All three stars will travel to Melbourne Park for the Murray River Open, which is set to start Monday and end next Sunday.
Among the rest of the peloton will be Grigor Dimitrov, world number 19 and 2017 ATP Finals champion, one of 16 seeded men ready to prepare for the Melbourne Grand Slam at the exhibition event.
A total of seven Australians will compete in the Murray River Open at Kyrgios, James Duckworth, Alexei Popyrin, Thanasi Kokkinakis, Alex Bolt, Marc Polmans and Bernard Tomic.
A second ATP 250 event called the Great Ocean Road Open is also scheduled to take place in Melbourne Park from February 1-7.
This will be headlined by world No.14 David Goffin and No.20 Karen Khachanov – two of 16 ranked players – while Australians Jordan Thompson, Chris O’Connell and Aleksandar Vukic will also touch down.
The Murray River Open and the Great Ocean Road Open will take place along the ATP Cup (February 2-6).
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