John Peers and Team Australia have kept their perfect record intact as they head for the inaugural ATP Cup quarterfinals in Sydney full of confidence.
The Australians took on Greece in their final Group F tie in Brisbane on Tuesday night and completed another 3-0 sweep to set up a quarterfinals clash with Great Britain on Thursday.
John Millman backed up after stepping up against Germany but was made to work against world No.486 Michail Pervolarakis before prevailing 4-6 6-1 7-6 (1).
Nick Kyrgios then took the court against Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas as Alex de Minaur was rested.
The match again went the distance before Kyrgios sealed the tie for the Australians 7-6 (7) 6-7 (3) 7-6 (5).
Peers and Chris Guccione then stepped out against Markos Kalovelonis and Petros Tsitsipas in the doubles.
Peers barely lost a point on serve early in the match as the Australians proved too good for the Greek combination, claiming the win 6-3 6-4.
The Australians head to Sydney with a 9-0 record as dominant winners of a stacked Group F. Great Britain won Group C.
Captain Lleyton Hewitt said he was extremely proud of all the players and promised they would leave it all on the court again in Sydney.
Make that 9️⃣ from 9️⃣ for 🇦🇺 #TeamAustralia.@johnwpeers and Chris Guccione def. Markos Kalovelonis and Petros Tsitsipas 6-3 6-4 to make it a clean sweep against 🇬🇷 #TeamGreece.#ATPCup | #Brisbane pic.twitter.com/MNF6mjbnhN
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