The organizers of the Laver Cup announced on Wednesday that Vancouver will host the 2023 edition and Berlin the 2024 edition.

After Prague in 2017, Chicago in 2018, Geneva in 2019, Boston in 2021 and London in 2022, we know where the next two Laver Cups will take place. Still according to the rule of Europe-North America alternation, the Rogers Arena in Vancouver will be the scene of the 2023 edition from September 22 to 24, and the Mercedes-Benz Arena in Berlin of the 2024 edition. from September 20 to 22, as the organizers announced on Wednesday. There is no doubt that Felix Auger-Aliassime, Denis Shapovalov or Alexander Zverev, the stars of Canadian and German tennis, will respond to the call of this competition launched in 2017 by Roger Federer’s entourage. modeled on golf’s Ryder Cup. The Laver Cup, where Sunday matches earn more points than Friday matches, which provides suspense until the end, has always been won by the European team, coached by Björn Borg (John McEnroe being world team captain).

Federer present in 2022

“Both cities are exceptional and progressive destinations with incredible facilities and rich cultural heritage, as well as thriving tennis communities. We look forward to making Laver Cup history in Vancouver and Berlin,” said Laver Cup boss Steve Zacks. “Demand for the Laver Cup has been strong and one of the most sought-after projects we have worked on,” said Angus Buchanan, managing director and co-founder of The Sports Consultancy, which managed the call for entries. Vancouver and Berlin both presented exceptional projects and I am delighted with their success and today’s announcement. We are now working closely with the Laver Cup team to finalize hosts for 2025 and 2026 over the coming months. In the meantime, the 2022 edition will take place at the O2 Arena in London, which has been missing tennis since the ATP Masters left for Turin, from September 23 to 25. Rafael Nadal, Félix Auger-Aliassime, Taylor Fritz and Diego Schwartzman have agreed to participate, as has a certain Roger Federerwho could make a comeback to “competition”, after his knee injury which occurred almost a year ago at Wimbledon.