Where to Watch Laver Cup 2021?

Published 09/20/2021, 12:30 PM EDT
GENEVA, SWITZERLAND – SEPTEMBER 22: Team Europe pose with the trophy after winning the Laver Cup in the final match of the tournament during Day Three of the Laver Cup 2019 at Palexpo on September 22, 2019 in Geneva, Switzerland. The Laver Cup will see six players from the rest of the World competing against their counterparts from Europe. Team World is captained by John McEnroe and Team Europe is captained by Bjorn Borg. The tournament runs from September 20-22. (Photo by Clive Brunskill/Getty Images for Laver Cup )


The fourth edition of the Laver Cup starts from Friday, September 24 until Sunday, September 26. To be played at the TD Garden in Boston, Team World captained by John McEnroe would aim to triumph over Team Europe led by Björn Borg after having suffered defeat in each of the past three editions.

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As Team Europe would compete in absence of the Big-3 – Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, and Dominic Thiem, the chances of Team World having a shot at the trophy couldn’t have been brighter.

GENEVA, SWITZERLAND – SEPTEMBER 22: Taylor Fritz of Team World celebrates match point with teammates in his singles match against Dominic Thiem of Team Europe during Day Three of the Laver Cup 2019 at Palexpo on September 22, 2019 in Geneva, Switzerland. The Laver Cup will see six players from the rest of the World competing against their counterparts from Europe. Team World is captained by John McEnroe and Team Europe is captained by Bjorn Borg. The tournament runs from September 20-22. (Photo by Julian Finney/Getty Images for Laver Cup)

How can you watch Laver Cup 2021?

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In the United Kingdom, Eurosport, eurosport.co.uk and the Eurosport app would provide live action of the Laver Cup. Across Europe, fans can witness the exhibition event on Eurosport, beIN Sports, whereas people in the Middle East and North Africa can catch the live coverage on beIN Sports MENA.

In the United States of America, Tennis Channel would live broadcast all of Laver Cup matches during the three-day action-packed tournament. In India, Japan, and China, the fans can watch the action live on Sony 6, WOWOW, and iQIYI, GreatSports Media (Shanghai) respectively.

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PRAGUE, CZECH REPUBLIC – SEPTEMBER 22: Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Tomas Berdych, Thomas Enqvist and Fernando Verdasco of Team Europe celebrate as they watch the singles match between Dominic Thiem of Team Europe and John Isner of Team World on the first day of the Laver Cup on September 22, 2017 in Prague, Czech Republic. The Laver Cup consists of six European players competing against their counterparts from the rest of the World. Europe will be captained by Bjorn Borg and John McEnroe will captain the Rest of the World team. The event runs from 22-24 September. (Photo by Julian Finney/Getty Images for Laver Cup)

ESPN International would provide live-action in Indonesia, Hong Kong, and Malaysia as well. As for the Australian public, Nine Network and Stan Sport would broadcast every game. In addition, the online streaming website bet365 would also provide live coverage.

For Team Europe, four debutants make entry into the team. The newly crowned US Open champion, Daniil Medvedev, World number No.5 Andrey Rublev, 2021 Wimbledon finalist Matteo Berrettini, and Casper Ruud would all be playing in the event for the first time. Stefanos Tsitsipas and Alexander Zverev would join them as the players having Laver Cup experience.

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On the other end, Team World comprises the big-serving American duo John Isner and Reilly Opelka, along with Canadians Denis Shapovalov and Felix Auger-Aliassime, Argentine Diego Schwartzman, and Australian Nick Kyrgios.

Brace yourselves for some high-octane tennis coming your way. Which team do you think would lift the title – Team Europe or Team World?

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Kshitij Tayal

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Kshitij Tayal is a tennis author at EssentiallySports. Having played district-level tennis competitions, Kshitij is also a tenured journalist of the sport with over four years of experience. At EssentiallySports, he pens down some thought-provoking pieces on players and tournaments across the ATP and WTA.

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