Team Europe recently retained the Laver Cup title after Alexander Zverev battled against Team World’s
Kevin Anderson to lift Laver Cup in Chicago over the 13-point line.
The German player who is currently ranked 5th in the world fought back to defeat Kevin Anderson and
secured a win for the European Team against Team World.
After the inaugural title in Prague last year, the Europeans took two straight singles matches in
Chicago to secure the title.
During the finals, the Europe led 7-5 against Team world who later retook the lead through John Isner
and Jack Sock who saved two match points and saw off Roger Federer and Zverev 4-6 7-6 (7/2) 11-9.
But Federer gave Europe a hope of victory with three-set win over Isner 6-7 (5/7) 7-6 (8/6) 10-7 while
Zverev did justice by beating Anderson.
The 21-year old German said after his victory that, “It was such a close match all around, not just
this one, the whole weekend”.
Alexander Zverev celebrated Victory with David Goffin and Grigor Dimitrov after sealing the win
alongside Britain’s Kyle Edmund who poses with the impressive trophy after Europe’s Laver Cup success.