With so much at stake – including form leading into the Australian Open, 750 ATP Ranking points, a prize pool of $22 million AUD and of course their nation’s pride on the line – spectators are certainly in for a treat!
Sportsnet Holidays’ range of 2020 ATP Cup packages include the following:
- A great range of quality, centrally-located accommodation options in Perth, Brisbane and Sydney
- A great range of Official tickets to choose from
- Sightseeing activities and experiences
- Plus more!
The ATP Cup 2020 is the captivating new 24 nation, team-based tournament that will kickstart the 2020 Tennis season in Australia – replacing ATP tours of the Brisbane International and Sydney International and of course the Hopman Cup team tournament in Perth. The 24 competing nations in ATP Cup 2020 are based on the ranking of each country’s top player (as of September 2019). The best and most entertaining players in the world such as Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, Nick Kyrgios and Alexander Zverev just to name a few are expected to represent their nations amongst fellow countrymen, competing across three Australian cities – Brisbane, Sydney and Perth. The tournament will span over 10 days in the build up to the Australian Open 2020 , with group stage fixtures showcased in all three cities and the finals fixtures in Sydney. With 750 ATP Ranking points, a pool of $22million AUD in prize money (the largest prize pool outside the four Grand Slams) and the pride of a nation on the line. The unique format and quality personnel of the ATP Cup 2020 is sure to provide irresistible and extremely competitive tennis action!
The ATP Cup 2020 will consist of 24 nations divided into 6 groups of 4 nations, competing in a round-robin format of three group stages. Nations will be vying to progress from the round-robin stage – as only eight teams will enter the ‘do or die’ knockout stage to be the last nation standing! Teams will list up to five players as group stages will be played out in two singles matches and one doubles match to achieve group points.
If you’d love to experience the first ever ATP Cup LIVE in your choice of city (Brisbane, Sydney or Perth), then please select a package below and then complete the Enquiry Form on the package page. One of our friendly travel experts will be in touch to discuss our range of packages and your travel requirements in further detail.
ATP Cup 2020 – Event Details
|Official Event Name:||ATP Cup 2020|
|Event Start Date:||3 January 2020|
|Event End Date:||12 January 2020|
|Official Event Website:||www.atptour.com|
|Event Locations:||Perth: RAC Arena
Brisbane: Queensland Tennis Centre
Sydney: Sydney Olympic Park Tennis World
|Event Address:||Perth: 700 Wellington Street, Perth WA 6000
Brisbane: 190 King Arthur Terrace, Tennyson QLD 4105
Sydney: 2 Rod Laver Dr, Sydney Olympic Park NSW 2127
|Packages in range:||7|
|Package prices from:||$369*|
ATP Cup 2020 Travel Packages with Tickets:
|GROUP A (Brisbane)|
|🇷🇸 Serbia||Novak Djokovic (1) & Dusan Lajovic (29)|
|🇫🇷 France||Gael Monfils (12) & Benoit Paire (23)|
|🇿🇦 South Africa||Kevin Anderson (18) & Lloyd Harris (113)|
|GROUP B (Perth)|
|🇪🇸 Spain||Rafael Nadal (2) & Roberto Bautista Agut|
|🇯🇵 Japan||Kei Nishikori (8) & Yoshito Nishioka (58)|
|🇬🇪 Georgia||Nikoloz Basilashvili (17) & Aleksandre Metreveli (695)|
|GROUP C (Sydney)|
|🇨🇭 Switzerland||Roger Federer (3) & Henri Laaksonen (110)|
|🇧🇪 Belgium||David Goffin (14) & Steve Darcis (90)|
|🇬🇧 Great Britain||Andy Murray (2) & Kyle Edmund (32)|
|GROUP D (Perth)|
|🇷🇺 Russia||Danil Medvedev (4) & Karen Khachanov (9)|
|🇮🇹 Italy||Fabio Fognini (11) & Matteo Berrettini (13)|
|🇺🇸 USA||John Isner (20) & Taylor Fritz (30)|
|GROUP E (Sydney)|
|🇦🇹 Austria||Dominic Thiem (5) & Dennis Novak (122)|
|🇭🇷 Croatia||Borna Coric (15) & Marin Cilic (28)|
|🇦🇷 Argentina||Diego Schwartzman (16) & Guido Pella (22)|
|GROUP F (Brisbane)|
|🇩🇪 Germany||Alexander Zverev (6) & Jan-Lennard Struff (39)|
|🇬🇷 Greece||Stefanos Tsitsipas (7) & Michail Pervolarakis (462)|
|🇨🇦 Canada||Felix Auger-Aliassime (21) & Milos Raonic (24)|
|🇦🇺 Australia||Nick Kyrgios (27) & Alex de Minaur (31)|
ATP Cup Group Stage Match Schedule
|DATE/TIME||SYDNEY – KEN ROSEWALL ARENA||PERTH – RAC ARENA||BRISBANE – PAT RAFTER ARENA|
|3 Jan.||GROUP C||GROUP D||GROUP F|
|10am||Belgium 🇧🇪 vs. TBC||United States 🇺🇸 vs. TBC||Greece 🇬🇷 vs. Canada 🇨🇦|
|5:30pm||Switzerland 🇨🇭 vs. Great Britain 🇬🇧||Russia 🇷🇺 vs. Italy 🇮🇹||Germany 🇩🇪 vs. Australia 🇦🇺|
|4 Jan.||GROUP E||GROUP B||GROUP A|
|10am||Argentina 🇦🇷 vs. TBC||Japan 🇯🇵 vs. TBC||France 🇫🇷 vs. TBC|
|5:30pm||Austria 🇦🇹 vs. Croatia 🇭🇷||Spain 🇪🇸 vs. Georgia 🇬🇪||Serbia 🇷🇸 vs. South Africa 🇿🇦|
|5 Jan.||GROUP C||GROUP D||GROUP F|
|10am||Belgium 🇧🇪 vs. Great Britain 🇬🇧||Italy 🇮🇹 vs. TBC||Canada 🇨🇦 vs. Australia 🇦🇺|
|5:30pm||Switzerland 🇨🇭 vs. TBC||Russia 🇷🇺 vs United States 🇺🇸||Germany 🇩🇪 vs. Greece 🇬🇷|
|6 Jan.||GROUP E||GROUP B||GROUP A|
|10am||Croatia 🇭🇷 vs. TBC||Japan 🇯🇵 vs. Georgia 🇬🇪||South Africa 🇿🇦 vs. TBC|
|5:30pm||Austria 🇦🇹 vs. Argentina 🇦🇷||Spain 🇪🇸 vs. TBC||Serbia 🇷🇸 vs. France 🇫🇷|
|7 Jan.||GROUP C||GROUP D||GROUP F|
|10am||Great Britain 🇬🇧 vs. TBC||Russia 🇷🇺 vs. TBC||Germany 🇩🇪 vs. Canada 🇨🇦|
|5:30pm||Switzerland 🇨🇭 vs. Belgium 🇧🇪||Italy 🇮🇹 vs. USA 🇺🇸||Greece 🇬🇷 vs. Australia 🇦🇺|
|8 Jan.||GROUP E||GROUP B||GROUP A|
|10am||Austria 🇦🇹 vs TBC||Spain 🇪🇸 vs. Japan 🇯🇵||Serbia 🇷🇸 vs. TBC|
|5:30pm||Croatia 🇭🇷 vs. Argentina 🇦🇷||Georgia 🇬🇪 vs. TBC||France 🇫🇷 vs. South Africa 🇿🇦|
ATP Cup 2020 – Last Eight Match Schedule
|DATE||SYDNEY – FINAL EIGHT|
|9 Jan. (QF 1)||10am – Winner Group C vs. Winner Group F|
|9 Jan. (QF 2)||5:30pm – Winner Group D vs. Winner Group E|
|10 Jan. (QF 3)||10am – Winner Group A vs. 2nd Runner-up|
|10 Jan. (QF 4)||5:30pm – Winner Group B vs. 1st Runner-up|
|11 Jan. (SF 1)||10am – Winner QF 2 vs. Winner QF 3|
|11 Jan. (SF 2)||5:30pm – Winner QF 1 vs. Winner QF 4|
|12 Jan. (Final)||5:30pm – Winner SF 1 vs. Winner SF 2|
ATP Cup 2020 – Launch
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Fremantle and its beautifully preserved 19th century port streetscape, is just a 30-minute drive or train ride from central Perth. Or you can take the scenic route via the Swan River, on a cruise from Barrack Street Jetty.
Head for the Cappuccino Strip to ponder the impossibly long list of morning coffee options before hitting the history trail to World Heritage listed Fremantle Prison. On an insightful guided tour of this maximum security gaol you’ll learn of the conditions endured by convicts and the daring escapes during its 136-years of operation.
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Hit the trail again to visit cellar doors, provedores, honey producers, chocolatiers and more. And if you want to walk it all off, to the south-east of the Swan Valley is the unspoilt bushland of the Darling Range escarpment, where waterfalls, wildflowers and wildlife will wow you.
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Getting to ‘Rotto’, as the locals affectionately call it, is a breeze. Just 19 kilometres off the coast, ferries depart regularly from Fremantle, Perth’s Barrack Street Jetty and Hillarys Marina. You can opt to arrive in style by helicopter or air taxi, or even cruise across in your own boat.
On its shores, 63 stunning beaches, 20 beautiful bays and many coral reefs and wrecks invite you to enjoy some of Australia’s finest swimming spots, snorkel trails and surf breaks. And on dry land, you’ll meet the cutest mini marsupial, found only in Western Australia, the world famous quokka, as well as many unique plant and animal species.
Tours on land and sea offer insightful experiences, from wildlife encounters with quokkas, seals, ospreys and whales, to history and cultural tours bringing Rottnest’s colourful maritime, convict, colonial and World War II heritage vividly to life.
Learn more about Rottnest Island HERE.
PERTH 'Mix & Match' PackagesNations & Players that will be competing in Perth for the ATP Cup 2020: Spain 🇪🇸 (Group B) – Rafael Nadal (2) & Roberto Bautista Agut Japan 🇯🇵 (Group B) – Kei Nishikori (8) & Yoshito Nishioka (58) Georgia 🇬🇪 (Group B) – Nikoloz Basilashvili (17) & Aleksandre Metreveli (695) Russia 🇷🇺 (Group D) ...
PERTH 'Group Stage' PackagesNations & Players that will be competing in Perth for the ATP Cup 2020: Spain 🇪🇸 (Group B) – Rafael Nadal (2) & Roberto Bautista Agut Japan 🇯🇵 (Group B) – Kei Nishikori (8) & Yoshito Nishioka (58) Georgia 🇬🇪 (Group B) – Nikoloz Basilashvili (17) & Aleksandre Metreveli (695) Russia 🇷🇺 (Group D) ...
SYDNEY 'Semi Final & Final' Packages
SYDNEY 'Mix & Match' PackagesNations & Players that will be competing in Sydney for the ATP Cup 2020: Switzerland 🇨🇭 (Group C) – Roger Federer (3) & Henri Laaksonen (110) Belgium 🇧🇪 (Group C) – David Goffin (14) & Steve Darcis (90) Great Britain 🇬🇧 (Group C) – Andy Murray (2) & Kyle Edmund (32) Austria 🇦🇹 (Group ...
SYDNEY 'All Tournament' PackagesNations & Players that will be competing in Sydney for the ATP Cup 2020: Switzerland 🇨🇭 (Group C) – Roger Federer (3) & Henri Laaksonen (110) Belgium 🇧🇪 (Group C) – David Goffin (14) & Steve Darcis (90) Great Britain 🇬🇧 (Group C) – Andy Murray (2) & Kyle Edmund (32) Austria 🇦🇹 (Group ...
BRISBANE 'Mix & Match' PackagesNations & Players that will be competing in Brisbane for the ATP Cup 2020: Serbia 🇷🇸 (Group A) – Novak Djokovic (1) & Dusan Lajovic (29) France 🇫🇷 (Group A) – Gael Monfils (12) & Benoit Paire (23) South Africa 🇿🇦 (Group A) – Kevin Anderson (18) & Lloyd Harris (113) 1 x TBC ...
BRISBANE 'Group Stage' PackagesNations & Players that will be competing in Brisbane for the ATP Cup 2020: Serbia 🇷🇸 (Group A) – Novak Djokovic (1) & Dusan Lajovic (29) France 🇫🇷 (Group A) – Gael Monfils (12) & Benoit Paire (23) South Africa 🇿🇦 (Group A) – Kevin Anderson (18) & Lloyd Harris (113) 1 x TBC ...