Federer lost the final match of his career
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Federer lost the final match of his career



Sock/Tiafoe wins the match

The third set took place in a tie-break format to 10. Europe won the first return point, then Nadal volleyed at the net to give the team a 2-0 lead.

But World scored three consecutive points after that.

Nadal helped the team equalize 5-5 with a passing shot that made Djokovic stand up and applaud.

However, Federer missed two points later, causing the team to fall behind again.

Federer/Nadal enjoyed match-point for the first time when Tiafoe hit the net again.

World then had match point, and Nadal misjudged Sock’s shot down the line.

Federer/Nadal lost the second set

In the tie-break series, Europe served first but lost the point.

Federer missed his own shot, then blocked the ball without going over the net, allowing Sock/Tiafoe to have three break points.

Sock (right) and Tiafoe equalized in set two.

Federer/Nadal 6-4 6-6 Sock/Tiafoe

Sock serves the ball.

Tiafoe got lucky on the next point when he caught the ball from hitting the edge of the net and falling to the other side of the court.

Scene of the match at O2 Stadium.

Federer/Nadal saved six break points

Nadal served, but Europe lost two consecutive points.

Europe saved all three break points, after Tiafoe and Sock missed consecutive shots.

However, Federer did not cover the net on the next point, allowing Tiafoe to hit behind him and create the fifth break point.

It seems that Federer’s physical strength has declined, causing Federer to no longer be effective at the net.

In the end, Nadal was able to defend the game with Sock’s return finding the net.

Federer/Nadal 6-4 5-5 Sock/Tiafoe

Tiafoe served, helping the World score two points in a row, but then he double-faulted.

Nadal had a chance to create a match point but he narrowly missed the mark.

Federer/Nadal 6-4 5-4 Sock/Tiafoe

Federer served and scored two consecutive points.

Tiafoe helped the World equalize 30-30, after a series of unsuccessful defenses by Federer and Nadal at the end of the court.

But Federer’s good serves were enough to end the game.

Federer (right) and Nadal defend the end of the court.

Federer/Nadal 6-4 4-4 Sock/Tiafoe

Sock served the ball, and he did a good job helping World score three points in a row.

Federer/Nadal 6-4 4-3 Sock/Tiafoe

Nadal served, this time his serves were good.

Federer/Nadal won the game of catching the ball

Tiafoe serves and scores the first point.

At that decisive point, Tiafoe twice let the ball touch the racket and was caught by the referee.

Tiafoe (left) and Sock.

Federer/Nadal 6-4 2-3 Sock/Tiafoe

Federer serves.

On the fifth point, Federer impressed with a serve that Tiafoe returned without going over the net.

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The Laver Cup belongs to the ATP system, although it does not count points.

Each day, two teams play three singles matches and one doubles match.

All matches take place in three sets, in which the third set is only played up to 10 points.

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