The Laver Cup 2021 is almost here. Team Europe and Team World will face each other for the fourth edition of this tennis tournament, that’s been dominated by the Europeans so far. However, this year, Team World is ready to take the trophy for the first time.

This year, the Laver Cup will be held at the TD Garden in Boston. There’s going to be three days of the most exciting and fun tennis from the best male players right now. However, everyone is going to miss Federer, Nadal and Djokovic, who are going to miss the tournament. 

However, current US Open champion Daniil Medvedev is going to play for the first time, as well as Andrey Rublev, Matteo Berrettini and Casper Ruud. Meanwhile, for Team World, Felix Auger-Aliassime and Reilly Opelka are the new additions. Here, check out the schedule and TV coverage for the tournament. 

Laver Cup 2021: Dates and times 

The Laver Cup 2021 will be played from Friday, September 24 to Sunday, September 26. The format consists of 12 matches, nine singles and three doubles, across three days. On the first day, each win adds one point; on day two, adds two points and on day three, each win adds three points. 

The team who first earns 13 points is the winner of the tournament. Each player takes the court once or twice for singles, with at least four of the six taking part in doubles. All matches are played as best-of-three, with a 10-point tiebreaker if play goes to a third set. The lineup for each day is given the day before. 

Friday, September, 24 

Day session - 1 PM (ET) 
Match 1: Singles 
Match 2: Singles 

Night session - 7 PM (ET) 
Match 3: Singles 
Match 4: Doubles 

Saturday, September, 25 

Day session - 1 PM (ET) 
Match 5: Singles 
Match 6: Singles 

Night session - 7 PM (ET) 
Match 7: Singles 
Match 8: Doubles 

Sunday, September, 26 

Day Session* - 12 PM (ET) 

Match 9: Doubles 
Match 10: Singles 
Match 11: Singles 
Match 12: Singles 

*If only one match is required, an exhibition doubles match is played. 

Laver Cup 2021: How to watch it in the US 

All Laver Cup 2021 matches will be broadcasted in the United States by the Tennis Channel. Fans can also watch them on the official website of the event on Pay-Per-View for US$6.99 from September 24-26.