GROUP D – Croatia, Australia, Hungary
2018 champions Croatia’s squad bounces off the draw sheet with their main man Marin Cilic back in the fold. The hero of three years ago is joined by Borna Coric and the top doubles pair in the world – Nikola Mektic and Mate Pavic.
Lleyton Hewitt will install no fear in his Australia charges, led by Alex de Minaur, who guided the green and gold to the 2019 quarter-finals by going undefeated through four matches.
“It's amazing what coming back into a team environment does,” said the world No. 34, with ‘109’ tattooed on his chest to represent his order in Australian alumni.
“You’ve had a long year and not the best results at the end of it, but just being back in the team environment, it lifts you up. Attitude, energy, intensity, they’re all just better. I’m looking forward to representing the green and gold and hopefully playing some of my best tennis for my country.”
Debutants Hungary shouldn’t be counted out, especially with the world No.40 Marton Fucsovics in top spot. He’s robust, explosive and loves to bring down the very best.