The event will begin on September 23, and will see John McEnroe and Björn Borg captain their respective teams as they go head to head.
Even more attention has been drawn to the Laver Cup following the news that Roger Federer will be retiring after the tournament.
How to buy tickets for the 2022 Laver Cup
Multi-session tickets went on sale earlier this year and were priced between £185 to £2420. However, they have sold out. Don’t start panicking yet, you could still get the chance to watch the Laver Cup with single session tickets.
Single session tickets (priced between £18 to £385 for the Friday session and £40 to £510 for all other sessions) are sold out, but you can still purchase tickets through AXS Official Resale. However, the Laver Cup website warns that there are “only a limited number of tickets available for purchase via AXS Official Resale.”
Resale tickets are sold by fans who can no longer use them themselves.
Can I buy tickets for the Laver Cup Open Practice Day?
The Laver Cup Open Practice Day will take place September 22, 2022 at The O2. Fans can watch Team World and Team Europe practice on the iconic black court, as well as hear from the players and captains ahead of the weekend’s competition.
Doors for the event open at 11am.
Tickets went on sale on August 22, 2022. Lower level tickets are £35.00 per seat and upper level tickets £22.50 per seat. Head over to the Laver Cup website to get yours.
Federer’s Laver Cup history
Federer played in the Laver Cup in 2017, 2018, and 2019. He has a win-loss record of 8-3, and has won 18 points.
The tennis star remains unbeaten in Laver Cup singles from six matches.
Roger Federer has announced that he will be retiring from tennis, following the Laver Cup at age 41.
The 20-time Grand Slam champion broke the news in a letter uploaded as a video on Twitter, where addressed his “tennis family and beyond” and said:
“Of all the gifts that tennis has given me over the years, the greatest, without a doubt, has been the people I’ve met along the way: my friends, my competitors, and most of all the fans who give the sport its life. Today, I want to share some news with all of you.”
The tennis star explained that over the past three years he has faced injuries and surgeries, and although he has worked hard to return to full competitive form he also knows his body’s “capacities and limits.”
“Now I must recognise when it is time to end my competitive career,” Federer said.
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