Laver Cup 2022, Federer & Nadal vs Sock & Tiafoe DOUBLES match LIVE© AFP
Laver Cup 2022 Dwell Updates: Tennis legend Roger Federer ultimate skilled match received underway as he teamed up with Rafael Nadal for Workforce Europe to tackle Workforce World’s Jack Sock and Frances Tiafoe in a doubles match within the Laver Cup. Federer had final week introduced the Laver Cup could be his ultimate skilled event. The 20-time Grand Slam champion, dogged by a knee damage, has not performed for the reason that 2021 Wimbledon quarter-finals and final week introduced his retirement on the age of 41. The Swiss nice has loved a storied rivalry with the Spaniard over almost 20 years and collectively they’ve gained 42 Grand Slam singles titles in a golden period for the lads’s recreation. The pair performed 40 occasions, together with in 9 Grand Slam finals, with Nadal holding a 24-16 successful file, however this time they are going to be on the identical aspect of the web within the Ryder Cup-style occasion. The six-strong Workforce Europe additionally consists of Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray — the opposite two members of the so-called “Large 4” — in a becoming climax to Federer’s profession.
Listed here are the LIVE Updates of Laver Cup 2022 match between Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal vs Jack Sock and Frances Tiafoe
02:43 – The match is underway
The motion begins after a protracted wait. Nadal to serve first.
02:23 AM – The Calm earlier than the storm
Roger Federer’s ultimate match will begin shortly. He and Rafael Nadal face Frances Tiafoe and Jack Sock.
02:18 AM – De Minaur beats Andy Murray
Alex de Minaur beats Andy Murray 6-7, 6-3, 10-7. Workforce Europe lead 3-1 on Day 1.
01:59 AM – De Minaur takes the second set
Alex de Minaur takes the second set 6-3 towards Murray. Off to the decider
01:12 AM – Murray wins first set
Murray takes the primary set 7-5, after virtually an hour of tennis. Relentless stuff from each gamers. Benefit Workforce Europe.
12:51 AM – Murray taking over De Minaur
Andy Murray of Workforce Europe is at the moment taking over Workforce World’s Alex de Minaur. He leads the Australia 6-5 within the first set.
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