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Laver Cup: Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal share priceless ideas with Andy Murray

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Laver Cup 2022: Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal, on Friday, September 23, shared some priceless ideas with Andy Murray throughout Team Europe’s marketing campaign.

Laver Cup: Federer, Nadal share priceless ideas with Andy Murray. Courtesy: AP

HIGHLIGHTSAndy Murray performed towards Australia’s Alex de MinaurRafael Nadal and Roger Federer will companion in a doubles matchEarlier this week, Roger Federer introduced his retirement

Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal, on Friday, September 23, shared some priceless ideas with Andy Murray throughout Team Europe’s marketing campaign in Laver Cup 2022 towards Team World.

Murray, who has three Grand Slam singles titles to his title, locked horns with Australia’s Alex de Minaur within the third match of Day one on Centre Court.

Advice price 42 Grand Slams. @RafaelNadal x @rogerfederer #LaverCup | @andy_murray pic.twitter.com/Mt8fXuTEY9

— Laver Cup (@LaverCup) September 23, 2022

Murray hasn’t had an amazing yr this yr, particularly in Grand Slams. He began the yr with a defeat to Japan’s Taro Daniel within the second spherical of the Australian Open. Thereafter, the veteran pulled out of French Open 2022 to place his deal with Wimbledon.

Murray, nonetheless, flattered to deceive in Wimbledon as properly, shedding to Josh Isner within the second spherical. Murray’s destiny didn’t change even within the US Open the place he misplaced to Italy’s Matteo Berrettini within the second spherical.

As far because the Laver Cup is worried, Team Europe took a 2-0 lead after World No.2 Casper Ruud and Stefanos Tsitsipas gained their respective matches. Ruud needed to work onerous towards Jack Sock, however Tsitsipas beat Diego Schwartzman in straight units.

Federer, within the meantime, is all set to play his final match on the ATP tour after asserting his retirement earlier this week. The 41-year-old is now set to companion Rafael Nadal in Team Europe’s match towards Team World’s Jack Sock and Frances Tiafoe.

Earlier this month, Tiafoe defeated Nadal, who has 22 Grand Slam singles titles to his title, within the fourth spherical of the US Open. But as of now, all eyes can be on Federer, who can be trying to end on a optimistic notice.

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