Roger Federer pulls back from debut ATP Cup

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The $15 million dollar ATP Cup will be facilitated in Brisbane, Perth and Sydney.

Eighteen nations qualified for the competition after a first round cutoff time in September, with has Australia given a trump card spot. The six extra countries will be included after the second passage cut off time on Nov. 13.

The nations will play in six gatherings of four for bunch organize, cooperative play, with the gathering victors and the two greatest second-set finishers over the gatherings arriving at the ATP Cup Finals in Sydney.

Roger Federer said on Wednesday he has pulled back from the debut ATP Cup in Australia in January one year from now so he can invest more energy with his family.

Federer’s choice to pull back means Switzerland can never again participate in the country put together occasion with respect to Jan. 3-12 and that six additional nations will currently qualify, in view of the world rankings of their top players.

“It is with incredible lament that I am pulling back from the debut ATP Cup occasion,” Federer, who is as of now positioned number three on the planet, said in an announcement.

“After much dialog with both my family and my group about the year ahead, I have chosen that the additional two weeks at home will be helpful for both my family and my tennis.

“It torments me to not be a piece of the most energizing new occasion on the schedule, yet this is the best activity on the off chance that I need to keep on playing for a more drawn out timeframe on the ATP Tour.”

Each tie involves two singles and one pairs coordinate.

Top-positioned Novak Djokovic and world number two Rafa Nadal have affirmed they will play, as has previous world number one Andy Murray.