Kyrgios keeps Team World in contention at Laver Cup

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Federer keeps Team Europe ahead in Laver Cup with win over Kyrgios

Geneva - Jack Sock and Nick Kyrgios paired up to defeat Rafael Nadal and Stefanos Tsitsipas as Team World cut Europe's lead to 7-5 heading into the final day of the Laver Cup in Geneva.

American Taylor Fritz, in for the injured Nick Kyrgios, then extended his team's lead by beating Dominic Thiem 7-5 6-7 (3) 10-5.

Zverev beat Team World's Milos Raonic 6-4, 3-6, 10-4.

"The atmosphere has been awesome in Geneva and of course I'm going to be there courtside today for all my teammates and do everything I can to support them and help Team Europe win the Laver Cup".

Shapovalov let three match points slip in the decisive third set, which is played as a super-tiebreaker. "Maximum wave. The noise at the player welcome, that loud, is very special for me and the team", he added later. Rafael Nadal enters the stage for Europe in an evening singles match against Milos Raonic, then stays on to partner with Tsitsipas against Kyrgios and Sock.

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"Hopefully many of you will play Laver Cup many times but it was an incredible weekend".

"That was such a big match for Team World to win, we really needed that", said Fritz.

"And how they were on the bench, and how everybody was on the bench - it was an unbelievable feeling for me to win in the end".

The two legends helped Team Europe win its third title in a row.

Historical rivals Björn Borg of Sweden and American John McEnroe captained the two sides.

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Fritz secured a narrow 7-5 6-7 (3-7) 10-5 victory over Thiem, while 20-time Grand Slam victor Federer, playing in his home country, claimed a 6-4 7-6 (7-3) win over Isner in Geneva.

"I've never played in something like that, it was unbelievable", said Zverev who also won it a year ago for Europe.

The 38-year-old Federer had won his last two matches against Kyrgios in straight sets, but dropped the opener in a tie-break.

Team World had started the final day 7-5 behind but Fritz's 7-5 6-7 (3/7) 10-5 win over Thiem put the underdogs within touching distance of a shock success.

But Laver, who won 11 major singles titles during his career, believes Federer can continue playing and winning trophies for many years to come.

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