United Cup LIVE: United Cup LIVE: Format, Schedule, Players, Teams, Groups, Prize Money, Live Streaming, Check All you need to know about United Cup 2023 – Follow LIVE

United Cup LIVE: The United Cup 2023 is underway in Australia. The inaugural edition of the Mixed Team event beings together some…

United Cup LIVE: The United Cup 2023 is underway in Australia. The inaugural edition of the Mixed Team event beings together some of the top International stars in the ATP and WTA Tour. The players will represent their country in the 18-team event that will be held till 8th January 2022. The 11-day tournament serves as a preparation for the upcoming Tennis season. Follow United Cup 2023 LIVE updates on InsideSport.IN 

United Cup LIVE: Format, Schedule, Players, Teams, Groups, Prize Money, Live Streaming, Check All you need to know about United Cup 2023 – Follow LIVE

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The United Cup features a star players that includes WTA World No.1 Iga Swiatek, reigning Australian Open champion Rafael Nadal, Stefanos Tsitsipas, Taylor Fritz , WTA World No.3 Jessica Pegula, Caroline Garcia.

What is the format of United Cup? 

  • The United Cup is a mixed-team competition. It is aimed to brings together the players from the Top 18 teams in the rankings. The tournament will award ranking points to the players.
  • The group stage will be played from 29th December to 3rd January. Each of the 18 teams have been divided into six groups of three teams each.
  • The 11-day tournament will be played across three cities, Sydney (Sydney Olympic Park Tennis Centre), Brisbane (Queensland Tennis Centre) and Perth (RAC Arena). Each City will play host to two groups of six teams each.
  • A tie comprises of two ATP, two WTA singles and one mixed doubles match. Each tie will be played over two days.
  • If the tie is locked at 2-2 after singles, the mixed doubles match will decide the winner.
  • Once the group stage matches are over, the winner of each of the groups in a city will advance to the city final that will be played on Wednesday, 4th January 2023.
  • Three winners of the City Final will advance to the Final four directly, while the fourth team will be the best City Final runner-up.

Schedule 

  • Group Stages  – 29th December 2022 to 3rd January 2023
  • City Final – 4th January 2023
  • Semifinal – 6th and 7th January 2023
  • Final – 8th January 2023
United Cup 2023: Format, Schedule, Players, Teams, Groups, Prize Money, Live Streaming, Check All you need to know about United Cup 2023 - Follow LIVE
United Cup 2023: Format, Schedule, Players, Teams, Groups, Prize Money, Live Streaming, Check All you need to know about United Cup 2023 – Follow LIVE

United Cup Groups 

Six countries qualified based on the ATP ranking of their No.1 player. Six countries qualified based on the WTA ranking of their No.1 singles player. Five more countries qualified based on the best combined ranking of their No.1 ATP and WTA players. Australia received entry as the host nation. The top six seeds are Greece, Poland, United States, Spain, Italy and France.

City: Perth

Group A – Greece, Belgium, Bulgaria
Group F – France, Croatia, Argentina

City: Brisbane

Group B: Poland, Switzerland, Kazakhstan
Group E: Italy, Brazil, Norway

City: Sydney

Group C: United States, Germany, Czech Republic
Group D: Spain, Australia, Great Britain

Prize Money 

The total prize money pool for the United Cup is $15 million, split equally between the ATP and WTA. Individual prize money is based on ranking, match wins, and team wins. No points will be awarded for mixed doubles.

LIVE streaming

United Cup will be LIVE streamed in in on Youtube. All the matches can be watched LIVE on United Cup’s official YouTube Channel.

United Cup 2023: Format, Schedule, Players, Teams, Groups, Prize Money, Live Streaming, Check All you need to know about United Cup 2023 – Follow LIVE

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