2023 Laver Cup: Europe’s Quest for a Fifth Crown in Vancouver

2023 Laver Cup: Europe’s Quest for a Fifth Crown in Vancouver

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London 2022. Instigator of the Making Cupa competition born in 2017 and pitting Europe of tennis against the rest of the world among men, Roger Federer bid farewell not without emotion to the world of the little yellow ball. By his side for an anthology doubles, Rafael Nadal had only tears in his eyes when saying goodbye to one of the legends of his sport.

A year later, the Manacor bull will not be part of the party either, he who is in full revalidation and who could make his return to Melbourne, to allow the Old Continent to reconquer a title whose name refers to the famous Australian Rod Laver.

A fifth crown for Europe?

Europe will have a feeling of revenge when approaching this 2023 edition Vancouver. Björn Borg and his flock bowed their backs for the very first time in five years last year in the United Kingdom after winning four consecutive titles and they will present themselves at the Rogers Arena in order to bring back a fifth crown for Canada.

From September 22 to 24, IceBorg will be able to count on Stefanos Tsitsipas, Holger Rune, Casper Ruud, Andrey Rublev, Hubert Hurkacz and Gaël Monfils. In the ranks of the title holders, John McEnroe trusts a large majority of players already present in England. Taylor Fritz, Frances TiafoeFelix Auger-Aliassime and Tommy Paul are part of the American squad who also called on Francisco Cerundolo and Ben Sheltonrecent semi-finalist at the US Open and new sensation in world tennis.

Follow the 2023 edition of the Laver Cup from September 22 to 24 on Eurosport 1 NL.

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