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Laver Cup 2021: Can I still buy tickets? Where is the Laver Cup?

The fourth edition of tennis' Laver Cup, which sees Team Europe take on Team World, gets underway on Friday.

BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS - SEPTEMBER 22: Daniil Medvedev and Alexander Zverev of Team Europe pose during their official team portrait in front of the Boston skyline at LoPresti Park ahead of the 2021 Laver Cup at TD Garden on September 22, 2021 in Boston, Ma
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Laver Cup 2021: preview

The fourth edition of the Laver Cup is upon us and the delayed 2020 event, now officially Laver Cup 2021, is to be hosted by the city of Boston, Massachusetts. The annual tournament (global pandemics notwithstanding), modelled on golf's Ryder Cup, pits a team made up of European players against a team made up of the rest of the world.

This year sees a shift toward the younger generation of tennis stars, being the first in which neither Roger Federer nor Rafael Nadal appears. The scene is set for some competitive play with the likes of Stefanos Tsitsipas and Daniil Medvedev leading Europe's charge against a world team highlighted by the likes of Felix Auger-Aliassime and Denis Shapovalov. Colorful scenes for the spectators are almost guaranteed with John McEnroe serving as World Team Captain and an always unpredictable Nick Kyrgios on the team.

Laver Cup 2021: when and where

Held at Boston’s TD Garden, the Laver Cup will run from Friday 24 to Sunday 26 September.

Laver Cup 2021: the teams

Team Europe:

Captain: Björn Borg (Sweden)

Vice-captain: Thomas Enqvist (Sweden)

Players: Daniil Medvedev (Russia), Stefanos Tsitsipas (Greece), Alexander Zverev (Germany), Andrey Rublev (Russia), Matteo Berrettini (Italy), Casper Ruud (Norway)

Alternate: Feliciano López (Spain)

Team World:

Captain: John McEnroe (USA)

Vice-captain: Patrick McEnroe (USA)

Players: Félix Auger-Aliassime (Canada), Denis Shapovalov (Canada), Diego Schwartzman (Argentina), Reilly Opelka (USA), John Isner (USA), Nick Krygios (Australia)

Alternate: Jack Sock (USA)

Laver Cup 2021: matches

Friday 24 September:

Day session: 1pm EDT

Singles: Ruud vs Opelka

Singles: Berrettini vs Auger-Aliassime

Night session: 7pm EDT

Singles: Rublev vs Schwartzman

Doubles: Zverev/Berrettini vs Isner/Shapovalov

Saturday 25 September:

Day session: 1pm EDT

Singles: TBC

Singles: TBC

Night session: 7pm EDT

Singles: TBC

Doubles: TBC

Sunday 26 September:

Day session: 12pm EDT

Doubles: TBC

Singles: TBC

Singles: TBC

Singles: TBC

Laver Cup 2021: how to get tickets

If you would like to check out the action live, tickets are still available in most sections of the stadium and range between $55 for a single session to over $8500 for all sessions with hospitality included and can be purchased from the Laver Cup website.

Check out the Laver Cup website’s ticket portal