The Serbian will join longtime rivals Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Andy Murray on Team Europe which will be the first time it happened. All of them, except Murray, have played at the Laver Cup before but never together. This will be the first time all four of them play at the event and it might just be the last time they do so considering the circumstances.
"I’m really excited to be joining Team Europe again for the Laver Cup at London’s O2 arena in September. It’s the only competition where you can play in a team environment with guys that you’re normally competing against and to be joining Rafa, Roger and Andy – three of my biggest all-time rivals – it’s going to be a truly unique moment in the history of our sport."
It certainly will be a unique moment in the history of tennis because this competition allows for some incredible pairings that we generally can't see in tennis. Nowhere else could you see Djokovic and Nadal playing doubles or Murray and Federer. That's what will make this Laver Cup edition quite special, you know, besides being played in the legendary O2 arena.