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BNP Paribas Team World Cup 2024

BNP Paribas Team World Cup 2024

44 teams from 21 countries competed in the World Group. ÖTV Selection finished the ITF event in 12th place.

The 2024 BNP Paribas Team World Cup was the fourth time the World Group had been held in Turkey since 2010 and the first time since 2015. 44 teams from 21 countries competed in the World Group – 16 teams in the men's competition, 12 teams in the women's competition, There are 8 teams in the quadruple draw, and 8 teams in the junior draw.

This happened with a wild card The Austrian team includes Nico Langmann, Josef Riegler and Martin Legner At the ITF's flagship annual wheelchair tennis event. Seed number eight – the seeding is determined by the sum of the rankings of all players in the ITF – the ÖTV elite met opponents from Poland, Thailand and France in Group 4. While they recorded a strong opening 3-0 victory over Poland, the ÖTV athletes suffered defeats to Thailand and France. This meant they finished the group in third place and started the knockout matches for places 9-12, with the top ten nations qualifying for next year's Team Cup. Unfortunately, Langmann and Riegler lost to the powerful South Africans and Moroccans and finished the Team World Cup in 12th place.

Addresses for China, Chile, Great Britain and the USA

For only the second time since 2000, the World Group finished without a Dutch winner in any of the four competitions. Alfie Hewitt and Gordon Reid scored as Great Britain beat Spain 2-0 Men's final Both singles matches, she led Great Britain to its fourth men's title. Hewitt and Reid also won their singles matches in the 2015 final. France won the men's bronze medal after defeating the eight-time world champion Netherlands 2-1 after a decisive doubles match that ended in a tie-break. The United States of America was the fifth time Junior World ChampionAfter taking silver as of 2023. Charlie Cooper and Tomas Majic won both singles matches in a 2-0 win over Australia. Japan won the bronze medal in the junior category after defeating Brazil 2-1.

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He became the Chinese national team for the second time Women's World Group Champion, after defeating the 33-time Dutch champion. Ziying Wang and Xiaohui Li claimed a 2-0 win in the women's final. Wang beat Annick van Koot 6-1, 6-3, while Li beat world number one Didi De Groot 6-3, 6-2, ending De Groot's 145-match winning streak dating back to February 2021. The Chinese women's team became Now two-time BNP Paribas World Cup champions, having also beaten the Netherlands 2-0 in 2017.

After winning the regional qualifiers at the start of the year, Chile's Francisco Cayolev and Diego Pérez clinched the title with a 2-1 final victory over hosts Turkey. The title in the four-way competition. Australia won the bronze medal after defeating Brazil 10-4 in a decisive double tie-break.