How to watch Laver Cup 2022 tennis on TV and live stream

The Laver Cup offers tennis fans one last chance to see a legend on the court as Roger Federer’s final match draws near.

The Swiss maestro has missed most of the last two years through injury and will retire after this week’s Laver Cup tournament.

Federer will join forces with Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and Andy Murray for Team Europe in an emotional farewell to one of the greatest athletes of all time.

Now in its fifth year, the Laver Cup is dubbed the Ryder Cup of tennis, with two teams of top players from Europe and the rest of the world battling it out for points.

Europe have won all four editions so far, including a 14-1 win over Team World last year in Boston, USA. has rounded up everything you need to know to watch the 2022 Laver Cup tennis tournament.

When is the Laver Cup 2022?

The Laver Cup starts on Friday 23 September 2022.

The tournament comes to an end after three days of action Sunday 25 September 2022.

How to watch and stream the UK Laver Cup 2022 live

You can stream every Laver Cup game live and on-demand on Discovery+. Their entertainment and sports plan is available for just £6.99 per month.

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Discovery+ is also available through Amazon Prime Video, meaning there are more ways to keep tabs on the biggest tennis stars in the Laver Cup than ever before.

This grants full access to every live stream and game of the upcoming tournament.

Laver Cup 2022 schedule

All UK time.

Friday 23 September

day session

Game 1: Singles (1 p.m.)

Game 2: Singles (1 p.m.)

night session

Game 3: Singles (7 p.m.)

Game 4: Doubles (7 p.m.)

Saturday 24 September

day session

Game 5: Singles (1pm)

Game 6: Singles (1pm)

night session

Game 7: Singles (7 p.m.)

Game 8: Doubles (7 p.m.)

Sunday 25 September

day session

Game 9: Doubles (1pm)

Game 10: Singles (1pm)

night session

Game 11: Singles (7 p.m.)

Game 12: Singles (7 p.m.)

Where will the Laver Cup 2022 take place?

The Laver Cup takes place at the O2 Arena in London, where the ATP Tour Finals were once held.

The venue has a rich history in men’s tennis, with the world’s best players strutting the court between 2009 and 2020 before the final was moved to Turin.

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