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Australian Open odds

Who wins the Australian Open 2022 for men?

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Borna Coric
Juan Martin Del Potro
Karen Khachanov
Kei Nishikori
Kevin Anderson
Marin Cilic
Novak Djokovic2.682.25
Daniil Medvedev5.104.75
Rafael Nadal8.008.00
Alexander Zverev8.208.00
Dominic Thiem9.008.80
Stefanos Tsitsipas13.0011.00
Roger Federer13.0013.00
Andrey Rublev21.0018.00
Jannik Sinner21.0018.50
Denis Shapovalov34.0026.00
Félix Auger-Aliassime34.0026.00
Matteo Berrettini34.0026.00
Carlos Alcaraz Garfia34.0027.00
Andy Murray41.0030.00
Milos Raonic41.0030.00
Cameron Norrie41.0032.00
Nick Kyrgios51.0032.00
Casper Ruud51.0034.00
Hubert Hurkacz67.0040.00
Grigor Dimitrov67.0042.00
Stanislas Wawrinka67.0042.00
Aslan Karatsev81.0050.00
Roberto Bautista-Agut101.0055.00
Diego Schwartzman101.0060.00
Pablo Carreño Busta101.0060.00
David Goffin101.0065.00
Alex De Minaur126.0050.00
Gaël Monfils126.0075.00
Lorenzo Sonego126.0075.00
Daniel Evans126.0080.00
Fabio Fognini151.0090.00
Vasek Pospisil201.00140.00
Kyle Edmund201.00201.00

Australian Open 2022

Australian Open 2022 is a tennis tournament that will be held in Melbourne Park in Melbourne, Australia, from January 17 to January 30, 2022. The tournament is the first of the four Grand Slam tennis competitions held each year, and it takes place before the French Open, Wimbledon, and the US Open. It will be the 110th edition of the Australian Open this year, and it might be the first Major tournament of the year. On the sports complex's courts, stars such as Novak Djokovic, Garbine Muguruza, Roger Federer, and Venus Williams could compete.

It includes men's and women's singles; men's, women's, and mixed doubles; junior championships; and legends, wheelchair, and exhibition events. It has originally competed on grass courts, but since 1988, it has competed on three different types of hardcourt fields including green-colored Rebound Ace until 2007, blue Plexicushion from 2008 to 2019, and then blue GreenSet from 2020.

The Australian Open, which began in 1905 as the Australasian Championships, has grown to become one of the most prestigious sporting events in the Southern Hemisphere. The tournament, nicknamed The Happy Slam, is the most visited Grand Slam event, with over 812,000 people expected to attend the 2020 edition. It was also the first Grand Slam tournament to feature indoor play during wet weather or extreme heat with its three central courts, Rod Laver Arena, John Cain Arena, and the refurbished Margaret Court Arena outfitted with retractable roofs.

Despite COVID-19 wreaking havoc across much of the country, Australian Open boss Craig Tiley remains confident that the Melbourne Park grand slam will go ahead in January. With Tiley's announcement last week that the world's best tennis players would not be quarantined for another fortnight like they were before this year's Open, Australia's biggest and richest annual sporting event was in doubt for 2022. But Tiley on Thursday revealed a plan for players to instead spend two weeks in a biosecure bubble before next year's event.

Since organizers were incapable of confirming government approval in time for this year’s tournament, it was moved to February, but Tilly is optimistic that the 2022 edition will return to its traditional playing schedule in the second week of 17 January.

The prize money at the Australian Open Women's Championships is equivalent to a men's game, similar to some modifications made at a recent Grand Slam event. Open Australia awards $3.1 million in prizes for the champions, while the runner-up receives $1.55 million in each competition at the new casino sites.

The top rackets in the world, as ranked by the International Association of Tennis Players, will be invited to compete in the competition. A greater number of competitors will have to qualify for the championship. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, only nine of the fourteen days of the tournament were open to the public, and attendance was limited to 30 to 50 percent of total capacity.

In the previous Australian Open, we found many world-famous tennis players establish records in the history of the Australian Open champions. Novak Djokovic is a Serbian professional tennis player who won the title of 2021 Men's Singles. He won his eighth Australian Open championship and eighth Grand Slam title overall. Ivan Dodig was also a part of the winning Men's Doubles team in 2021. It was his sixth Grand Slam triumph and his first in Australia. Filip Poláek, a professional tennis player from Slovakia, was a part of the winning Men's Doubles team in 2021. It was his first time winning a Grand Slam tournament. Lastly, Rajeev Ram was a part of the Mixed Doubles team that won in 2021. It was his third Grand Slam victory overall, and his second at the Australian Open.