Laver Cup announces Vancouver and Berlin as the host cities for the 2023 and 2024 editions respectively

Laver Cup announced its host cities for the 2023 and 2024 editions.

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Laver Cup is an indoor hard-court tennis tournament held between two teams. Team Europe is pitted against Team World and both the teams are led by a former tennis legend who acts as the team leader. The tournament began in 2017 keeping six members on each team who compete in nine singles and three doubles match. Every player has to play a one singles match and can play at most two singles matches, while in doubles at least 4 players should play.

The Laver Cup was held annually since 2017, except in 2020 when most of the tournaments were scrapped due to CoVID-19. Team Europe is led by the legendary Bjorn Borg while John McEnroe has been the leader of Team World. Team Europe has won every Laver Cup since 2021, but Team World was just a whisker away from the win in the 2019 edition.

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Laver Cup 2022 marks the return of Roger Federer on the ATP tour.

Laver Cup
Laver Cup

Team Europe dominates the Laver Cup because almost all of the top 10 players are Europeans, but Team World always comes up with a lot of fights. The tournament is of three says and the point system is that every win on Day 1 is worth 1 point, on Day two it’s worth 2 points, and 3 points on Day three. Laver Cup gives an opportunity for the players to form a bond with each other and promotes camaraderie amongst otherwise self-occupied players. It has given us great doubles partnerships like Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer in the 2017 edition.

Roger Federer who has been away from tennis for more than a year will make his return at the Laver Cup 2022 in London to team up with Rafael Nadal again. The Laver Cup destination cities for the 2023 and 2024 editions have been chosen as Vancouver and Berlin respectively.

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