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Tennis: Laver Cup Tickets: Prices and how to buy tickets online for Federer’s last match

Roger Federer has united with careerlong friend and rival Rafael Nadal for a fairytale final match on Friday at the Laver Cup, but you may need to remortgage your house to watch it in person.

Tickets for the tennis event have become the hottest property on many second-hand ticket sites, the cheapest selling for 900 pounds while the most expensive are comfortably into six figures.

Where is the 2022 Laver Cup?

Held in London’s O2 Arena, the Laver Cup is an all-star tournament between Team Europe and Team World, with Federer and Nadal competing in doubles in the Friday session, against Jack Sock and Frances Tiafoe.

How much are Federer Laver Cup tickets?

Tickets are available online and, despite the most expensive seat in the house originally valued at just over 500 pounds, Federer‘s announcement has pushed those prices sky high.

Sports Illustrated’s Jon Wertheim shared a screenshot showing standard tickets costing between 15,340 pounds and 45,090, adding that they rose all the way up to 414,000 dollars.

What has Federer said about his final game?

The ‘Big 4’ of Federer, Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray are all competing, but the Swiss is the headline attraction.

“I think I can play at an acceptable level, playing with Rafa would be an absolute dream,” Federer said on Wednesday.

“I really don’t want it to be a funeral, I want it to be really happy and powerful and party mode.”

Federer has given many interviews in the past week, following his retirement announcement.

“Everything is possible, if you dream very small you’re going to achieve very small,” he said.

“You’ve got to keep believing that it’s going happen. Listen to your parents, coaches and teachers. I try to explain that every day to my children.”

Nadal has had his say too about the Laver Cup, excited to team up with Federer one last time.

“Hopefully together we can create a good moment and maybe win a match,” Nadal added.

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