It was a breathless Day 1 at the Laver Cup on Friday as tennis fans bid farewell to Roger Federer following the last match of the 41-year-old's distinguished lifetime.

Federer, who declared on Sept. 15 the eagerly awaited match would be his keep going, worked together with long-lasting opponent and companion Rafael Nadal

for a duplicates match against American champion Jack Sock and rising star Frances Tiafoe. The incredible team did all 

they could to outlive their adversaries in any case, at the end of the day, 

it was Sock and Tiafoe who won the extremely controversial issue, 4-6, 7-6 (2), (11-9).

In the wake of mobilizing from being down 0-40, Federer and Nadal clutched pull even and in the end constrained a second-set sudden death round. 

Sock and Tiafoe, a 2022 U.S. Open semi-finalist, profited from a Federer blunder to take the endlessly made way for an emotional first-to-10 sudden death round to choose the victor.

A strong Tiafoe forehand profit from a Federer serve went before the possible match guide scored

on a Sock forehand toward finish up an enraged third set and the celebrated vocation of one of the game's unequaled greats.

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