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Brisbane, Perth and Sydney 29 December 2023 -7 January 2024

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United Cup 2024: Great Britain drawn against Australia & USA

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Great Britain has drawn Australia and USA in one of the standout groups at the United Cup, starting at the end of December.

Group C will take place in Perth as the Brits get set to take on home nation Australia, as well as a repeat of last year’s quarter-final when they face reigning champions USA.

Australia will be led by world No.13 Alex de Minaur, who has enjoyed one of the best seasons of his career in 2023, alongside former world No.32 Ajla Tomlijanovic.

USA will be a firm favourite for the title again, with two top 10 players on the ATP and WTA Tour – Taylor Fritz and Jessica Pegula.

The Great Britain team was announced last week, with a strong line-up of stars, including British No.1s Cam Norrie and Katie Boulter, alongside Davis Cup star, Dan Evans.

Group matches will start from 29 December. New for this year, each tie will consist of three rubbers – one men’s singles, one women’s singles and one mixed doubles.

Full draw

Check out the full line-ups for Group C below:

Great Britain

Men’s

Women’s

Cam Norrie (world No.18)

Katie Boulter (world No.53)

Dan Evans (world No.34)

Fran Jones (world No.307)

Neal Skupski (doubles: world No.4)

Maia Lumsden (doubles: world No.78)

USA

Men’s

Women’s

Taylor Fritz (world No.10)

Jessica Pegula (world No.4)

Dennis Kudla (world No.183)

Alycia Parks (world No.54)

Rajeev Ram (doubles: world No.7)

Desirae Krawczyk (doubles: world No.11)

Australia

Men’s

Women’s

Alex de Minaur (world No.13)

Ajla Tomlijanovic (world No.33 – protected ranking)

John Millman (world No.217)

Storm Hunter (world No.157)

Matthew Ebden (doubles: world No.6)

Ellen Perez (doubles: world No.24)

 

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