Novak Djokovic is the overwhelming favourite to win Wimbledon for a record seventh time – but who can challenge the Serb in the All England Garden Tennis Club?
The chances of Rafael Nadal winning the Golden Slam remain in jeopardy unless he wins an extraordinary third Grand Slam title this year.
If he reaches the 2021 closing, would Matteo Berrettini, who has been playing well lately, take the next step?
Is there a time limit on how long Nick Kyrgios may claim his favourite court?
The competition for the Wimbledon men’s singles title is examined in the sports information.
Tennis Player Novak Djokovic
It’s likely that Rafael Nadal’s absence from the 2022 French Open would have resulted in a different winner at Roland-Garros than world No. 2.
Djokovic is currently two behind Rafael Nadal’s record of 22 Grand Slam victories in his career, so he has a lot of incentive to go after the Spaniard at Wimbledon.
Djokovic, having won the last three Wimbledon titles (2020 was cancelled due to COVID-19), would again be the overwhelming favourite.
First-set setback against Berretini didn’t deter Novak Djokovic from winning the match in 2021 final.
On account of Djokovic’s defeat at the French Open, he will not play in the first grass-court warmup events like Queen’s or Mallorca, opting instead to play at the Giorgio Armani Tennis Basic in London – an exhibition event at The Hurlingham Club.
In order to prepare for Wimbledon, winning Stuttgart and Queen’s back-to-back seems like the best option.
After a three-month absence due to a hand disadvantage, the Italian has yet to lose a sport on the grass.
Prior to defending the Queen’s Club Championship, he won in 2021 by losing only one set in 2022, Berrettini defeated Lorenzo Sonego and Andy Murray to win the title in Stuttgart.
Berrettini has emerged as the second favourite to win Wimbledon following his victory over Novak Djokovic in the semi-finals of the tournament.
Berrettini has all the tools to win the third Main of the year, including a massive serve, excellent volley technique, and what is perhaps the best forehand in tennis.
Is it absolutely impossible for Rafael Nadal to win a third straight Grand Slam of the year?
After he acknowledged that he needed painkilling drugs to go through the French Open, questions were raised about his participation in Wimbledon in 2022.
However, Nadal has announced that he will be in the main draw of the All England Garden Tennis Club, and how can you count him out as a contender?
Nadal will warm-up for Wimbledon at the same exhibition as Djokovic – the Giorgio Armani Tennis Basic at the Hurlingham Membership in London.
Though she’s already won Wimbledon twice (in 2008 and 2010), the 36-year-old has only reached the finals twice since 2011, according to reports.
There is a chance that Rafael Nadal could win the twenty-third Grand Slam of his career at Wimbledon in order to end the debate about who is tennis’ greatest player of all time.
When it comes to Grand Slam titles, Kyrgios is unquestionably capable of winning one – especially on his home court. But can he stay focused for the duration of an entire two-week, five-set Grand Slam?
At Stuttgart and Halle, the 27-year-old proved that he can beat anyone in grass-court tennis before Wimbledon.
The flamboyant character of Kyrgios led to his departure to join Andy Murray in Stuttgart, while his moods varied widely throughout his run to the indoor semi-final, which was eventually cut short by Hubert Hurkacz.
As a Wimbledon semi-finalist, Hurkacz proved to be the ideal opponent for Kyrgios, who lost both sets in straight sets before Hurkacz nabbed the next two by tiebreak.
As Kyrgios watched Hurkacz thrash No. 1, Daniil Medvedev, in the Halle final, he may have been the one to face Hurkacz in the decisive set.
A deep run is possible for Wimbledon 2021 semi-finalist Hurkacz after his Halle success, which included wins over Medvedev and Kyrgios.
As a result of the conflict in Ukraine, Russian and Belarusian players have been barred from participating in the All England Garden Tennis Club.
Alcaraz, a 17-year-old star, might be in the running, but he has a limited amount of experience on grass courts (he was a 2R at Wimbledon in 2021) and has opted to skip the traditional grass warm-up tournaments.
Felix Auger-Aliassime, the Canadian star, is also a possibility following a remarkable performance in Halle when he lost by two tiebreak units to eventual winner Hurkacz.
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