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(Bucket Linte) – Tennis legend Roger Federer announced his retirement from tennis on September 15 after winning 20 Grand Slam tournaments in an astonishing career.
Federer told his fans that the Laver Cup in London would be his last tournament. His last official match will be the doubles match alongside his longtime rival Rafael Nadal.
Here’s everything you need to know about Roger Federer’s final championship match, how to watch it and when it will air.
What is the last tennis match for Roger Federer?
Roger Federer will play his last match with Rafael Nadal in Team Europe in the Laver Cup. Federer does not play singles due to his frequent knee problems, so this doubles match with Nadal will be his last.
The match will take place on September 23, 2022 and will follow Murray’s singles match against De Minaur. One match will start at 19:00 (GMT). Federer’s match is expected to start around 20:20 PM (GMT).
– Roger Federer September 22 2022
As you can see Federer’s last match against Nadal
It depends on your location where you can watch Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal in his last tennis match against Sock and Tiafoe.
In the UK, the Laver Cup is broadcast by Eurosport, which is part of Discovery+. You need a subscription £6.99 per month For entertainment and sports costs. You can also subscribe to it through Amazon Prime Video.
For those in the United States, the Tennis Channel broadcast will be shown. You can stream it via fuboTV or DirectTV Stream.
On the Laver Cup You can find the list of broadcasters who own the rights to each country if you want to watch the game from another part of the world.
What is the Laver Cup and how does it work?
The Laver Cup will take place in London from 23 September to 25 September 2022. It is an indoor tournament on solid ground between Team Europe and Team World.
In its fifth year, the Laver Cup will take place at O2 in London, where the best six European players will face the top six from the rest of the world.
The Laver Cup consists of five sessions played over three days, and singles and doubles matches each have three final sets. If the set is split, the third set goes into a 10-point tie-break.
The winning team must reach 13 points.
on me Lafire Cup website You can read how it all works. There is also a video that you can watch below.
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