GENEVA TO HOST LAVER CUP – September 20-22, 2019

The beautiful lakeside city of Geneva will host the newest event in world tennis, the Laver Cup from September 20-22 2019.

Switzerland’s central European location will also make the Laver Cup accessible to so many fans across Europe. Over the past 20 years, Switzerland has emerged as one of the most prolific tennis powerhouses in the world, and of course is home to one of the greatest tennis players of all time. It’s only fitting to bring the newest event in world tennis to this great country.

World No.2 and 20-time Grand Slam champion Roger Federer is excited about playing the third edition of the Laver Cup in front of enthusiastic crowds in his home country.

“I am so happy the Laver Cup is coming to Switzerland. I would like to thank the city of Geneva and the Laver Cup team who made this dream come true. I am excited to help bring this innovative team event and the world’s best players to my home country.” – Roger Federer

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A Tournament Like No Other!

The structure is like to The Ryder Cup – the most exciting event in golf! Four of the six tennis players will qualify based on their ATP singles ranking as of the Monday following Wimbledon. Two are “captain’s picks” announced on the Monday after the US Open. Every day four matches will be played- three singles and one doubles. If the competition is tied after all twelve matches, a tie breaking doubles match will determine the winner. Each match win will be worth one point on Friday, two points on Saturday, and three points on Sunday. The team with the highest amount of points will win the Laver Cup.


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