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2023 BNP Paribas World Team Cup: Where to watch and how to follow

01 May 2023

The 2023 BNP Paribas World Team Cup, the ITF’s flagship wheelchair tennis team event, takes place at Vilamoura Tennis and Padel Academy in Portugal from 1-7 May.

Featuring 40 teams from 22 countries the event will see champions crowned in men’s, women’s, quad and junior World Groups, with the women’s and quad finals on Saturday 6 May and the men’s and junior finals on Sunday 7 May.

Here’s how to follow this week’s event.


The ITF’s World Team Cup Event Site will host the daily order of play and latest draws in PDF format and/or as interactive links.


All ties on centre court, including the finals on Saturday, 6 May and Sunday, 7 May, are being streamed live on all seven days via the ITF YouTube Channel.

You can access these live streams and replay each daily stream as below.

Day 1    Day 2    Day 3    Day 4    Day 5    Day 6    Day 7


Live Scores 

Completed Matches

Live Schedule 


All four World Groups – men, women, quad and junior – begin in round-robin format.

With 15 teams this year in the men’s World Group there are four round-robin pools – three pools of four teams and one pool of three teams, with the top team in each round-robin pool going forward to the knockout semi-finals. The remaining teams will play off for final positions 5 – 15.

Ten teams start the women’s World Group this year, with three round-robin pools – two pools of three teams (Pool A and Pool B) and one pool of four teams (Pool C). The top team in each of Pool A and Pool B will go forward to the semi-finals, along with the top two teams in pool C. The remaining six nations will go into two play off round-robin pools of three teams to determine positions 5-7 and 8-10.

Both the quad and junior World Groups will begin with two round-robin pools. The top two teams in each round-robin pool will go forward to crossover semi-finals.

All ties in the round-robin pools consist of two singles matches played as three tie-break sets, followed by a doubles match consisting of two tie-break sets and a match tie-break if the score is 1-1 after the first two sets.


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