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By Chris Oddo | @TheFanChild | Wednesday, June 22, 2022

The Laver Cup will come to London this September for its fifth edition, after successful stints in Prague, Chicago, Geneva and Boston.

Vancouver (2023) and Berlin (2024) are next on the list.

Tennis Express

According to the Laver Cup, Vancouver and Berlin have been named as host cities for the Laver Cup in 2023 and 2024 respectively, following a comprehensive and competitive bidding process.

The Laver Cup will be staged at Vancouver’s Rogers Arena from September 22-24, 2023 while Berlin’s Mercedes-Benz Arena will host the Laver Cup from September 20-22, 2024.

Roger Federer, who is slated to play this year in London, is looking forward to the next few venues as well. The Swiss and his agent Tony Godsick are the primary forces behind the Laver Cup and his support of the event has been instrumental to the event’s success.

Last year in Boston, Federer came on crutches, supporting the event courtside.

It is likely that he’ll be in Vancouver and Berlin in some capacity, even if he can’t play.

“Vancouver and Berlin as the host cities now for the next couple of years with Laver Cup, I think it’s going to be exciting. Vancouver being on the West Coast, being huge sports fans, obviously we've seen it with the Olympics being hosted there,” Federer said. “We're playing in the heart of the city. I think it's going to be a wonderful atmosphere alone just because alone because of that. And then of course, it's just a beautiful city in itself that everybody always wants to go visit.

“Berlin, a hip place, fun, different to a lot of the cities as we know them in Europe. So I think being in Berlin in the German market, I think is also an excellent choice and one I think we can all really look forward to.”

“Our dream for the Laver Cup was to bring together the world’s top players – rivals year-round – as teammates, to honor the great legends of the past and bring spectacular and competitive tennis to new destinations,” Laver Cup Chairman and CEO of Team8 Tony Godsick said. “With the fifth Laver Cup taking place in London in September, and today’s announcement, we are well on our way to realizing our vision for what is now a hugely popular event on the tennis calendar.”

This year’s Laver Cup will be held from Friday September 23 to Sunday 25 and London’s O2 Arena.

Tickets can be purchased here.