Bayern Munich have plenty to be pleased about going into the Bundesliga's four-week winter break with interim boss Hansi Flick having been rewarded for eight wins in 10 games by being kept on until "at least" the end of the season.
"It's going to be a 60-minute game. You have to have your mind ready for that," Garoppolo said.
Several members of the Uruguay squad spilled drinks, punched walls and mirrors and even tore apart a stuffed bear following their 35-13 loss to Wales, local media said. Two of the team reportedly tackled a member of staff at the bar.
More good news followed on Sunday as a groin operation on their top-scorer Robert Lewandowski went well and the Poland hot-shot is expected back for their winter training camp in Doha from January 4-10.
But the latest announcement means the former world No.1 will not play again until February at the earliest, with his first tournament scheduled to be the Open Sud de France in Montpellier.
While Federer, Nishikori and Murray are missing, most of the world's top 30 men are playing.
With goals hard to find since Antoine Griezmann left for Barcelona, the feisty Simeone shuffled his pack in the second half at Betis and saw sub Angel Correa score one and create a goal after being dropped from the staring line up.
"I hope it will happen because it's kind of hard to get top players to commit to play both events, the Davis Cup and the ATP Cup.
His rivals are Liverpool teammate Mohamed Salah, the Egyptian who won the last two editions, and Algerian Riyad Mahrez of Manchester City.