All-American Team Cup

From July 3rd – 5th, the top eight American tennis players will break into two teams and fight for the glory at the All-American Team Cup.

Results
Schedule of Play
Entry List

While the ATP Tour suspension lasts until the end of July, the American players won’t miss competitive tennis as they will meet in the All-American Team Cup. Players will be divided into Team Stripes and Team Stars with youth on one side and experience on the other.

Only the top eight players from the United States have an opportunity to start at this competition. It will take place in Life Time Fitness, Peachtree Corners, GA, and the winning team will present a $10,000 check to Folded Flag Foundation and also receive the trophy for the winners.

You can see all of the news about the All-American Team Cup below and. You can also find the entry list, schedule of play, and results below!

Team Stars champions of All-American Team Cup in Atlanta

Team Stars are the champions of the 2020 All-American Team Cup after winning in the sudden death

Erik Virostko Monday 6 July 2020

All-American Team Cup – all results of Team Stars vs. Team Stripes

Team Stripes and Team Stars are battling for the glory at the All-American Team Cup in Atlanta as

Erik Virostko Monday 6 July 2020

Eubanks, King level the score of All-American Team Cup for Team Stars

On the last day of the All-American Team Cup, every victory counts for three points so Kevin King

Erik Virostko Sunday 5 July 2020

All-American Team Cup Schedule of Play

The All-American Team Cup brings us 4 great matches daily divided between a noon session and an

Alem Mujkanovic Sunday 5 July 2020

Eubanks ties score of All-American Team Cup for Team Stars with victory over Sandgren

Christopher Eubanks proved to be a great replacement as he leveled the score of the All-American

Erik Virostko Saturday 4 July 2020

Results
Schedule of Play
Entry List

The tournament will be broken into 3 days with each day being special by the number of points received for the competition. On Friday, teams will receive only 1 point for a victory. On Saturday, each win will be worth 2 points and finally, on Sunday, teams will be rewarded by 3 points per victory.

On Friday and Saturday, the day will be broken into two sessions. The first session will start at 12 p.m. ET and the second session will begin at 6 p.m. ET. There will be two singles matches played during each session.  On Sunday, there will be four singles matches played in one session starting at 12 p.m. ET.

Matches will be played according to a well-known Best of 3 scoring sets with a 10-point tie-break instead of a full 3rd set. On the court, there will be only a Chair Umpire as players will call their own lines. In case of the draw after the last match on Sunday, the participants of the last match will play a 7-point tie-break in order to determine the winner of the competition.