The ATP Draw has been finalised today, with Chile the last country headed for Brisbane.
Led by world No.34 Cristian Garin, Chile was added to Group A alongside Serbia, France and South Africa, while John Peers and his Australian teammates are in Group F with Germany, Greece and Canada as part of a stacked line up in Brisbane.
Uruguay, led by Pablo Cuevas, will join Spain, Japan and Georgia in Group B, while Norway, led by Casper Ruud, is also bound for Perth, joining Russia, Italy and the USA in Group D.
Grigor Dimitrov qualified Bulgaria as Switzerland’s replacement in Sydney after Roger Federer pulled out.
Moldova has also been added to Group C, joining Belgium and Great Britain.
Poland rounds out Sydney’s Group E, alongside Austria, Croatia and Argentina.
The Australians will be hoping to progress from Brisbane to the finals in Sydney.
Peers has previously said the fact they all had great records in Brisbane would be an advantage.
“We have such a good team chemistry, we have a very strong team and I know everyone is going to leave their heart out on the court,” Alex de Minaur said.
“There’s nothing better for us than playing in front of an Aussie crowd. We just love it.”
Australia v Germany
Australia v Canada
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