Greece to face Croatia in the United Cup Perth City final

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The United Cup’s schedule for today’s three city finals across the Australian cities of Sydney, Perth and Brisbane has been announced.

The Perth City final, which features Greece and Croatia, will start this afternoon at 3.30 pm, with the match between Despina Papamichail and Donna Vekic.

The big match between Stefanos Tsitsipas and Borna Coric will follow. After a short break, the night session will start at 8.30 pm with a match between Maria Sakkari and Petra Martic.

The final will continue with the game of Michalis Pervolarakis against Borna Gojo. Pervolarakis is in doubt due to a hand injury and could be replaced by Stefanos Sakellaridis.

Team Greece celebrates on RAC Arena during their Group A match on Day 2 of the 2023 United Cup in Perth on Friday, December 30, 2022. Photo: Tennis Australia/ Mark Peterson.

Finally, the mixed doubles match will be played where Sakkari and Tsitsipas, undefeated so far, will face Vekic and Coric.

In Sydney and Brisbane, the action will start earlier. In Sydney, the United States will face Great Britain from 12.30 pm. An hour later, the matches will start in Brisbane, where Poland and Italy will compete.

The three winning teams from the city finals will advance to the semi-final stage, as well as the loser that has the best results throughout the tournament.

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