The United Cup mixed team event in 2024 will feature five of the world's top ten women and nine of the world's top twenty men, the draw for which will be released on Monday.
Meanwhile, Serbia, led by 24-time major champion and current world No. 1 Novak Djokovic, will make its United Cup debut in 2024. While Team Poland will be captained by four-time Grand Slam winner Iga Swiatek and 11th-ranked Hubert Hurkacz, who have been given the top seed for the 2024 edition after confirmation of registrations from the top 16 nations.
Greece will be led by Stefanos Tsitsipas and Maria Sakkari, while the United States will be represented by world No. 4 Jessica Pegula and 10th-ranked Taylor Fritz. France will be led by world No. 10 Caroline Garcia and Adrian Mannarino.
On the other hand, this year's Wimbledon winner Markéta Vondroušová will lead the Czech Republic team along with Jiri Lehecka, while Croatia will compete under the leadership of Borna Coric and Donna Vekić.
Australia will be represented by top Australian Alex de Minaur, along with three-time major quarterfinalist Ajla Tomljanović, doubles players Storm Hunter, Matthew Ebden and Ellen Perez and former world number one John Millman.
The top five WTA ranking-qualified countries, top five ATP ranking-qualified countries and the top six combined entry countries have been admitted to the United Cup. The final two remaining countries (one WTA and one ATP) will be admitted to the competition on Monday 20 November, based on the rankings published on this date.
Eighteen countries will contest the second edition with each city to host nine teams - three more than 2023. Each team will comprise up to three men and three women. Countries will be drawn into six groups of three countries and will compete in a round-robin format.
New for 2024, each tie will be determined in one session and will include one men’s singles and one women’s singles match featuring the No.1 ranked singles players, followed by one mixed doubles match.