Here is some tennis news for you!
You can catch some live tennis scores in the form of the fifth edition of the Laver Cup, which will be held in London’s The O2 Arena from September 23 to 25.
The competition, like previous editions, matches Team Europe against Team World.
The Europeans have a perfect record, which is not surprising given that the majority of the ATP Top 10 players are from this continent. Only once in the Laver Cup’s five-year history has a Top 10 player represented Team World.
It happened four years ago, and Team World’s highest-ranked player in 2022 is Taylor Fritz, who is presently ranked 12th in the world. Meanwhile, Team Europe features four ATP tennis Top 10 players and two great tennis legends.
Given the strength of Team Europe, it’s no wonder that the bookies favour Bjorn Borg’s boys. The Europeans are likely to have an easier time in London, with 2022 Laver Cup odds of 1.42.
The 2022 Laver Cup odds are already available at numerous European sports betting companies, including several that accept US players.
Let’s look at the odds to win the Laver Cup in 2022 now that you know where to wager.
Here are the odds for the 2022 Laver Cup. The chances for Team Europe to win the Laver Cup in 2022 are 1.42 at 22Bet.
Other betting sites have even shorter odds, indicating that bookmakers believe this situation is quite likely to occur.
22Bet is offering 4.20 on Team World, which appears to be decent value. Still, given that John McEnroe’s guys have all lost in this tournament, one has to question if their 2022 Laver Cup chances are overly optimistic.
Before the start of the Laver Cup last year, all of Team Europe’s players were ranked in the ATP Top 10. This time, the squad has four Top 10 players, although I wouldn’t call it a downgrade. Team Europe has never been stronger in my opinion.
The Big Three, as the media refers as Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, and Roger Federer, are on Bjorn Borg’s roster.
These guys have 63 Grand Slam victories between them, as well as hundreds of minor titles, but they still want more.
Federer’s final match of tennis will be the 2022 Laver Cup, as the 41-year-old has declared his retirement after the Laver Cup. Nadal is trying to rebound after a dismal performance at the US Open!