Your ATP Cup 2023 travel experience starts here. Experience the summer’s lead-in tennis tournament, featuring many of the world’s top players, to be held in Brisbane, Perth and Sydney. 24 nations will compete over 10 days for one trophy, and over AUD$22 million in prize money. Official travel packages are coming soon and will include guaranteed tickets, convenient accommodation and optional travel services.
The ATP Cup is the newest and most exciting tennis tournament to hit the ATP Tour circuit!
The ATP Cup debuted in January 2020 with 24 countries competing for a share of a huge AU$22 million in prize money. The exciting team format captivated fans across the world, with rounds played at three host cities in the first year: Brisbane, Perth and Sydney.Read moreRead less
The ATP Cup replaced Brisbane International, Sydney International and the Hopman Cup, the previously held individual events which often conflicted, vying for top players. The first edition of the ATP Cup proved to be widely successful. The unique format starts with six groups of four countries who compete in Group Stages in a round-robin format. Each country competes in a tie, which consists of two singles matches and one doubles match. The six winners of the pools and the two best second-place getters move to the Final Eight. This exciting format ensures you see the world’s top players competing for their country, with the final played in Sydney.
The first ATP Cup was won by Serbia, with Novak Djokovic defeating Rafael Nadal in the final singles match. The deciding doubles match was won by Serbia with Novak Djokovic and Viktor Troicki beating Spain’s Feliciano Lopez and Pablo Carreno Busta. This win meant Serbia took home the inaugural ATP Cup title and cemented the ATP Cup on the ATP Tour.
Our official ATP Cup 2023 packages will be available soon. In the meantime, you can join our waitlist to ensure you’re notified once they’re live.
The ATP Cup is played over three host cities with Perth, Brisbane and Sydney hosting simultaneous Group Stages with the Final Eight knockout stage to be held in Sydney over the final four days of the tournament.
Perth, the Western Australian capital, is the most isolated city of its size in the world and is known for its breathtaking beaches, blue skies and its easy-going attitude.
Brisbane is the river city with a flourishing restaurant, bar and cultural scene with incredible wild-life, sub-tropical beaches and national parks within a short day trip from the city.
Sydney is Australia’s iconic city with world-renowned landmarks, beaches and an anything-goes attitude. It’s a fast-paced city that will keep you entertained
The ATP Cup is held in Brisbane, Perth and Sydney during January, the middle of summer in Australia. Perth is hot in January with average highs of 30°C and lows of 19°C, while Brisbane is 29°C/22°C and Sydney 26°C/19°C. Expect warm conditions during the tournament in all host cities, particularly in the late afternoon. Ken Rosewall Arena, hosting the Final Eight knockout stage, has a newly built (2019) canopy roof which protects the stands from the harsh afternoon sun
Kings Park & Botanic Garden
Covering over 400 hectares, this is one of the world's largest and most beautiful inner city parks, overlooking Perth's CBD and the Swan River. Two-thirds is native bushland with one third as grassed parkland, botanical gardens and conversation areas.
One of the world's best beaches and iconic surf clubs not far from the CBD. Popular for swimming, snorkelling, surfing and drinking in front of unbeatable sunsets over the Indian Ocean.
This fascinating cultural attraction is a world heritage site and offers a glimpse into convict life dating back to 1855 and up to 1991 with guided tours on offer. The hidden gem is the prison tunnels, explored by kayak and only by head torches.
The cultural, social and recreational precinct in Brisbane is a lifestyle destination offering sightseeing attractions, swimming facilities, picnic spots and walking and cycling routes.
Located 30kms southeast of Brisbane's CBD is the stunning island known as 'Straddie' within Moreton Bay. The island is a popular spot for four wheel driving, fishing, hiking, camping, swimming and exploring and is worth a multi-day jaunt after your ATP Cup experience.
Gallery of Modern Art
GOMA celebrates modern and contemporary art with an emphasis on Australian, Asian and Pacific artists. Enjoy seasonal exhibitions with painting, sculpture, photography, video and installations.
Sydney Harbour Bridge
One of the world's most photographed landmarks and the focal point of the city that connects the North Shore to the CBD. While photographs of the bridge are nice, that's nothing compared to the view from the top. That's if you're not afraid of heights.
Sydney Opera House
The world famous landmark and performing arts centre plays host to the world's biggest artists, composers and orchestras; as well as local Australian talent. Tours, experiences, dining and a gift shop is available for visitors not seeing a show.
Australia's biggest zoo is located on the northern edge of Sydney Harbour; its accessible by road or ferry and makes for a great day out. Enjoy exploring over 21 hectares of enclosures with animals from all continents with a gorgeous city and harbour backdrop.