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ATP Cup 2022 Schedule, Match Dates, Groups (Announced)

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The third edition of ATP Cup confirmed it will held at Sydney, Australia, the venue of the revealed (Ken Rosewall Arena, Sydney Super Dome). The first round of the match began from January 1st, 2022 and finals played on January 9th, 2022. This year teams increased from 12 to 16 and in the upcoming event 8 more teams added to the competition. ATP Cup 2022 schedule, match dates and players reported.

DateMatchesGroups
1st Jan 2022Chile vs SpainA
1st Jan 2022 Serbia vs NorwayA
2nd Jan 2022 Russia vs BulgariaB
2nd Jan 2022 Italy vs AustraliaB
2nd Jan 2022 Canada vs USAC
2nd Jan 2022 Germany vs Great BritainC
1st Jan 2022 Argentina vs GeorgiaD
1st Jan 2022 Greece vs PolandD
3rd Jan 2022 Norway vs SpainA
3rd Jan 2022 Serbia vs ChileA
5th Jan 2022 Norway vs ChileA
5th Jan 2022 Serbia SpainA
4 Jan 2022 Italy vs BulgariaB
6 Jan 2022 Russia vs ItalyB
6 Jan 2022 Bulgaria vs AustraliaB
4 Jan 2022Germany vs USAC
4 Jan 2022 Canada vs Great BritainC
6 Jan 2022 Great Britain vs USAC
6 Jan 2022 Germany vs CanadaC
3 Jan 2022Poland vs GeorgiaD
3 Jan 2022Greece vs ArgentinaD
5 Jan 2022Poland vs ArgentinaD
5 Jan 2022Greece GeorgiaD
7 Jan 2022Semi Final 1Winners of Groups
7 Jan 2022 Semi Final 2 Winners of Groups
9 Jan 2022FinalWinner of Semi Finals

After group games, completed on 6 January, 2022 a day later there will be semi final played among the group A,B,C,D winners. The winner of the semi finals will later move to finals no third place match take place in ATP Cup 2022.

The 16 teams divided into four groups:

Group A : Serbia, Norway, Chile, Spain

Group B : Australia (host), Russia, Italy, Bulgaria

Group C : Canada, Great Britain, USA, Germany

Group D : Greece, Poland, Georgia, Argentina

If any changes based on match dates, ATP Cup 2022 schedule reported during the competition or before that, it will be updated later. Complete event prize money for ATP Cup increased to $14 million in Australian currency for the event.

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