The sixth edition of the Laver Cup will kick-start on September 22, 2023 in Vancouver in Canada following an exciting previous edition which saw Roger Federer feature in his last competitive match. 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 as 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.
Last year, all four members of the Big Four of tennis, Federer, Nadal, Djokovic and Andy Murray featured in the competition.
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.
2023 Laver Cup Teams
More information on the squads of the two teams will be announced closer to the start of the Laver Cup 2023.
The 2022 edition of Laver Cup, which was the fifth time it was played saw the Big Four, Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer and Andy Murray feature for the same team as they took on Team World.
Here’re the two squads from the 2022 Laver Cup.
Captain: Bjorn Borg
Vice-Captain: Thomas Enquist
Squad: Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray, Stefanos Tsitsipas, Casper Ruud
Captain: John McEnroe
Vice-Captain: Patrick McEnroe
Squad: Felix Auger-Aliassime, Diego Schwartzman, Taylor Fritz, Frances Tiafoe, Alex de Minaur, Jack Sock
2023 Laver Cup Schedule & Results
The first day of the competition will be played on Friday, September 22 and the tournament will be held over three successive days. There will be a practice day held on Thursday, September 21.
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 23 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?
Laver Cup 2022
For the first time in the history of Laver Cup, it was Team World who trumped Team Europe in the competition.
Played amidst the brouhaha of Roger Federer bidding tennis adieu, Team World took advantage of the overflow of emotions as they defeated Team Europe 13-8.
At the end of the first day of the competition, the scores were tied at 2-2 with both teams winning two matches each. Team Europe looked to be in the driver’s seat heading into the third day when they won three of the four matches played on the second day to go 8-4 up.
Strangely, a straight-set loss for Djokovic on day three set the trend for another couple of defeats for Team Europe and they went down without the need to play the final match of the day.
Friday, September 23:
- Casper Ruud beat Jack Sock
- Stefanos Tsitsipas beat Diego Schwartzman
- Alex de Minaur beat Andy Murray
- Jack Sock/Frances Tiafoe beat Roger Federer/Rafael Nadal
Saturday, September 24:
- Matteo Berrettini beat Felix Auger-Aliassime
- Taylor Fritz beat Cameron Norrie
- Novak Djokovic beat Frances Tiafoe
- Novak Djokovic/Matteo Berrettini beat Jack Sock/Alex de Minaur
Sunday, September 25:
- Jack Sock/Felix Auger-Aliassime beat Andy Murray/Matteo Berrettini
- Felix Auger-Aliassime beat Novak Djokovic
- Taylor Fritz beat Casper Ruud
Laver Cup 2021
Team Europe ran away to a crushing 14-1 win over Team World in the 2021 edition of the Laver Cup.
On day one of the 2021 Laver Cup, they went up 3-1 with wins in all the three singles matches before losing their doubles encounter. This was followed by a one-sided second day when Team Europe won all their four matches to go 11-1 up.
The Team Europe victory was complete on day three in the very first encounter.
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 24:
- Casper Ruud beat Reilly Opelka
- Matteo Berrettini beat Felix Auger-Aliassime
- Andrey Rublev beat Diego Schwartzman
- John Isner/Denis Shapovalov beat Matteo Berrettini/Alexander Zverev
Team Europe Lead 3-1 after Day 1
Saturday, September 25:
- Stefanos Tsitsipas beat Nick Kyrgios
- Alexander Zverev beat John Isner
- Daniil Medvedev beat Denis Shapovalov
- Andrey Rublev/Stefanos Tsitsipas beat John Isner/Nick Kyrgios
Team Europe Lead 11-1 after Day 2
Sunday, September 26:
- Andrey Rublev/Alexander Zverev beat Reilly Opelka/Denis Shapovalov
Team Europe win 14-1
Previous Laver Cup Results
Team Europe made it three titles in a row in the 2019 Laver Cup when they overcame Team World 13-11 in a tight battle that went right down to the last match.
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 2023
You can watch (and bet) on the 2023 Laver Cup live streaming with bet365.com. These are the basic steps using which you can do the same.
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2023 Laver Cup on TV
The broadcasting rights for the Laver Cup have been awarded to different sports media entities depending on the region.
North American viewers can watch the 2023 Laver Cup live on Tennis Channel along with TVA while the three-day competition will be streamed live in Latin America and Caribbean on ESPN International and Tennis Channel.
In China, iQIYI is the official broadcaster of the Laver Cup 2023 along with GreatSports Media in Shanghai. Japanese fans can watch it with WOWOW, while Stan Sport will broadcast it in Australia, Sky NZ in New Zealand and CJ Media in South Korea.
European audiences other than those in France can watch the Laver Cup 2023 live with Eurosport while beIN Sport will telecast it in France.
Indian subcontinent viewers, i.e. fans in India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Nepal and Afghanistan can watch the tournament with Sony TEN 2.
SuperSport will be the official broadcaster off the Laver Cup 2023 in Africa.
Here’s a list of all channels on which you can watch the Laver Cup 2023 Live on TV in your country:
|American Samoa||Tennis Channel & Digicel|
|British Virgin Islands||ESPN International|
|Canada (French-language)||TVA Sports|
|Cayman Islands||ESPN International|
|Central African Republic||SuperSport|
|Chad||SuperSport & beIN Sports|
|China||iQIYI, GreatSports Media (Shanghai)|
|Costa Rica||ESPN International|
|Democratic Republic of Congo||SuperSport|
|Djibouti||SuperSport & beIN Sports|
|Dominican Republic||ESPN International|
|El Salvador||ESPN International|
|Falkland Islands||ESPN International|
|Federated States of Micronesia||Digicel|
|French Guiana||ESPN International|
|Hong Kong||beIN Sports|
|Mauritania||SuperSport & beIN Sports|
|New Zealand||Sky NZ|
|Northern Mariana Islands||Tennis Channel|
|Papua New Guinea||Digicel|
|Puerto Rico||Tennis Channel|
|Sao Tome and Principe||SuperSport|
|Saudi Arabia||beIN Sports|
|Somalia||SuperSport & beIN Sports|
|South Korea||CJ Media Korea|
|South Sudan||SuperSport & beIN Sports|
|St Barthelemy||ESPN International|
|St Kitts/Nevis||ESPN International|
|St Lucia||ESPN International|
|St Maarten||ESPN International|
|Sudan||SuperSport & beIN Sports|
|Trinidad & Tobago||ESPN International|
|Turkey||beIN Sports & Eurosport|
|Turks & Caicos||ESPN International|
|United Arab Emirates||beIN Sports|
|United States Virgin Islands||Tennis Channel|
|Wallis and Futuna||Digicel|