Europe, once again, was proclaimed Sunday champion of the Laver Cup, thus defending the title achieved last year in Chicago against the selection of the rest of the world. In fact, the selection of the Old Continent has won in all three editions of this young competition that this season has been played in Geneva.
Alexander Zverev beat Milos Raonic (6-4, 3-6 and 10-4) in the last match of the tournament and added three points for the Europeans, who won 13-11 to the selection of the rest of the world. In the previous duel, Roger Federer saved his team from defeat by beating John Isner 6-4 and 7-6 (3).
The outcome was the culmination of a tournament full of emotions and unforgettable moments. Zverev won in the super tie break to Raonic and unleashed the madness on the European bench, where there was a euphoric Nadal although he could not play on Sunday because of some discomfort in the wrist. The Balearic was scheduled to play a doubles as a couple with Roger Federer and an individual against Nick Kyrgios. . (tagsToTranslate) laver (t) europe (t) world