Great Britain's Dan Evans is looking forward to representing his country at the inaugural ATP Cup as he hopes to perform well at the event and potentially win another title with the British team. Evans, who was a member of the British team that won the 2015 Davis Cup title, will be aiming to continue his rise and improvement next year after one of his best seasons on the Tour in 2019.
The 29-year-old Briton started this past season ranked at No. 192 in the world but finished the year ranked at No. 42 after several good results, which include a runner-up finish at the Delray Beach Open and two titles claimed on the Challenger Tour.
"It’s always an honour to represent your country and I’m pleased I will be taking part in the ATP Cup in its first year. I’m proud of what I’ve achieved over the past 12 months and really hope to begin 2020 in good form and build on my performances for future tournaments.
I’m sure that the ATP Cup will be well supported and have an excellent atmosphere. I know I’ll have to be ready immediately to play my best tennis," Evans exclusively told the ATP Tour. The inaugural ATP Cup will be held across three Australian cities from January 3-12 and Great Britain will be battling against Belgium, Bulgaria and Moldova for the top of Group C in Sydney.