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The Laver Cup is not an exhibition, we care deeply about this event – Tennis Sports

American tennis star John Isner The Laver Cup has admitted that Team World is not an exhibition after losing to Team Europe. 36-year-old Isner made his fourth Laver Cup appearance last weekend. Once again, Team World lost because Team Europe owns the perfect 4-0 record at the event.

Isner played three games last weekend and lost to Alexander Zverev in his only singles game. In his first doubles match, Isner and Denis Shapovalov defeated Matteo Berrettini and Alexander Zverev. In the second doubles match, Isner and Nick Kyrgios lost to Andrey Rublev and Stefanos Tsitsipas.

“This is not an exhibition. We are very interested in this event and it is a pity that we lose every year, but this event is very special,” Isner said.

The Laver Cup is the highlight of Isner’s year

“None of us really knew what to expect in our first year in Prague, but it was one of the finest weeks and is now the highlight of my year,” Isner said. Told.

“It’s very different and a lot of fun to team up with the guys we usually play against.” We get together very well as a group, the chemistry is great and it’s a great environment to participate. “

Isner always enjoys the atmosphere of the Laver Cup. “I’ve played college tennis for four years and it’s very special. I’ve played a lot of Davis Cups. It’s special if I play for anything other than myself. Eveyone agrees with that rating.

To play in such an atmosphere in Prague, Chicago, Geneva … the building was completely electrical. It allows you to play very well. This cannot be reproduced every other day on the tour.

You cherish. Needless to say, this crowd needs to be on our side and we are looking forward to it. ”

– Tennis Sports

The Laver Cup is not an exhibition, we care deeply about this event

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