The Laver Cup is an international indoor hard court men's team tennis tournament between Team Europe and Team World, the latter of which is composed of players from all continents except Europe. Held annually since 2017, the tournament is intended to be the Ryder Cup of the tennis world. Normally it takes place two weeks after the US Open, with the location rotating between different host cities. 2022 edition will take place in London.
There are 12 matches played over three days (nine singles and three doubles). Each match victory on day 1 is worth one point, on day 2 two points, and on day 3 three points. The first team to claim 13 points win the tournament. Each player takes the court once or twice for singles, with at least four of the six taking part in doubles. All matches are played as best-of-three, with a 10-point tiebreaker if play goes to a third set.
International live or recorded with international sound and English commentaries
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