Andy Murray has joined team Europe for the 2022 Laver Cup, alongside Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal.

It will be his first time playing in the Ryder Cup style team event, which began in 2017. Murray will be the second Briton, after Kyle Edmund in 2018.

Team Europe have won every single edition, and last year was a 14-1 victory.

John Mcenroe’s team World has announced Felix Auger Aliasssime, Taylor Fritz, and Diego Schwartzman. Murray is the third player announced for Bjorn Borg’s team Europe. 

Borg said, “I am extremely excited to have Andy on our team,” 

“He is a dedicated, ferocious, and inspirational competitor who has re-established himself at the top of the game. He will be an incredible asset for the home team in both singles and doubles.”

Murray himself said, “I’m looking forward to playing the Laver Cup in London,” 

“I love playing as part of a team and there is a great atmosphere and intensity to the event. I’ve heard lots of good things and I’m excited to be teaming up with both Roger and Rafa for Team Europe.”