If you enjoy watching tennis and have access to the Stan Sport streaming service there’s an entertaining tournament on later in September that you might like to watch.

The Laver Cup, in its fourth year, pits six superstars from Team Europe against six of their counterparts from the rest of the World with every match of the tournament streaming ad-free, live and on-demand only on Stan Sport.

On paper Team Europe is much stronger with 5 of the top 10 ranked ATP ranked male players but who knows Team World could pull off an upset win.

  • The competition will be held over three days starting on 25 September 2021 at TD Garden, Boston
  • Two six player teams will compete: Team Europe v Team World, facing off over twelve matches , split between nine singles and three doubles matches.

Confirmed to take part in the tournament for Team Europe include: Daniil Medvedev (World No. 2, Russia), Stefanos Tsitspas (World No. 3, Greece), Alexander Zverev (World No. 4, Czech Republic), Andrey Rublev (World No. 7, Russia), Matteo Berrettini (World No. 8, Italy) and Casper Ruud (World No. 11, Norway).

Team World, who will be aiming to win the Laver Cup for the first time ever, will feature Nick Kyrgios (World No. 86, Australia), Denis Shapovalov (World No. 10, Canada), Diego Schwartzman (World No. 14, Argentina), Felix Auger-Aliassime (World No. 15, Canada), John Isner (World No. 22, USA) and Reilly Opelka (World No. 24, USA).

The 2021 Laver Cup begins on September 25 with every game, set and match live, exclusive and ad-free on Stan Sport.

You need a Stan plan (minimum $10/month) to add-on the Stan Sport package for an extra $10/month.

Stan Sport has the rights to a lot of worldwide Rugby tournaments, UEFA Champions League (also some other UEFA tournaments), Wimbledon, Roland-Garros & the Laver Cup.

Stan offers a 30 day trial of their main streaming service and a 7 day trial of Stan Sport so if you’d like to try both out I’d suggest signing up for a trial on September 25th for both.

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I do not think this should have been tagged as ‘News and Editorial’.
I feel that this is simply a corpor-rat sports spam advertorial.


Neerav, you missed what I was talking about.
That this item on Ausdroid is misidentified as ‘News and Editorial’, when it is neither news or an editorial.
What it is, is an ad for sports on pay TV, despite not being clearly marked as being an ad.

Adam M

To offer an alternative view, I think it’s legitimately ‘News’, even though I have no interest in tennis.

As Neerav implies, sports broadcasting is a great big mess and it’s useful to hear about where the rights have ended up. Football (soccer) being a great (ie terrible) example where three or four different services may be needed, depending on one’s level of interest in Australian and international football.