Event Guide 2023


Session Times

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 22 September
    • 1pm, Match 1 (singles)
    • f/b Match 2 (singles)
  • Friday 22 September
    • 7pm, Match 3 (singles)
    • f/b Match 4 (doubles)
  •  Saturday 23 September
    • 1pm,Match 5 (singles)
    • f/b Match 6 (singles)
  • Saturday 23 September
    • 7pm, Match 7 (singles)
    • f/b Match 8 (doubles)
  • Sunday 24 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. If the competition is tied after 12 matches, the final overtime doubles match (the Decider) is played as a regular set with ad scoring and a tiebreak to determine the winner.

Check out the schedule for more details.

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The Rogers Arena doors open 90 minutes prior to the session start time. The seating area will be cleared following the end of the last match of each session.

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.

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Thanks to the dedicated transit stop for Rogers Arena, getting to the venue is easy. The physical address for Rogers Arena is 800 Griffiths Way. The venue is easily accessible via public transportation and private vehicle. Parking is available in the downtown area surrounding Rogers Arena including Rogers Arena’s underground parkade (Lot 987) accessible via Griffiths Way on a first-come, first-served basis.

Stadium-Chinatown Station on SkyTrain’s Expo Line is directly adjacent to Rogers Arena on Expo Blvd. Upon exiting the train at Stadium-Chinatown take the Stadium Entrance/Exit located directly across from Gate10 at Rogers Arena.

For bus and customized public transportation directions to Rogers Arena, please visit Translink.ca. Visit rogersarena.com for additional travel information.

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Guests are permitted to bring one bag per person, no larger than 14 x 14 x 6 inches. Guests with larger bags will be required to return their bags to their vehicles or another secure location prior to admittance. A bag storage facility is located just outside Gate 6. The bag storage closes 30 minutes after the end of the event. The bag policy is subject to change. Visit rogersarena.com for the latest information.

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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 rogersarena.com for additional security information.

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Whatever the issue, please contact the nearest staff member or head to one of the Guest Service Centers located at Section 114 or Section 310.

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The Rogers Arena Fan Text Service Line ensures you get the best experience at Rogers Arena. If you have or witness an incident, text 604.765.3267 with your section, row, and seat number followed by the issue at hand and Fan Service will resolve the issue as quickly as possible. All fan texts are confidential.

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Lost something? Please call 604.899.7803 or inquire at one of the Guest Service Centers located at Section 114 or Section 310. The Guest Service Centers will also accept any items you find during the event.

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Trained first aid staff are available at Rogers Arena during the event. For immediate assistance, please contact the nearest staff member and they will have first aid attend to you. First aid staff are also located near Section 104 and Section 306.

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Rogers Arena offers free WiFi within the arena to all guests. Guests will need to select “Rogers Arena WiFi” on the list of available networks and follow the prompts to log in.


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Rogers Arena offers a selection of food and beverage options that are compatible with dairy-free, gluten-free, vegetarian and vegan diets. Visit rogersarena.com for a complete list of food and beverage options.

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


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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 21. All proceeds from the Laver Cup Open Practice Day will be donated to the Laver Cup’s charitable partner, The David Foster Foundation. Tickets in the lower level are CAD$30 per seat excluding service fees. For more information on the David Foster Foundation please visit davidfosterfoundation.com

a young fan thrills to the sight of her favorite Laver Cup players

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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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