Hopman Cup axed!

It has been coming. With the introduction of the ATP Cup which sees Tennis Australia and the ATP join forces the Hopman Cup did not stand a chance of survival. ATP Cup offers prize money and points which is something and ITF ran and Tennis Australia ran event could not offer but what it can... Continue Reading →

Is this the final Hopman Cup?

With big changes to Davis Cup and ATP Team World Cup on the potential horizon it does look like Hopman Cup may come to an end in January 2019. The line-up is stellar. Alex Zverev, Angie Kerber, Garbine Muguruza, Stefanos Tsitsipas and two of the greatest in Serena and Roger will begin their season's here... Continue Reading →

Hopman Cup set to be scrapped!

After 30 years of top players arriving in Perth to begin their season at the Hopman Cup reports suggest the tournament is set to be axed. 8 teams from around the world arrive in late December in the only mixed male and female event on the tour now looks like having it's last dance. So... Continue Reading →

Who is playing Hopman Cup in 2016?

The teams have all now been announced for the Hopman Cup next year in Perth. The tournament will run between the 3rd and 9th of January with two groups and two players representing their country and will play a singles match against the other players in their group and also a mixed doubles match but... Continue Reading →

Hopman Cup Preview – Great Britain

The Hopman Cup gets going in the New Year, Christmas is over and the Tennis begins for Heather Watson and Andy Murray who will be representing Team GB down under. Andy and Heather will be playing against three other teams in Group B, those teams are Australia, Poland and reigning champions France but how will... Continue Reading →

Blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑