Laver Cup

The Laver Cup is a team tennis tournament that has been held annually since 2017 which does not award points valid for the world ranking. The competition takes place in September over three days and the locations vary every year, following an alternation between Europe and the rest of the world.

The event was conceived by Roger Federer and his manager Tony Godsick and is named after Australian legend Rod Laver, the only tennis player in tennis history to have completed the Grand Slam twice. The first edition was held in Prague from 22 to 24 September 2017 in the O2 Arena and was won by Team Europa. In 2022, the tournament, held at the O2 Arena in London, which saw the official retirement of Roger Federer, was won for the first time by Team Rest of the World.