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When will Federer and Nadal play doubles in the Laver Cup? How to watch Federer’s final match?

Ahead of his retirement, Roger Federer will team up with Rafael Nadal taking on the O2 Arena in London by storm this weekend. How to watch the match here.

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Ahead of his retirement, Roger Federer will team up with Rafael Nadal taking on the O2 Arena in London by storm this weekend. How to watch the match here.
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The owner of the 20 Grand Slam titles, Roger Federer, will take to the court one last time on Friday at the 2022 Laver Cup in London before he bids his farewell to professional tennis.

The Laver Cup, which is holding its fifth edition this weekend, features six players from Europe taking on six players from the rest of the world in a race to reach 13 points by winning singles and doubles matches. A victory is worth one point on Day 1, two points on Day 2, and three points on Day 3.

While each match is best-of-three sets, with all players participating once or twice in the singles matches, and at least four of six players per team featuring in the doubles, an exception has been made for the Swiss ace.

Related: Laver Cup: where is it played, dates, times, TV and where to watch the tennis live online

When is Federer playing at the Laver Cup?

Friday 23 September

8:00 am ET Session

  • Match 1 – Casper Ruud vs Jack Sock – Singles
  • Match 2 – Stefanos Tsitsipas vs Diego Schwartzman – Singles

02:00 pm ET Session

  • Match 3 – Andy Murray vs Alex de Minaur – Singles
  • Match 4Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal vs Jack Sock and Frances Tiafoe – Doubles

As seen above, Federer will only play in the final doubles match on Friday’s last session at the O2 Arena, teaming up with Rafael Nadal in what he announced will be the last match of his long and illustrious career.

The 41-year-old who has shared an epic career-long rivalry with the Spanish legend, spoke of how it feels to have the King of Clay by his side, “I’m not sure if I can handle (all the emotions) but I will try… This one feels a whole lot different. I’m happy to have him (Nadal) on my team and not playing against him.”

How to watch Federer-Nadal doubles match

Viewers in the U.S. can watch the match on T.V via Tennis Channel, or stream the legendary moment through the Tennis Channel app or Tennis Channel Plus.

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