The third and the final day at the 2019 Laver Cup will be played out on Sunday, September 22 with Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal* featuring in a blockbuster day of tennis. The action begins at 1 pm local time (12 noon BST) and here’s all the information you want for this third day of the tournament, including the Laver Cup live streaming options and schedule.
(*Edit: Nadal has been ruled out and replaced because of a wrist injury. Read more here)
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With the score reading 7-5 in favour of the Team Europe, fans might not have a better start to a tennis day than to watch Federer and Nadal begin the first session in a doubles match playing out for the same team. Yep, Federer and Nadal will combine to take on Nick Kyrgios and Jack Sock in a bid to try and take the lead in the tournament.
With three points allotted to a win today, a win for the Aussie-American pair will keep them in the contest while if Team Europe win this, things could get really far, far away from them. Because then the Team Europe would need to win just another one of the remaining three matches.
The second match of the day might also turn out to be a rip-roaring contest as Nadal takes on Kyrgios. Now these two players have had their battles and the Aussie has indulged in some name-calling outside the court but the Spaniard, a legend of the game, has gotten to where he’s got to facing his own set of challenges. And Kyrgios is a challenge he would like to conquer.
The third match of the day will have Federer in action this time and he faces John Isner with the fans hoping the tie remains alive till this point. Obviously Federer has a huge edge over Isner, like he has over most opponents but in a best of three encounter where the third set is a Super Tie-breaker, the American could get some of that parity back.
Finally, if we get through to the last match, Alexander Zverev will be up against Milos Raonic in the decider, with the winner taking it all. Obviously, again, it needs to get through to this stage and for that to happen, Team World needs to win two of the previous three matches.
Day 3 Schedule – Sunday, September 22:
Starting at 1 pm local time (12 noon BST)
Roger Federer/Rafael Nadal v John Isner/Jack Sock
Rafael Nadal v Nick Kyrgios
Starting at 7 pm local time (6 pm BST)
Roger Federer v John Isner
Alexander Zverev v Milos Raonic
Get all the options on how to watch the Laver Cup live streaming and on TV here.