The fourth edition of the Laver Cup will kick-start in September, 2021 in Boston after the previous one was cancelled because of the pandeic and you can watch the Laver Cup live streaming for this season online and on television all across the world.
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The Laver Cup is an innovative competition approved by the ATP that is oft-called by the Ryder Cup of tennis. Played between Team Europe and Team World, it has united Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal in one of the editions and Federer and Novak Djokovic in the second season, playing on the same team.
Each of the teams has a few players announced in their squads and a total of 12 matches are played over three days. Each match on day one is worth one point, on day two it’s worth two points while the third day will see them get three points apiece. The first team to 13 points wins the competition.
2021 Laver Cup Teams
We are still awaiting more information on the set of players representing Team Europe and Team World for this upcoming edition of the tournament. According to reports, Roger Federer and Dominic Thiem have agreed to take part at the moment.
Below is the list of players who participated in the 2019 edition with the 2020 one getting cancelled because of the coronavirus.
Captain: Bjorn Borg
Vice-Captain: Thomas Enquist
Squad: Daniil Medvedev, Stefanos Tsitsipas, Alexander Zverev, Andrey Rublev, Matteo Berrettini, Casper Ruud
Captain: John McEnroe
Vice-Captain: Patrick McEnroe
Squad: Felix Auger-Aliassime, Denis Shapovalov, Diego Schwartzman, Reilly Opelka, John Isner, Nick Kyrgios
2021 Laver Cup Schedule & Results
The first day of the competition will be played on Friday, September 24 and the tournament will be held over three successive days.
The exact draw and its schedule for this will be soon declared, i.e. one day before the tournament begins. The line-up for Saturday, September 25 will be revealed an hour after the play ends on Friday night and Sunday’s schedule will be out on Saturday night.
What Happened in Previous Laver Cup Editions?
The 2020 edition of the Laver Cup had to be cancelled because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The 2019 Laver Cup saw Team Europe complete a hat-trick of Laver Cup titles when they defeated Team Rest of World on the final day of the competition. Here’s how the tournament turned out.
Friday, September 21:
Dominic Thiem beat Denis Shapovalov 6-3, 5-7, 13-11
Jack Sock beat Fabio Fognini 6-1, 7-6
Stefanos Tsitsipas beat Taylor Fritz 6-2, 1-6, 10-7
Roger Federer/Alexander Zverev beat Denis Shapovalov/Jack Sock 6-3, 7-5
Team Europe Lead 3-1 after Day 1
Saturday, September 21:
John Isner beat Alexander Zverev 6-7, 6-4, 10-1
Roger Federer beat Nick Kyrgios 6-7, 7-5, 10-7
Rafael Nadal beat Milos Raonic 6-3, 7-6
Nick Krygios/Jack Sock beat Rafael Nadal/Stefanos Tsitsipas 6-4, 3-6, 10-6
Team Europe Lead 7-5 after Day 2
Sunday, September 22:
Roger Federer beat John Isner 6-4, 7-6
Alexander Zverev v Milos Raonic 6-4, 3-6, 10-4
2019 Laver Cup Points Tally
Team Europe Win 13-11.
The 2018 edition of the competition saw Team Europe successfully defend their title by beating Team World 13-8. On day one of the Laver Cup 2018, Grigor Dimitrov, Kyle Edmund and David Goffin won their respective singles matches to give Europe a 3-0 lead, before the star pairing of Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer lost their doubles match to Kevin Anderson and Jack Sock.
On day two, the two teams split their matches with Alexander Zverev and Roger Federer winning their singles matches, Novak Djokovic losing his singles match and then Grigor Dimitrov and David Goffin going down to Nick Kyrgios and Sock.
Still armed with a two-point lead, Europe needed to win two of the four matches on the final day to lift the title while Team World needed three victories. World took the lead with their doubles pairing of John Isner and Sock defeating Federer and Zverev in the first match of the day but Federer then overcame Isner in their singles tie before Zverev finished off the tie with a hard-fought victory over Anderson.
In the 2017 edition of the Laver Cup, on the one side was Team Europe that was led by the two stalwarts of the game, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal.
Others in the Europe squad in this Ryder Cup-styled tournament had included Alexander Zverev, Marin Cilic, Dominic Thiem, and Tomas Berdych.
On the other, the rest of the world saw the likes of Sam Querrey, John Isner, Nick Kyrgios, Jack Sock, Juan Martin del Potro and Denis Shapovalov stock up and try to get the better of them.
Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal led the Team Europe to a title win over the World side. It was left to Federer to win the final encounter of the last day to help his side register that victory.
Laver Cup Live Streaming for 2021
You can watch (and bet) on the 2021 Laver Cup live streaming with bet365.com. These are the basic steps using which you can do the same.
- Go to www.bet365.com
- Register with bet365.com (or log in to you account)
- Pre-fund your account by depositing $10 (or equivalent currency). You can either let that remain in your account or should have bet in the 24 hours before the live streaming
- Select the 2021 Laver Cup live streaming option by clicking on Live Streaming on the top
In order be able to watch the live streaming of this first Grand Slam of the year, bet365 requires you to register with them and then either deposit a sum of $10 or equivalent into your account (or register as mentioned here) or watch the live streaming by betting on any sport in the past 24 hours.
Remember geo-restrictions might apply.
2021 Laver Cup on TV
Coming to the TV broadcast, the entire list of channels for respective countries is available on the official site of Laver Cup.
In China, the tournament will be broadcast by CCTV, iQiyi, and Fox Sports Asia. Fox Sports Asia will be broadcasting the tournaments in Indonesia, Hong Kong, and Malaysia as well.
As for the Indian sub-continent, namely India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka, D Sport will be streaming the event live on TV. In Africa, Supersport, and Canal+ will be responsible for streaming the matches.
— Laver Cup (@LaverCup) September 20, 2017
In the Middle East countries like Saudi Arabia, Qatar and UAE, beIN sports will be live streaming the action from Laver Cup. In Israel, this responsibility has been undertaken by Eurosport and Charlton Sports.
In the Americas, Tennis Channel, ESPN International, and TVA are the broadcast partners. ESPN International is also responsible for broadcasting the event live across the Oceania. Fans in Canada can tune in to TSN or TVA Sports, depending on language preference.
In the Czech Republic, Laver Cup action can be watched on Eurosport and Czech TV. In fact, Eurosport is the broadcast partner for several European nations like Germany, Finland, France, Hungary, Iceland, Spain, and Italy.
Here’s a list of all channels on which you can watch the Laver Cup 2021 Live on TV in your country:
|Angola||SuperSport & Canal +|
|Ascension Island||ESPN International|
|Austria||Sky Sport & Eurosport|
|Belgium||Eleven Sport & Eurosport|
|Benin||Supersport & Canal +|
|Bosnia||Sportklub & Eurosport|
|Botswana||SuperSport & Canal +|
|British Virgin Islands||ESPN International|
|Brunei||Fox Sports Asia|
|Burkina Faso||SuperSport & Canal +|
|Burundi||SuperSport & Canal +|
|Cambodia||Fox Sports Asia|
|Cameroon||SuperSport & Canal +|
|Canada (French language)||TVA Sports|
|Canada (English language)||TSN|
|Cape Verde||SuperSport & Canal +|
|Cayman Islands||ESPN International|
|Central African Republic||SuperSport & Canal +|
|Chad||beIN Sports & Canal +|
|China||CCTV, IQIYI, Fox Sports Asia|
|Comoros||SuperSport & Canal +|
|Congo||SuperSport & Canal +|
|Cook Islands||ESPN International|
|Costa Rica||ESPN International|
|Cote d’Ivoire||SuperSport & Canal +|
|Croatia||Sportklub & Eurosport|
|Czech Republic||Czech TV & Eurosport|
|Democratic Republic of Congo||SuperSport & Canal +|
|Djbuti||beIN Sports & Canal +|
|Dominican Republic||ESPN International|
|East Timor||Fox Sports Asia|
|El Salvador||ESPN International|
|Equatorial Guinea||Supersport & Canal +|
|Eritrea||Supersport & Canal +|
|Ethiopia||Supersport & Canal +|
|Falkland Islands||ESPN International|
|France||beIN Sports & Eurosport|
|French Guiana||ESPN International|
|French Polynesia||ESPN International|
|Gabon||SuperSport & Canal +|
|Gambia||SuperSport & Canal +|
|Georgia||Silk TV & Eurosport|
|Germany||Sky Sport & Eurosport|
|Ghana||SuperSport & Canal +|
|Guam||Fox Sports Asia|
|Guinea||SuperSport & Canal +|
|Guinea-Bissau||SuperSport & Canal +|
|Hong Kong||Fox Sports Asia|
|Indonesia||Fox Sports Asia|
|Ireland||Sky Sports & Eurosport|
|Israel||Charlton Sports & Eurosport|
|Italy||SuperTennis & Eurosport|
|Kenya||SuperSport & Canal +|
|Laos||Fox Sports Asia|
|Liberia||Supersport & Canal +|
|Luxembourg||Eleven Sport & Eurosport|
|Macau||Fox Sports Asia|
|Macedonia||Sportklub & Eurosport|
|Madagascar||SuperSport & Canal +|
|Malawi||SuperSport & Canal +|
|Malaysia||Fox Sports Asia|
|Mali||SuperSport & Canal +|
|Marshall Islands||ESPN International|
|Mauritania||beIN Sports & Canal +|
|Mauritius||SuperSport & Canal +|
|Micronesia||Fox Sports Asia & ESPN International|
|Mongolia||Fox Sports Asia|
|Montenegro||Sportklub & Eurosport|
|Mozambique||SuperSport & Canal +|
|Myanmar||Fox Sports Asia|
|Nambia||SuperSport & Canal +|
|Netherlands||Ziggo Sport & Eurosport|
|New Zealand||ESPN International|
|Niger||SuperSport & Canal +|
|Nigeria||SuperSport & Canal +|
|North Korea||Fox Sports Asia|
|Papua New Guinea||Fox Sports Asia|
|Philippines||Fox Sports Asia|
|Rwanda||SuperSport & Canal +|
|Sao Tome and Principe||SuperSport & Canal +|
|Saudi Arabia||beIN Sports|
|Senegal||SuperSport & Canal +|
|Serbia||Sportklub & Eurosport|
|Seychelles||SuperSport & Canal +|
|Sierra Leone||SuperSport & Canal +|
|Singapore||Fox Sports Asia|
|Slovenia||Sportklub & Eurosport|
|Somalia||beIN Sports & Canal +|
|South Korea||Fox Sports Asia|
|South Sudan||beIN Sports & Canal +|
|Spain||TVE & Eurosport|
|Sri Lanka||D Sport|
|St Barthelemy||ESPN International|
|St Kitts/Nevis||ESPN International|
|St Lucia||ESPN International|
|St Maarten||ESPN International|
|Sudan||beIN Sports & Canal +|
|Swaziland||SuperSport & Canal +|
|Switzerland||TV24, SRG SSR, Eurosport, Sky Sport|
|Taiwan||Fox Sports Asia|
|Tanzania||SuperSport & Canal +|
|Thailand||Fox Sports Asia|
|Togo||SuperSport & Canal +|
|Trinidad & Tobago||ESPN International|
|Turkey||beIN Sports & Eurosport|
|Turks & Caicos||ESPN International|
|Uganda||SuperSport & Canal +|
|UK||Sky Sports & Eurosport|
|United Arab Emirates||beIN Sports|
|Vietnam||Fox Sports Asia|
|Western Samoa||ESPN International|
|Zambia||SuperSport & Canal +|
|Zanzibar||SuperSport & Canal +|
|Zimbabwe||SuperSport & Canal +|