Laver Cup: where is it played, dates, times, TV and where to watch the tennis live online
Don’t miss the last time Roger Federer hits the court with our comprehensive guide of how to watch the 2022 Laver Cup
The Laver Cup, known as the Ryder Cup of tennis, enters its fifth year this weekend, with two teams of top talents, Europe and the rest of the world, facing off for the most points.
While Team Europe, who has won all four editions so far, is set to thrash Team World yet again this year, it is Roger Federer’s farewell to professional tennis that will take center stage in London.
The Swiss maestro is making his final tennis appearance at the O2 arena as he links up with Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and Andy Murray for Team Europe.
More on that here: Laver Cup: what is it, how does it work, ATP points and format
Find the schedule and details on how to watch the Laver Cup 2022 starting on Friday, Sept. 23 and concluding on Sunday, Sept. 25. below:
Laver Cup schedule 2022
The action starts at 8:00 am ET on Friday and Saturday, with sessions on both of those days starting at 14:00 p.m. ET.
|Friday, September 23rd||1||Singles||08:00 ET|
|Friday, September 23rd||2||Singles||08:00 ET|
|Friday, September 23rd/24th||3||Singles||14:00 ET|
|Friday, September 23rd/24th||4||Doubles||14:00 ET|
|Saturday, September 24th||5||Singles||08:00 ET|
|Saturday, September 24th||6||Singles||08:00 ET|
|Saturday, September 24th/25th||7||Singles||14:00 ET|
|Saturday, September 24th/25th||8||Doubles||14:00 ET|
|Sunday, September 25th||9||Doubles||08:00 ET|
|Sunday, September 25th||10||Singles||08:00 ET|
|Sunday, September 25th/26th||11||Singles||14:00 ET|
|Sunday, September 25th/26th||12||Singles||14:00 ET|
How to watch Laver Cup 2022
|Friday, September 23||08:00 ET||Tennis Channel||Tennis Channel app, Tennis Channel Plus|
|Saturday, September 24||08:00 ET||Tennis Channel||Tennis Channel app, Tennis Channel Plus|
|Sunday, September 25||07:00 ET||Tennis Channel||Tennis Channel app, Tennis Channel Plus|
Laver Cup 2022: Teams
Team Europe: Andy Murray, Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Stefanos Tsitsipas, Casper Ruud, Matteo Berrettini (alternate)
Team World: Taylor Fritz, Felix Auger-Aliassime, Diego Schwartzman, Frances Tiafoe, Alex de Minaur, Jack Sock, Tommy Paul (alternate)