DUSSELDORF (Germany) (AFP) - The World Team Cup is leaving the German city of Dusseldorf, which has hosted it for 32 years, after organisers Monday revealed they had failed to find a new sponsor. The German insurance company which had sponsored the event did not renew its deal after this years edition and tournament director Dietloff von Arnim said that the organisers had unanimously decided to hand back the licence to the ATP, as the risk linked with (staging without a new sponsor) was too high. The Cup, squeezed in just prior to the French Open in late May, was often given the cold shoulder by top players coming so close to a major slam event. The news was a new blow for the game in Germany, home of past top champions such as Steffi Graf and Boris Becker, with Hamburg having two years ago lost its Masters Series status while last year saw the demise of the Berlin womens event.