Cleveland Clinic Joins Laver Cup as Official Healthcare Provider
Leading non-profit academic medical center, Cleveland Clinic, has been named the Official Healthcare Provider of Laver Cup 2022.
With the agreement, the multi-speciality group practice will provide the services of team doctors for Team Europe and Team World at the Laver Cup, which will be held at The O2 in London from September 23-25.
Cleveland Clinic has been at the forefront of modern medicine since it was founded in 1921, introducing numerous medical firsts including pioneering work in coronary artery bypass, ranking among the top hospitals in the USA, rising to national leadership in heart care in the USA and establishing medical facilities around the world. In March 2022, Cleveland Clinic expanded its global footprint, establishing a world-class 184-bed, 325,000-square-foot hospital at 33 Grosvenor Place in central London.
“Making the communities we serve healthier is a cornerstone of Cleveland Clinic’s foundation,” said Tom Mihaljevic, MD, Cleveland Clinic CEO and President. “We’re delighted to play a role in the staging of this uniquely thrilling team event, and we look forward to providing the players with comprehensive holistic healthcare services on the ground in London in September.”
Tennis fans can learn about the clinic’s newly-opened state-of-the-art London facility, and experience the adrenaline of the serve speed activation, at Cleveland Clinic’s booth in the Laver Cup Fan Zone.
“Cleveland Clinic is a leading global supplier of world class healthcare, with a century-long commitment to innovation and excellence, and a cutting edge facility in London that is open and welcoming patients,” said Steve Zacks, Laver Cup CEO. “Laver Cup’s action-packed three-day format demands peak performance from our players and I can think of no healthcare institution better equipped to care for the wellbeing of the athletes in London.”
The Laver Cup is played over three days, using an exciting team format, on a dramatic black court. The competition pits six of the best players from Europe against six of their counterparts from the rest of the World with tennis legends and great rivals Bjorn Borg and John McEnroe current captains for Team Europe and Team World respectively.