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Laver Cup 2023: times, how to watch on TV and stream online | Tennis

Here’s all the info you need to know if you want to watch the Laver Cup 2023, which will feature great tennis battles among the best players in the world.

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Here’s all the info you need to know if you want to watch the Laver Cup 2023, which will feature great tennis battles among the best players in the world.

The Laver Cup is back! Some of the best tennis players in the world will be going head-to-head again to see who comes out on top, Team Europe or Team World. It will be the tournament’s sixth edition, and Team World, which includes players from all other continents except Europe, will try to defend their 2022 title led, once again, by coach John McEnroe.

When is the Laver Cup 2023?

The Laver Cup 2023 will be starting on Friday, Sept. 22, and finishing on Sunday, Sept. 24.

Where is the Laver Cup 2023?

The Laver Cup 2023 will be held at Rogers Arena, in Vancouver, BC, Canada.

What time does the Laver Cup 2023 start?

The Laver Cup 2023′s opening game will be played at 4 p.m. ET/1 p.m. PT.

How can I watch the Laver Cup 2023?

US citizens will be able to watch the Laver Cup 2023 on Tennis Channel.

Laver Cup 2023: teams

Team Europe: Casper Ruud, Stefanos Tsitsipas, Andrey Rublev, Holger Rune, Hubert Hurkacz, Gael Monfils, Arthur Fils (alternate), Björn Borg (captain), Thomas Enqvist (vice-captain).

Team World: Felix Auger-Aliassime, Taylor Fritz, Frances Tiafoe, Tommy Paul, Francisco Cerúndolo, Ben Shelton, Christopher Eubanks (alternate), Milos Raonic (alternate), John McEnroe (captain), Patrick McEnroe (vice-captain).

Laver Cup 2023: prediction

Fans will be able to watch another interesting edition of the event, with the best players across the globe fighting to take their teams to the final victory. However, this time Team Europe won’t have any of the ‘Big Three’ members, which means that Roger Federer (retired), Rafa Nadal (injured), and Novak Djokovic won’t be featuring for the Europeans. Without a doubt, that’s a big advantage for Team World, who will probably end up winning their second Laver Cup title.

Prediction: Team World to win the Laver Cup 2023.