Andre Agassi steps in as the new world captain for Laver Cup, replacing John McEnroe.

John McEnroe has stepped down as captain of the “World” team at the Laver Cup, and he will be replaced by former tennis star Andre Agassi. Agassi, who won eight Grand Slam titles and an Olympic gold medal during his career, is excited to take on this new role and help lead the team to victory.

Bjorn Borg, who has been the captain for the past seven years, is also stepping down from his role. However, he will remain involved in the event as a longtime rival of McEnroe on the court.

As a journalist it’s important to note that Agassi’s main focus as a captain will be understanding and managing the players’ needs throughout the year in order to give them the best chance at winning matches. The Laver Cup is a unique ATP Tour event where three players for each team are selected based on their ranking, with the remaining three players being chosen as “captain’s picks”.

The tournament does not impact player rankings but provides an opportunity for top players from around the world to come together and compete in a team format. Some memorable moments on

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