Team World arrive at the Laver Cup 2022 targeting a first win in any of the five editions so far, an underdog victory on the basis of world rankings and the chance to be the villains of Roger Federer’s swansong.
Sporting icon Federer announced last week that the showpiece in London – which is an ATP event envisaged as a tennis version of the Ryder Cup in golf – will be his last competitive tournament.
Federer has been ranked no lower than third on his previous three appearances at the Laver Cup, but the injury-imposed inactivity that has hastened the end of the 41-year-old’s career means he does not have a ranking as he joins the likes of world number two Casper Ruud and number three Rafael Nadal in Team Europe.
Here’s when and how to watch the Laver Cup 2022, who’s playing and how to buy tickets.
Laver Cup 2022 Schedule
The Laver Cup 2022 takes place at the O2 Arena, London. The action started at 1 p.m. BST on Friday, September 23, and it will continue through to Sunday.
The final match of Federer’s competitive career will be alongside Rafael Nadal – one of the only players who can rival his place in tennis legacy, having won 22 Grand Slam titles – in the doubles on Friday evening.
There is no night session on the final day, which starts at 12 p.m. BST on Sunday, September 25.
The start times below are subject to change.
Where to Watch Laver Cup 2022
Players In Laver Cup 2022
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)
Bjorn Borg is the captain of Team Europe 2022, with Thomas Enqvist as vice-captain. John McEnroe is captaining Team World 2022; Patrick McEnroe is his deputy.
The pairings, matches and full schedule are yet to be confirmed.
Tickets of Laver Cup 2022
Multi-session tickets for this year’s Laver Cup have sold out but single session tickets are still available from resale site AXS, according to the tournament website.
When they first went on general sale, single session ticket prices ranged from £18 ($20) to £385 ($436) for the Friday action.
Single tickets for other days were priced between £40 ($45) and £510 ($578). Tickets for a practice day on September 22 were also made available for between £22.50 ($25.50) and £35 ($40).