What to watch for: The tournament will kick off at 2:30pm (EDT) on Saturday (AEST) and finish at 5:30am (AEDT).
It will be the first World Cup for both men and women, and it will be broadcast live in Australia.
Here’s what you need to know: Watch the final live from home, on ABC TV in Australia and via the ABC’s app or watch the full coverage on ABC iview.
The Australian Women’s Tennis Federation will be hosting the final on Friday (AET) on ABC’s 7:00pm (AST).
There will be two double-headers for the tournament.
The first will feature four of the best men’s and women’s players from each country, while the second will be a semi-final featuring two of the top women’s tennis players from one country.
What to watch on TV: ABC TV will televise all three semifinals, with the Australian Women in Pool A taking on the host nation of Canada.
ABC’s 7pm (AU) and 7:30 (NZ) timeslot will air the semi-finals, while 7:45pm (NZST) and 8:00am (EST) will air each of the final and semi-Final matches.
Live coverage will be available online from ABC iviz.
Watch the full event online, via ABC ivio, iview, iPlayer, and ABC Sports app.
This is a live event, so if you can’t see the final you can still catch all the action on social media, or on the ABC ivy app or on your mobile device.
Check out the full tournament schedule and times at ABC ivwc.com/tournament or catch up on all the live coverage on the official World Cup Facebook page.