Event Information

The Laver Cup consists of five sessions played over three days. On Friday and Saturday there is a day and night session followed by a final day session on Sunday.

  • Friday 23 September
    • 1pm, Match 1 (singles)
    • f/b Match 2 (singles)
  • Friday 23 September
    • 7pm, Match 3 (singles)
    • f/b Match 4 (doubles)
  •  Saturday 24 September
    • 1pm,Match 5 (singles)
    • f/b Match 6 (singles)
  • Saturday 24 September
    • 7pm, Match 7 (singles)
    • f/b Match 8 (doubles)
  • Sunday 25 September
    • 12pm, Match 9 (doubles)
    • f/b Match 10 (singles), Match 11 (singles), Match 12 (singles) and a Decider, Match 13 (doubles) if points are even.

The number of matches on Sunday is dependent on the number of points a team needs to win the Laver Cup as per the event rules. If only one match is required to determine a winner, an exhibition match is played following the trophy ceremony.

Guests who purchased a ticket without hospitality must leave the arena between the day and night sessions even if they have a ticket for both the day and night session. Guests who purchased a hospitality package and have a ticket for both the day and night session may stay in their respective hospitality area between sessions. The night session opening time may be delayed if the day session runs long.

Check out the schedule for more details.

Don’t miss the Laver Cup Fan Zone at the main entrance to The O2 with activities for fans of all ages. Anchored by the Laver Cup’s iconic three-story glass enclosed practice court where fans can watch their favorite players warm up for their matches, fans can also try their tennis skills on the Laver Cup mini courts, grab a bite or drink at one of the many food and beverage stations, capture a memorable moment at the Laver Cup photo station or sit back and relax and watch all the matches unfold on the giant screen. Fans will also be able to purchase Laver Cup apparel including limited edition items from sponsors Head, Uniqlo and On.

Free to the general public and no ticket required, the Fan Zone is open Thursday from 10.30am-4pm and on Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 10.30am-10pm.

The Laver Cup Fan Zone also boasts a range of immersive installations developed in collaboration with tournament sponsors, with visitors able to:

  • Tackle Switzerland Tourism’s interactive race through The Alps
  • Measure their speed of serve at the Cleveland Clinic speed of serve activation
  • Follow UPS’ very special delivery of Laver Cup’s iconic black court to The O2, and
  • Check out the all-electric luxury saloon cars from Mercedes-EQ.

For those wanting to be a little closer to the on-court action, tickets are still available for the Laver Cup Open Practice Day taking place from 12-2pm on Thursday September 22. All proceeds from the Laver Cup Open Practice Day will be donated to the Laver Cup’s charitable partners – Action for Children and the LTA Tennis Foundation.

Getting to The O2 is easy.  Take the tube to North Greenwich station on the Jubilee Line in Zones 2 and 3. Jump on the 108, 129, 132, 161, 188, 422, 472 or 486 bus which all stop at North Greenwich station. Take a taxi to North Greenwich station, the taxi rank is on the left upon exiting the station towards The O2 and operates 24 hours a day. Or travel to The O2 by boat with Uber Boat by Thames Clippers to North Greenwich pier. If arriving by car, use Car Park 1 just off Millennium Way. A parking fee is required, and pre-booked parking is available. Visit theo2.co.uk for additional travel information.

Guests are permitted to bring one bag per person, a small bag (no larger than A4) or a standard handbag. Backpacks, travel cases, laptop bags, and large tote bags are not permitted inside the arena. If guests need to bring a large bag, a bag storage facility is located just outside the main entrance to The O2 at a cost of £10 per bag. The bag storage closes 30 minutes after the end of the event. The bag policy is subject to change; visit the02.co.uk for the latest information.

Guests should use the gate indicated on their ticket for entry. All guests will be screened upon entering the arena to protect their safety and that of other visitors. Guests must comply with all security measures in place and are prohibited from bringing in certain items as posted. Security and entry protocols are always subject to change. Visit theo2.co.uk for additional security information.

Whatever the issue, talk to one of The O2 stewards or head to a Guest Information Desk located on level 1 by block 118 or on level 4 by block 411.

On event day, head to a Guest Information Desk located on level 1 by block 118 or on level 4 by block 411 as their staff is best positioned to assist. Guests who have already left the arena will need to go to the AEG Reception office located to the left of Entrance B. Following the Laver Cup, guests will need to email [email protected] with a description of the item and the date they attended the Laver Cup.

First aid stations are located adjacent to block 113 on level 1 and block 413 on level 4.

The O2 offers free WiFi within the arena to all guests. Guests will need to opt-in for “O2-WiFi” on the list of available networks and follow the prompts to login.


In addition to providing access into the arena, The O2 venue app can be used to order food and drink while in the arena for quick collection on the arena concourse. Simply open the app and select ‘order’ to be guided through the ordering and payment process. Guests can also order in-person at the various food and drink outlets on the arena concourse prior to and during the event.

The O2 is a cashless venue and only accepts card payments or Apple/Android pay at all concession and merchandise locations within the arena.


For details on match format, points and scheduling, check out How it Works.

The Laver Cup is available to watch on pay and free-to-air channels globally. Check out the How to Watch the Laver Cup page for a current list of broadcasters.

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