How to Watch the Laver Cup 2022 Live Streaming Online, on TV & Laver Cup Tickets

Laver Cup Live Streaming and Tickets

Team Europe and Team World will go head to head in the fifth edition of the Laver Cup in September 2022 and you can get all the options on how to watch the live streaming of this 2022 Laver Cup below.

While the Laver Cup isn’t a part of the ATP calendar and as such does not reward any ATP Ranking Points, it forms an important part of the season with fans converging at the venue and around the world in front of their devices to watch the competitive live.

One of the reasons for this is the concept is unique to tennis while also the fact it includes some of the best players from the men’s tennis world.

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How to Watch the 2022 Laver Cup Live?

There are different ways of watching the 2022 edition of the Laver Cup and it depends on which part of the world you are at.

Depending on which region you are in, the Laver Cup organizers have signed up deals with local sports TV channels and websites to telecast the event live.

In North America, the 2022 Laver Cup will be live with the Tennis Channel and TVA. Latin American and Caribbean fans can watch this tournament with ESPN International and Tennis Channel, while Asia Pacific and Oceania regions have their own list of broadcasters depending on the country.

Chinese fans can watch it with iQIYI and GreatSports Media (Shanghai), those in Japan can subscribe to WOWOW, while Stan Sport will broadcast it in Australia. Sky NZ will show it in New Zealand while CJ Media will be broadcasting the Laver Cup 2022 live in South Korea.

Eurosport is the official broadcaster of this tournament in Europe other than France, where it will be telecast by beIN Sport.

Indian subcontinent viewers, which includes India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Nepal and Afghanistan will be able to watch it with Sony TEN 2. In Africa, the Laver Cup will be live with SuperSport.

Get the entire list of Laver Cup broadcast options here.

Other Methods to Watch Live Tennis

Now while the above two options mentioned are the best way to go about watching the Laver Cup live, you could also watch other tennis tournaments if you are looking for it using the options mentioned below.

Please note, we are still to get a confirmation if the 2022 Laver Cup can be streamed in the manner mentioned below, but you could look at this closer to the start of this year’s competition.

The other way to watch live tennis streams online is to sign up with bookmakers who offer these options. What you would need to do is to make a small deposit of about $10 and start watching the streams live. Two such bookmakers include bet365 and Unibet which live stream ATP and WTA tournaments live.

You will also need to check if this is available in your region because these bookmakers do not have the broadcasting rights in some of the countries around the world.

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Where will the Laver Cup 2022 be Played?

The 2022 edition of the Laver Cup will be played at the O2 Arena in London. The O2 Arena is a part of the O2 entertainment complex on the Greenwich Peninsula in southeast London which was opened in 2007.

Some of the most popular sporting events held at the O2 Arena include the ATP Finals, Ice Hockey matches, NBA exhibition and season matches, British Open 2012 squash tournament, MMA fights and WWE events among many others.

The court hosting the Laver Cup will be black much like has been the case throughout the journey of the Laver Cup.

Laver Cup 2022 Schedule & Dates

The 2022 edition of Laver Cup will be played over a three-day period between Friday, September 23 to Sunday, September 25. The three-day competition will see Team Europe getting pitted against Team World in a format similar to the Ryder Cup in golf.

Laver Cup 2022 Format

As mentioned earlier, the Laver Cup will see Team Europe go toe to toe against Team World with each match carrying a point weightage.

Wins in the matches on the first day of the competition will be worth a point apiece, while those on day two will carry two points. The third and the final day will see the winner take away three points for his team.

There will be three singles and one doubles match played each day in a best-of-three format with the team reaching 13 points first winning the competition.

How to Buy Laver Cup 2022 Tickets?

Laver Cup 2022 tickets can be bought from their official website here. While the first day of the competition is on September 23, there will be an open practice day held a day prior to that on Thursday, September 22 kick-starting at 12 noon.

Ticket prices for the practice day range from £22.50 to £35 per seat.

Other than that, there are single session and multi-session tickets available for the three-day competition. These range from between £18 to £510 depending on the day and type of tickets.

Players Participating in the Laver Cup 2022

The two teams going head to head at the 2022 Laver Cup are Team Europe and Team World.

In this year’s Laver Cup, the Team Europe will be represented by Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray, Casper Ruud and Stefanos Tsitsipas.

Team World will have Taylor Fritz, Felix Auger-Aliassime, Diego Schwartzman, Frances Tiafoe, Alex de Minaur and Jack Sock.

Previous Laver Cup Champions

The Laver Cup was first played in 2017 and with the exception of 2020, it has been played annually. Here are the winners of each edition of the Laver Cup.

  • 2021: Team Europe (14-1)
  • 2019: Team Europe (13-11)
  • 2018: Team Europe (13-8)
  • 2017: Team Europe (15-9)

What Happened at the Last Edition of the Laver Cup?

In what was one of the most one-sided editions of the Laver Cup, Team Europe crushed Team World 14-1, as they won eight of the nine matches that were on show. The final three matches on the third day of the competition were cancelled once the winners were decided.

Casper Ruud, Matteo Berrettini and Andrey Rublev won their respective singles matches on day one of the tournament before John Isner and Denis Shapovalov pulled one back for Team World.

From there on, however, it was all one-way traffic with Stefanos Tsitsipas, Alexander Zverev and Daniil Medvedev winning their singles matches on day two, before Rublev and Tsitsipas won their doubles match to give them a 11-1 lead.

On day three, only one match was needed to decide the fate of the competition with Rublev combining with Zverev to defeat Reilly Opelka and Shapovalov in their doubles encounter.

Final Words on Watching Laver Cup 2022 Live Streaming

The Laver Cup 2022 might not carry ATP Ranking points but it is one of the most sought-after men’s tennis competitions in the world and you can watch it live using the information mentioned above.

Stan Boone

I am the editor of Racket Sports World. I love my tennis, pickleball and most of the other racket sports played around the world and started this blog as my way to help other racquet sports fans even as I learn, explore and improve by connecting with them. Tweet at

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