LAVER CUP 2021

Laver Cup 2021: times, TV and how to watch online

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The fourth edition of the Laver Cup returns on Friday, September 24 after being postponed for a year due to the global covid-19 pandemic, and runs until Sunday, September 26.

Tennis Channel will have exclusive coverage of the event, as in all of the previous editions since the inauguration of the Roger Federer-inspired competition in 2017.

The network will reportedly offer 25 hours of live Laver Cup coverage, as well as an additional 20 hours dedicated to post-game analysis.

Who will the host be?

Steve Weissman will be the man in charge of hosting the network's daily Laver Cup lead-in show, which takes place after the five sessions of tennis fans will be able to enjoy across the three-day weekend.

Moreover, announcers Brett Haber and Noah Eagle will comment the play-by-play on all of the live matches with the help of tennis players Paul Annacone, Chanda Rubin, and Nick Monroe.

When does the Laver Cup start?

The first match of the 2021 Laver Cup will take place on Friday, September 24, at 12:30 p.m. ET

Check the full schedule of matches here.

How to watch the Laver Cup?

You can watch the entire Laver Cup on the Tennis Channel between 24-26 September. Tennis Channel will also be broadcasting the tournament online through its website. The official event website Lavercup.com will also be available in the United States on a Pay-Per-View deal.

However, if you don't have cable you might do well to watch the tournament online. Streaming services like FuboTV, SilingTV, and DirectTV, which also offer free-day trials, will be offering a complete live stream of every session.

UK TV Coverage

For those watching from Europe, Eurosport will be in charge of broadcasting all the matches on TV, as well as online on Eurosport.com