Laver Cup

US digital workflow company ServiceNow has signed as a global supplier to the Laver Cup, commencing from the 2023 edition of the team-based tennis tournament

Team-based tennis tournament the Laver Cup has added to its sponsorship roster ahead of this year’s event through new deals with US healthcare provider Cleveland Clinic and Switzerland Tourism.

The Laver Cup, the annual men’s tennis tournament between Europe and the rest of the world, will take place in Vancouver in 2023 and Berlin in 2024, it has been announced today (Wednesday).

Media group Discovery has secured exclusive media rights to show the Laver Cup, the annual men's team tennis tournament between Team Europe and Team World, across Europe from 2021 to 2030

Apparel retailer Uniqlo has been named 'Official LifeWear' sponsor for the 2021 Laver Cup, which will be held at TD Garden, Boston

Stan Sport, the streaming service of Australian media group Nine Entertainment, has broadened its tennis portfolio by agreeing a multi-year deal for rights to the Laver Cup

The Laver Cup team tennis tournament has launched the host city selection process for its 2023, 2024, 2025 and 2026 editions

Tennis equipment maker Head has signed a multi-year deal to become a global sponsor of the Laver Cup. The deal will start at this year’s edition to be held at the TD Garden in Boston in September. 

Top-level men’s tennis will return to London’s O2 Arena in 2022, with the venue having been announced as the host for the Laver Cup for that year.

The Laver Cup tennis tournament will not go ahead as planned in September due to a clash of dates with the French Open

TD Garden, the home of the National Basketball Association's Boston Celtics and National Hockey League's Boston Bruins, will host the Laver Cup tennis tournament from September 25-27, 2020.

Discovery-owned broadcaster Eurosport has agreed a deal for rights across Europe to the 2019 instalment of tennis’s Laver Cup competition.

The Laver Cup tennis tournament has today (Friday) announced an agreement with the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) to make the event an official part of the annual ATP Tour calendar

Pay-television broadcaster Eleven Sports has picked up rights in Belgium, Portugal and Luxembourg to this weekend’s Laver Cup tennis tournament.

Organisers of the Laver Cup have revealed plans to make the tennis tournament an annual event in response to “strong market demand”.