David Goffin, the 2017 Nitto ATP Finals runner-up, has long led the way for Belgium. And the 29-year-old will hope to propel his country to victory in January at the ATP Cup.
Belgium’s No. 2 singles player is veteran Steve Darcis, who uses great variety in his game to throw opponents off rhythm. And although his current ATP Ranking is No. 158, he has won two ATP Tour titles, earned three Top 10 wins and climbed as high as No. 38. Belgium’s doubles team of Sander Gille/Joran Vliegen was one of the breakout doubles pairs of 2019, winning titles in Bastad, Gstaad and Zhuhai. Belgium will face Great Britain, Bulgaria and Moldova in Group C action in Sydney.