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Who wins the Australian Open 2020 for men?

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Alejandro Davidovich Fokina
Andrew Harris
Hugo Gaston
Lloyd Harris
Marcos Giron
Peter Gojowczyk
Prajnesh Gunneswaran
Soon Woo Kwon
Thomas Fabbiano
Yasutaka Uchiyama
Novak Djokovic2.202.20
Rafael Nadal5.505.00
Daniil Medvedev9.008.50
Roger Federer11.0011.00
Stefanos Tsitsipas17.0013.00
Dominic Thiem26.0021.00
Nick Kyrgios34.0026.00
Alexander Zverev51.0034.00
Denis Shapovalov51.0041.00
Andrey Rublev67.0051.00
Roberto Bautista-Agut67.0067.00
Stanislas Wawrinka67.0067.00
Grigor Dimitrov101.0067.00
Matteo Berrettini101.0081.00
Kevin Anderson121.0081.00
David Goffin126.0081.00
Karen Khachanov151.0081.00
Diego Schwartzman201.00101.00
Jannik Sinner201.00101.00
Félix Auger-Aliassime201.00126.00
Pablo Carreño Busta201.00201.00
Marin Cilic251.0067.00
Borna Coric251.00101.00
Milos Raonic251.00101.00
Gaël Monfils301.00126.00
Hubert Hurkacz301.00151.00
Alexander Bublik301.00301.00
Jeremy Chardy301.00301.00
Philipp Kohlschreiber301.00301.00
Fabio Fognini401.00151.00
John Isner401.00151.00
Kyle Edmund401.00151.00
Daniel Evans401.00301.00
Cameron Norrie401.00401.00
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga501.00151.00
Francis Tiafoe501.00201.00
Taylor Fritz501.00201.00
Benoit Paire501.00301.00
Alejandro-Davidovich-Fokina501.00501.00
Aljaž Bedene501.00501.00
Andreas Seppi501.00501.00
Damir Dzumhur501.00501.00
Feliciano López501.00501.00
Jaume Munar501.00501.00
Márton Fucsovics501.00501.00
Marco Cecchinato501.00501.00
Miomir Kecmanovic501.00501.00
Pierre-H-Herbert501.00501.00
Reilly Opelka501.00501.00
Steve Johnson501.00501.00
Tennys Sandgren501.00501.00
Tommy Paul501.00501.00
Vasek Pospisil501.00501.00
Sam Querrey601.00501.00
Ugo Humbert601.00501.00
Yoshihito Nishioka601.00501.00
Federico Delbonis751.00751.00
Grégoire Barrère751.00751.00
Ivo Karlovic751.00751.00
James Duckworth751.00751.00
Leonardo Mayer751.00751.00
Ricardas Berankis751.00751.00
Soonwoo-Kwon751.00751.00
Yen-Hsun Lu751.00751.00
Dusan Lajovic801.00301.00
Fernando Verdasco801.00301.00
Jan-Lennard Struff801.00401.00
Filip Krajinovic801.00501.00
John Millman801.00501.00
Nikoloz Basilashvili801.00501.00
Alexei Popyrin801.00751.00
Guido Pella1001.00301.00
Casper Ruud1001.00501.00
Corentin Moutet1001.00501.00
Mikhail Kukushkin1001.00501.00
Alex Bolt1001.001001.00
Andrew-Harris1001.001001.00
Cedrik-Marcel Stebe1001.001001.00
Christopher O'connell1001.001001.00
Dominik Köpfer1001.001001.00
Egor Gerasimov1001.001001.00
Hugo-Gaston1001.001001.00
Hugo Dellien1001.001001.00
John-Patrick Smith1001.001001.00
Mackenzie Mc Donald1001.001001.00
Marc Polmans1001.001001.00
Marcos-Giron1001.001001.00
Michael Mmoh1001.001001.00
Pablo Andújar1001.001001.00
Pierre-Hugues Herbert1001.001001.00
Roberto Carballés Baena1001.001001.00
Salvatore Caruso1001.001001.00
Stefano Travaglia1001.001001.00
Tatsuma Ito1001.001001.00
Thiago Monteiro1001.001001.00
Yüichi Sugita1001.001001.00
Yasutaka-Uchiyama1001.001001.00
Christian Garín1201.00501.00
Gilles Simon1201.00501.00
Jordan Thompson1201.00501.00
Lorenzo Sonego1201.001001.00
João Sousa1501.00751.00
Pablo Cuevas1501.00751.00
Adrian Mannarino1501.001001.00
Albert Ramos1501.001001.00
Mikael Ymer1501.001001.00
Radu Albot1501.001001.00
Juan Ignacio Londero2001.001001.00
Laslo Djere2001.001001.00
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101.0081.00126.00
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Australian Open 2020 Men’s Singles

The 2020 Australian Open will be the 108th edition of the Grand Slam event. It will remain the first major tournament of the tennis season and the players arrive looking to get the year off to the best possible start.

The tournament will begin on the 20th January and end on the 2nd February, with the men’s singles final.  Coming in to the 2020 Australian Open as the men’s singles champions is Novak Djokovic. The Serb won his 7th Australian Open title, making him the most successful male player in the history of the event by defeating Rafael Nadal in three sets.

Djokovic has reached three of the last five Australian Open finals and has won every time.  In fact, he has yet to reach the final and lose so should Djokovic make the final of the 2020 Australian Open, it would be a brave person to bet against him making it eight titles.

If Djokovic enters the tournament following a good 2019 and feeling fit, it will be tough to stop him and he is sure to be the bookmakers favourite.

You only have to drop one place in the list of all-time Australian Open winners to find the name of Roger Federer. The Swiss is level with Roy Emerson on six Australian Open titles and will be keen to move level with Djokovic towards the end of his career.

Federer won the Australian Open in 2018, making it back-to-back titles and only one other player outside him and Djokovic has won the men’s singles at Melbourne Park since 2010. As always, fitness and age will be raised when discussing the chances of Federer at the 2020 Australian Open but as long as he is in the field, he always has a chance.

Federer will be up there among the bookies favourites to win the 2020 Australian Open men’s singles.

The only player to come between Djokovic and Federer since 2010 is Stan Wawrinka. The Swiss won the 2014 Australian Open but has not been anywhere near his best at Grand Slam tournaments between Wimbledon 2017 and the 2019 Australian Open.

It would be a shock for Wawrinka to reach the final, let alone win the tournament and that is not going to change unless something drastic happens from the 2019 French Open onwards.

One man who will feel he has a great chance of winning the 2020 Australian Open is Rafael Nadal. The Spaniard reached the final in 2019 but has just the one success to his name, which came back in 2009. Since then, Nadal has reached the final four times only to lose on each occasion.

He will be hoping for a change in fortune should he reach the final in 2020 and should go far in the tournament.

Outside Djokovic, Nadal and Federer, the best bet appears to be Alexander Zverev of Germany, with the form of Stefanos Tsitsipas and Dominc Thiem also worth watching. However, we could easily witness another Djokovic vs Nadal final in the 2020 Australian Open men’s singles.


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