Hopman Cup 2023 in Nice: the list of 6 teams
The Hopman Cup 2023 will take place from July 19 to 23 at the Nice LTC. This international mixed team tennis competition will be hosted in Europe for the first time in Nice.
At a press conference held at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Nice, tournament director Iva Majoli unveiled the six teams that will compete on the clay courts of Nice.
The list of teams includes representatives from Croatia, France, Belgium, Spain, Switzerland, and Denmark.
The six nations will be represented by:
- France : Richard Gasquet & Alizé Cornet
- Spain : Carlos Alcaraz & Paula Badosa
- Denmark : Holger Rune & Clara Tauson
- Belgium : David Goffin & Elise Mertens
- Croatia : Borna Coric & Donna Vekić
- Switzerland : Leandro Riedi & Belinda Bencic
The matches between nations will include one men’s singles match, one women’s singles match, and one mixed doubles match. Tickets for the tournament are available for purchase on the Hopman Cup website.
Exceptional hospitality offers for the Hopman Cup 2023
Jet Set Sports and CoSport have been designated as the official providers of hospitality offers for the Hopman Cup 2023.
Both companies offer customized packages for all types of clients, from individuals to large corporations:
- VIP Boxes: This offer includes courtside seats for groups of four or six people. A wide range of amenities is provided to guests, including access to the 1890 Club, music and entertainment, as well as exclusive parking, entry, and reception facilities.
- VIP Club Seat Tickets: Premium individual tickets are available for small groups who want to enjoy the best access to the Hopman Cup and the 1890 Club.
- All-Inclusive Packages for Visitors: Jet Set offers complete travel packages, including accommodation, transportation, and VIP access to the event.
The Nice Lawn Tennis Club, one of the oldest tennis clubs in France, will host this historic event where, for the first time in its history, the Hopman Cup will be organized on clay courts.
The Hopman Cup is a unique opportunity for tennis enthusiasts to see some of the world’s best male and female tennis players compete in a beautiful setting.
With Jet Set Sports and CoSport as official hospitality providers, customers will be able to benefit from tailor-made packages to fully enjoy the event.
Thus, the Hopman Cup 2023 in Nice is one of the most anticipated events of the year for tennis enthusiasts. With exceptional hospitality offers available, it is now possible for fans to book their tickets and prepare for an exciting and spectacular tournament.
Nice will host the Hopman Cup starting in 2023 for 5 years
The International Tennis Federation (ITF) has announced that the Hopman Cup, the ITF’s official mixed team competition, will return for the 2023 tennis season.
The competition will be organized by Tennium, the promoter of the Hopman Cup event, and will be played on clay in Nice from July 19 to 23, 2023.
Last held in 2019, the Hopman Cup has historically featured tennis legends such as Roger Federer, Serena Williams, Novak Djokovic, Steffi Graff, John McEnroe, Martina Hingis, Boris Becker, Li Na, and Andy Murray representing their nation in singles and mixed doubles.
Founded in 1989, the event took place in its first 30 years in Perth, Australia and was held during the first week of the tennis season.
The prestigious Nice Lawn Tennis Club will host the international mixed team event from 2023 to 2027, as part of a five-year agreement between the ITF and Tennium, a Barcelona-based company that organizes several ATP and WTA events.
As in previous editions of the competition, each team will consist of one male player and one female player, with encounters between nations including a men’s singles match, a women’s singles match, and a mixed doubles match.
Six teams will compete in the 2023 and 2024 editions, with the competition expanding to eight teams from 2025 onwards. As the host country, France will field a team every year.
David Haggerty, President of the ITF, said, “We are thrilled to partner with Tennium and for the return of the Hopman Cup in 2023.” We look forward to visiting the beautiful city of Nice next July. The Hopman Cup, as the unique mixed team event, has always held a special place in the hearts of tennis fans, and I’m sure the spectators in Nice will appreciate the chance to see some of the world’s top male and female players on the same court. I would like to thank our event partners, Tennium, for helping us reintroduce the Hopman Cup into the tennis calendar, and we look forward to working together in the coming months and years.
Kristoff Puelinckx, CEO of Tennium, said, “We would like to thank the International Tennis Federation (ITF) for entrusting Tennium with bringing the Hopman Cup back to the international tennis circuit. We look forward to building this great event, leveraging our extensive experience with tournaments, players, and fans worldwide. We will work closely with the ITF to ensure that this event continues to be a significant milestone in the tennis calendar, and we believe that Nice is the perfect stage for this.”
Christian Estrosi, Mayor of Nice and President of the Nice Côte d’Azur Metropolitan area, said, “This event once again confirms that Nice is a premier destination for the biggest international sporting events.”. After hosting the Grand Départ of the Tour de France in 2020 and the Top 14 semi-finals in 2022, the Hopman Cup will precede the Rugby World Cup by a few weeks, followed by the arrival of the Tour de France in July 2024. Tennis is a major sport in Nice, with a rich history and a more than century-old club, and it has produced great players who have left their mark on French tennis.”
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