But attention turned back onto the court over the weekend, with Team Europe now just needing two wins from Sunday’s final day of play to lift the trophy.
Here are all the important details.
What is the order of play for the final day?
Sunday’s play gets underway from 12pm today (September 25).
The night session will commence at 7pm, where the final two games of the competition are scheduled to be Stefanos Tsitsipas vs Frances Tiafoe and Casper Ruud vs Taylor Fritz.
Laver Cup order of play – Sunday, September 25
- Andy Murray & Matteo Berrettini vs Felix Auger-Aliassime & Jack Sock
- Novak Djokovic vs Felix Auger-Aliassime
- Stefanos Tsitsipas vs Frances Tiafoe
- Casper Ruud vs Taylor Fritz
What are the Laver Cup results?
The eight matches played across Friday and Saturday have left the score as Team Europe 8-4 Team World.
Europe need two victories from the final four matches to win the Laver Cup for 2022, with three points awarded to the winning team on the final day of the competition.
This would take the Europeans past the magical 13 points required to win the Laver Cup.
Laver Cup results
Friday, September 23
Match 1 – Casper Ruud def. Jack Sock – 6-4 5-7 (10-7)
Match 2 – Stefanos Tsistipas def. Diego Schwartzman – 6-2 6-1
Match 3 – Alex De Minaur def. Andy Murray (5-7, 6-3, 10-7)
Match 4 – Jack Sock & Frances Tiafoe def. Roger Federer & Rafael Nadal (4-6, 7-6, 11-9)
Saturday, September 24
Match 5 – Matteo Berrettini def. Felix Auger-Aliassime 7-6 4-6 (10-7)
Match 6 – Taylor Fritz Fritz def. Cameron Norrie 6-1 4-6 (10-8)
Match 7 – Novak Djokovic def. Frances Tiafoe 6-1 6-3
Match 8 – Matteo Berrettini & Novak Djokovic def. Alex De Minaur & Jack Sock 7-5 6-2
How to watch on TV
Eurosport and discovery+ are showing the Laver Cup live in the UK.
Fans can stream the event online on the discovery+ player.
Fans can watch the action on the discovery+ player by signing up to the Entertainment and Sport package for £6.99 a month.
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