American Taylor Fritz drew Team World level at 4-4 in the Laver Cup on Saturday with a narrow victory over Team Europe's Cameron Norrie after the hosts' Matteo Berrettini had beaten Felix Auger-Aliassime in the day's opener.
It was a case of the day after the night before at London's O2 Arena after Roger Federer's tear-jerking farewell match alongside Rafa Nadal had dominated day one.
Norrie began slowly and Fritz took full advantage to win the opener 6-1 but the obdurate Norrie dug in deep to level the match after breaking at 4-4 in the second set.
American Tiafoe, who alongside Jack Sock ripped up the script to beat Federer and Nadal on Friday, will face Novak Djokovic later on Saturday in what will be the Serbian's first match since winning Wimbledon in July to take his Grand Slam tally to 21.
The day concludes with Djokovic alongside Berrettini taking on Australia's Alex De Minaur and American Sock.
Individual matches were worth one point on Friday, two on Saturday and three on Sunday.