Tunis/Tunisia — Tunisia's national basketball team will play Croatia and Brazil next June in Split, as part of the 2020 Olympics Qualifying Tournaments (Group B).
The draw for the men's Olympic basketball qualifying tournaments took place on Wednesday afternoon at the FIBA headquarters, in Switzerland.
The road to Tokyo will see 24 teams compete in four Qualifying Tournaments of six teams each from June 23 to 28, 2020 in Canada (Victoria), Croatia (Split), Lithuania (Kaunas) and Serbia (Belgrade).
The four remaining places in the 12-team Tokyo 2020 Olympic field are reserved for the winners of each of the four tournaments.
Teams who have already qualified for the 2020 Olympics are; Argentina, Australia, France, Iran, Japan, Nigeria, Spain and the United States.
Belgrade (SRB) Tournament:
Group A : Dominican Republic, New Zealand and Serbia
Group B : Puerti Rico, Italy, Senegal
Kaunas (LTU) Tournament:
Group A : Lithuania, Republic of Korea, Venezuela
Group B : Poland, Slovenia, Angola
Split (CRO) Tournament:
Group A : Germany, Russia, Mexico
Group B : Tunisia, Croatia, Brazil
Victoria (CAN) Tournament:
Group A : Greece, China, Canada
Group B : Uruguay, Czech Republic, Turkey.