ATP to help direct future of Davis Cup through strategic alliance

Carlos Alcaraz competes for Spain against Korea Republic during the Davis Cup Group Stage match on September 18, 2022 (by Manuel Queimadelos/Quality Sport Images/Getty Images)

The Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) has established formal ties with the Davis Cup for the first time in the history of the men’s national team event by striking a strategic alliance with the International Tennis Federation (ITF) and the tournament’s commercial rights-holder, Kosmos Tennis.

The pact announced today (Monday) will take effect from the 2023 Davis Cup. It has been established to enable “strategic collaboration” on the competition’s governance and evolution, with the ATP granted two of six seats on a newly formed Davis Cup Event Committee alongside the ITF and Kosmos.

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