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How to watch the 2022 Laver Cup, Federer’s last pro tournament with Nadal, Djokovic and Murray

Next week’s Laver Cup will be the last time that the world will see tennis legend Roger Federer compete professionally. Don’t miss his last performance.

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Next week’s Laver Cup will be the last time that the world will see tennis legend Roger Federer compete professionally. Don’t miss his last performance.
DAVID GRAYAFP

Tennis great Roger Federer announced that he would retire from playing professionally, and the Laver Cup will be the last chance for fans to witness his beautiful style of play.

The tournament is dear to the Swiss player as he was part of the group that created the competition between Team Europe and Team World. It was envisioned to be similar to the Ryder Cup, where the best golfers from the U.S. pit their talents against the finest of Europe.

It’s but fitting that Federer chose to say goodbye in the contest which will captained by two of the sport’s most legendary players- Bjorn Borg for Team Europe and John McEnroe for Team World.

The Big Three in action

Both teams will have six players each- three of which are chosen based on their ATP rankings, while the other three are selected by their captains.

The other members of the Big Three will be playing alongside the eight-time Wimbledon champion- Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic. Former world number one Andy Murray will also be in this team.

Three young Americans will be playing for Team World- Frances Tiafoe, Taylor Fritz, and Jack Sock.

How to watch the 2022 Laver Cup

  • Dates: Friday, Sept. 23 to Sunday, Sept. 25
  • Venue: The 02 indoor arena in London, England
  • Live stream: Tennis Channel or TVA
TEAM EUROPETEAM WORLD
Captain: Bjorn BorgCaptain: John McEnroe
Novak DjokovicFelix Auger-Aliassime
Roger FedererAlex de Minaur
Andy MurrayTaylor Fritz
Rafael NadalDiego Schwartzman
Casper RuudJack Sock
Stefanos TsitsipasFrances Tiafoe