Laver Cup Day 3: What time does Rafael Nadal play against John Isner in Prague?

Final day action at the inaugural Laver Cup will see Marin Cilic and Tomas Berdych from Team Europe take on Jack Sock and John Isner in the opening doubles match.

This will be followed by Alexander Zverev against Sam Querrey, followed by Rafael Nadal against John Isner and Roger Federer against Nick Kyrgios.

Matches start at 12 PM local time.

Date: 24 September 2017

Match time: Rafa is third match on Center Court. Around 4 PM local time / 10 AM EDT – New York, Montreal / 3 PM BST – United Kingdom / 4 PM CET – Spain, France, Germany, Italy / midnight AEDT – Melbourne. To convert to your local time, use this website.

Each match is worth three points on Sunday.

To win the Laver Cup, a team must reach 13 points. Europe currently leads 9-3.

VAMOS RAFA! VAMOS TEAM EUROPE!

Source: Laver Cup

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18 thoughts on “Laver Cup Day 3: What time does Rafael Nadal play against John Isner in Prague?

  1. Rafa’s serve was great. But he played so passive that I wonder if something is wrong with him ? Maybe a wrist issue ? I hope not. I havent seen Rafa play this passive since well over a year ago, even then he wasn’t this passive. His forehand was nonexistant. This has me worried you guys. Rafa looked bummed out too. I don’t mind the loss…but the way he lost makes me sad. There is only 1 good Rafa and that is agressive Rafa.

    Now please Rafa. Stop being so goddamn stubborn and cancel Beijing and Shanghai. Take rest and use that time to also improve your game.

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    1. Teresa

      Thanks Gianna. See sentiments below.
      Rafa put on a hell of a show but I thought he looked tired against Jack Sock (Jack also looked tired). I don’t think this is a good time to promote the LC. This is the time when Rafa has traditionally been tired. He may well be forced out of Beijing or Shanghai. My biggest fear is that he is now injured.

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  2. Maria (England)

    Oh no ! Rafa lost his match, gutted for him , there must be so much pressure on the two top seeds to win every time they step out on court ,I don’t envy them .oh well let’s hope Roger can turn it around ( I think).

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  3. Maria (England)

    Oh I so hope Rafa can win his match against Isner, I don’t really want it to come down to Roger having to save the day for team Europe, and I think Rafa will feel gutted that he has let the team down . Come on Rafa

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  4. jas_uk

    HELP! I was watching SKY via NowTV but Sky have changed the channel for the Laver Cup just before Rafa’s match and I can’t find the new one. Is there anywhere else to watch online in the UK?

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  5. I AGREE WITH YOUR COMMENTS ABOVE, YES WHY ARE THEY NOT USING OTHER PLAYERS?? AND AS FOR BERDYCH :WHAT A WASTE OF SPACE USLESS. RAFE HAD TO KEEP TELLING HIM GO UPFRONT EVEN THE COMMETATOS WANTED RAFA TO TAKE CONTROLL. I THINK RAFA SHOULD GO HOME AND REST., ASAP,, FEDS VANITY COULD COME AT A PRICE , FOR RAFA . BUT HE DID PLAY WELL , DIDN,T HE
    BORG WHAT DOES HE DO JUST SITS SILENT!!!!!!!!!!????????

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    1. May Jackman

      Verdasco is an alternate,not really suppose to play unless someone is injured
      He is suppose to help with hitting & helping out the players
      There are only 6 players & he is the 7 th player
      They need to sell tickets,thats why Rafa & Roger are playing so much
      Roger sat out the first day
      Thiem is the only one that has not played since Day 1 ,they have Berdych playing cause he is hometown boy & has not won yet
      Everyone wants to see Rafa & Roger ! They sell tickets!!!

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  6. Teresa

    Isn’t Rafa flogging himself to death promoting what is effectively Roger’s tourney? I know Roger helped with the inauguration of the Academy but does Rafa need this right now when he should be protecting his No.1 status? Would Roger have done this at 31 and at such a crucial time? There are a few players that haven’t or have hardly played – why can’t they step in? Sorry for the cynicism.

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    1. PUMA

      Hi Teresa,
      Thanks for voicing, albeit silently, all my sentiments. I too think that Rafa is wasting himself for RF’s airbag ego. To add to what you think is cynicism but I would call realism, I find this so-called tournament a charade directed by some has-beens. Frankly I stopped caring who wins, and might even enjoy some chest banging monkeys to do so . I just hope Rafa remains healthy and wins a few more GSs.

      WAMOS RAFA..

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