The ATP Cup is a world-class tennis competition held at the NSW Tennis Centre at Sydney Olympic Park in January 2021 (having replaced the Sydney International).
With plenty of seeded stars as well as young up and comers, you will be able to enjoy some of the best tennis, as well as live entertainment all throughout the tournament.
ATP Cup 2021 Sydney Tennis Tournament Dates, Tickets & Location
The group stages competition will be hosted across three Australian cities – Sydney, Brisbane and Perth – over six days. Immediately following the group stages will be the four-day knockout stage – the quarter-finals over 2 days, semi-finals and then the grand final – all to be played on the Ken Rosewall Arena in Sydney.
The 24 teams are divided into six groups of four for the group stage, round-robin play. The six winners of each group and the two best second-placed finishers across the groups emerge to contest the eight-country knockout stage.
Each tie will comprise two singles and one doubles match. The country winning two matches wins the tie. Every country will be guaranteed to play three ties in the group stages. Singles will be best-of-three tie-break sets. Doubles will feature No-Ad scoring and a Match Tie-break in lieu of a third set.
There is a day session and an evening session each day, per venue. The first singles matches will be played at 10am local time, starting with the No. 2 players in each tie, followed by the No. 1 players – with the doubles to follow. All doubles matches will be played regardless of whether the tie is decided after the two singles matches.
You can get to Sydney Olympic Park by train. The ATP Cup offers visitors arriving by train a courtesy bus from the station down Olympic Boulevard to the Tennis Centre. If you are driving to the tournament, the closest parking to the Sydney Olympic Park Tennis Centre is P3. It is located within the Sydney Olympic Park precinct and parking can be pre-booked.