The latest Laver Cup betting tips, daily picks & predictions for the 2020 edition can be found here. Who will win the Laver Cup 2020 when the Team Europe takes on the Team World in is expected to be a brilliant, three-day tennis tournament?
The Laver Cup is set to add a whole new dimension to the world of tennis, featuring top six European players going up against their counterparts from the rest of the world over a three-day period.
This will be the fourth edition of the Laver Cup. The tournament is set to be played annually two weeks after the US Open in Boston in 2020. The previous edition of the tournament was played from September 20-22, in Geneva, Switzerland.
In the first first season, 12 matches were planned to be played over the three-day period comprising of nine singles matches and three doubles but in the end, only 11 matches were needed. Points were awarded for every victory and they increased by the day. The first team to reach 13 points out of a possible 24 wins the Laver Cup.
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2020 Laver Cup Teams
The player list for the 2020 Laver Cup hasn’t been announced yet so in the meantime, here’re all the players who took part in the previous edition of the tournament.
Captain: Bjorn Borg
Vice-Captain: Thomas Enquist
Squad: Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Alexander Zverev, Dominic Thiem, Stefanos Tsitsipas, Fabio Fognini. Alternate: Roberto Bautista Agut
Captain: John McEnroe
Vice-Captain: Patrick McEnroe
Squad: John Isner, Milos Raonic, Taylor Fritz, Denis Shapovalov, Jack Sock, Nick Kyrgios. Alternate: Jordan Thompson
What Happened at the 2019 Laver Cup?
Team Europe made it three wins in a row by defeating Team Rest of World in a tournament that went down to the final tie of the third day. Team Europe led 3-1 after day one and 7-5 after day two but with three points for each win on the final day, Team ROW had taken a lead going into the final encounter. It was Alexander Zverev’s three-set victory over Milos Raonic that tilted the tie in favour of Europe.
Previous Winners of the Laver Cup
2019: Team Europe
2018: Team Europe
2017: Team Europe
Laver Cup Format
The Laver Cup is played in a format based on the Ryder Cup in golf. No other tournament in tennis has a format close to how the Laver Cup is played.
Each of the two teams, Team Europe and Team World, have six players apiece in their squad, and there are 12 matches between these two teams over a three-day period. The teams are selected partially on the basis of the ATP rankings and the rest on the basis of what the captains of the two sides decide.
The current captains are John McEnroe for Team World and Bjorn Borg for Team Europe.
Over the three days, three doubles and nine singles matches are played with matches played as a best-of-three. However, the final set, like is the case in mixed doubles matches, is played over 10 points.
- Every player plays at least one singles match.
- No player can feature in more than two singles matches
- At least four of the players must be a part of a doubles match
- Same pair cannot play only one doubles match (unless a tie-breaking doubles match is needed at 12-12)
- A win on Friday gets team one point, on Saturday it gets them two and it’s three points on Sunday.
- Team that gets to 13 points first wins the Laver Cup title.
- A tie at 12-12 will lead to a final deciding doubles match.
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