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Cloverjo | 09:36 Sat 21st Sep 2019 | Sport
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Europe against the rest of the world. I’m a huge tennis fan, but I can’t get excited by this. Does it really mean anything to the players or the fans? It’s not exactly Davis Cup for excitement and passion.
Anyone following it?

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Europe vs the world, no wonder Brexit was considered :-/

Sorry for the B word quip Clover.

I enjoy watching many sports, not overly passionate about all.

Laver cup seems to be a "fill in" for some players, "keep the hand in"
I believe it was meant to be a kind of Ryder Cup for the tennis world. This is only the 3rd time it has been held (team Europe winning the first 2) so it is early days yet. Certainly too early to pass any sort of judgement but there are some top players involved with the likes of Federer and Nadal involved for the 3rd time. I suppose the lack of interest may be down to the fact that Team Europe consist of 6 players all in the top 11 whereas the Rest Of The World team's highest ranked player is John Isner @ 20 and also contains the world number 210, Jack Sock. Federer v Sock would hardly be edge of the seat stuff, imho.

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