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Wednesday, October 30, 2019

Federer pulls out from inaugural ATP Cup return for Australian Open

Roger Federer withdraws from inaugural ATP Cup and returns for Australian Open.





Swiss star Roger Federer decided, " he will participate in the Inaugural ATP Cup that is scheduled in January, 2020 in three Australian cities.
In spite of the exit decision of Rodger Federer from ATP Cup in January, better Hopes for the Australian fans, Swiss star confirmed that will play 2020 Australian Open.



Swiss won 10tht titles at Basel, Federer pulls out from 1 ATP Cup 2020, return for Australian Open





"It is with great regret that I am withdrawing from the inaugural ATP Cup event,” said Federer.

“When I entered the event last month, it was a really difficult decision because it meant less time at home with the family and a fully intense start to the season.

“After much discussion with both my family and my team about the year ahead, I have decided that the extra two weeks at home will be beneficial for both my family and my tennis.

“It pains me to not be a part of the most exciting new event on the calendar, but this is the right thing to do if I want to continue to play for a longer period of time on the ATP Tour.

“I am sorry for any inconvenience or disappointment my withdrawal may cause for the fans, but I hope you can understand why I made it.

“For my Australian fans, I look forward to seeing you all at the Australian Open, fresh and ready to go.”





What is ATP Cup 2020, when & where it is held with big prizes? 




The inaugural edition of the ATP Cup will take place between January 3-12, 2020, in Brisbane, Perth and Sydney, gathering 24 countries and almost all the relevant players from the top-100.
The first 19 countries that earned the place at the ATP Cup based on the ranking on the leading singles player have been drawn in six groups, with five more countries to join the action on November 13, completing the line-up that should bring the very best from the men's tennis, with almost every player from the top-30 ready to fight for the crown, US$15M of prize money and up to 750 ATP points.



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