Sky broadcasts live from Melbourne from Monday to Saturday on TennisNet.com

Sky broadcasts live from Melbourne from Monday to Saturday on TennisNet.com

About a month late, the ATP Cup is the first tennis highlight on this year’s schedule, when the world’s best tennis professionals compete against each other in a team competition shortly before the Australian Open.

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Last edit: January 29, 2021, 3:50 pm

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  • Akash will be reporting live from the team competition in Australia every day from Monday to Tuesday (1 February / 2 February) to Saturday 6 February
  • Sky shows all matches for Austrian and German teams, as well as other group stage matches in the conference
  • Start at 11:30 am Monday to Tuesday with Austria against Italy, the German team’s first group game against Canada from Tuesday to Wednesday at 11:30 pm.
  • Sky expert Patrick Kuhnen commented alongside Sasha Ross, Marcel Meinert and Stephen Hempel
  • Tennis magazine “Kurz-Cross Spezial” ahead of ATP Cup debut at Sky Sport News and Livestream on Sunday from 6:00 p.m. skysportaustria.at/live/

Akash telecasts the ATP Cup and reports daily from Melbourne from Monday to Tuesday, a total of over 60 hours. Sky reflects all matches and all other encounters of Austrian and German teams in the conference.

For the ATP Cup, the current FedEx ATP ranking list applies, through which national teams and individual players qualify for the ATP Cup. The 12 teams play against each other in a three-day group stage in groups of three. Two singles and one doubles are played per game. The group winners qualify for the semi-finals. The final will take place on 6 February.

All matches of the Austrian and German teams remain on the sky

Austria will initially take on Italy and France in the group stage, starting with singles players Dominic Thiem and Denis Novak, as well as doubles Fils Oswald and Tristan-Samuel Weisborn. It starts at night for the red-white-red team from Monday to Tuesday. This was followed by Italy with top players Matteo Beretini and Fabio Fognini. At night from Wednesday to Thursday, the French, led by Gayle Monfils, will play. Explosives: The French veteran has been trained by Geanther Bresnick, a former coach of Thiem, since November 2020. However, Bresnick did not fly to Australia. The site of Monfils is seen by Austrian Richard Ruckelshausen, who also serves as the captain of the French team.

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Germany – with Alexander Zverev, Jan-Lenard Struff, Kevin Kretz, Andreas Meese – Canada (Tuesday to Wednesday) and Serbia (Wednesday to Thursday nights).

In addition to the daily live broadcast, Sky Sport is also on the news and live streams skysportaustria.at/live/ A small cross special with the most important information about the events taking place in Melbourne at 2pm every day of the tournament. In addition, the broadcaster will expect an upcoming tournament in the “Short Cross Special” on Sunday at 6:00 pm.

Only the best of the ATP Tour live on Sky

Akash will report live on Austrian television by 2023 from the biggest tournament on the ATP Tour. In addition to the Nitto ATP Finals in Turin, Sky also broadcasts all nine ATP Masters 1000 tournaments and most of the ATP 500 tournaments – approximately 1000 hours in total. In addition, Akash reports on selected tournaments of the ATP 250 and, as always, broadcasts approximately 350 hours live and exclusively in July of the Grand Slam tournament in Wimbledon. The largest tennis tournament in the world will only be shown on Sky until 2022.

Der atp cup live bey sky

Monday 1 February / Tuesday 2 February:
11:30 am.: Austria – Italy (Single 1, Single 2 and Double) live on Sky Sport Austria 1
6:00 am: Conference live on Sky Sport Austria 1

Tuesday 2.2./ Wednesday 3.2.:
11:30 am .: Germany – Canada (single 1, single 2 and double) live on Sky Sport Austria 1
6:00 am: Conference live on Sky Sport Austria 1

Wednesday, 3.2./ Thursday 4.2.:
11:30 am.: Austria – France (singles 1, singles 2 and double) live on Sky Sport Austria 1
11:30 am .: Germany – Serbia (single 1, single 2 and double) live on Sky Sport 1
6:00 am: Conference live on Sky Sport Austria 1

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Friday 5 February:
7:00 am: Semifinals (Single 1, Single 2 and Double) live on Sky Sport Austria 1

Saturday 6.2.
7:00 am: Finals (singles 1, singles 2 and double) live on Sky Sport Austria 1

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