Rafael Nadal and Tomas Berdych lost at the 2017 Laver Cup in Prague.

Jack saved a break point in game seven with a booming serve and pushed his squad 5-2 up with an ace down the T line. Rafa grabbed the eighth game to prolong the set before Jack wrapped it up with a beautiful volley winner in the next one for 6-3 in 31 minutes.

Nadal held after deuce at 1-1 in the second set, and he and Tomas earned two break points in the next one. Sock clinched four straight points to get out of jail and level the score at 2-2. Nick served to prolong the set at 4-5 and fired a service winner toward Tomas to bring the result to 5-5.

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Both teams served well in games 11 and 12 to introduce a tie break. Nadal pushed Team Europe 4-2 up with a crafty volley at the net before Kyrgios landed a return winner to reduce the deficit to 5-4. Rafa reacted well at the net in the tenth point for 6-4, and their rivals saved both set points for 6-6.

Nadal and Berdych grabbed another mini-break, and the home player stroke a service winner to take the breaker 9-7. Nick leveled the score at 4-4 with a service winner in the match tie break and landed a forehand down the line winner in the next one for the advantage.

Jack blasted a forehand return winner for 6-4 before the Europeans climbed back to 6-6. Tomas sprayed a volley error at the net in the 15th point to fall 8-7 behind and send a boost to the other side. Nick landed a service winner for 9-7 and two match points and sealed the deal with an ace down the T line for a massive celebration.