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US Open Tennis Tips and Predictions - Men's Tournament Preview

John
25 Aug 2022
John Eastwood 25 Aug 2022
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  • 2022 US Open Tennis preview and predictions
  • Daniil Medvedev and Nick Kyrgios tipped to go deep
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The US Open is the fourth and final grand slam event of the tennis season and will feature the world’s best players.

This tournament is more than historical and has provided us with many great moments to cherish and relish over the years.

This year’s field looks to be particularly open due to doubts over Novak Djokovic and Alexander Zverev’s participation.

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We look at some of the top contenders to win the 2022 US Open

Nick Kyrgios - Kyrgios is playing the best tennis of his career and there are not many players who can put up a challenge to him right now.

The Australian superstar relished a finals placement at Wimbledon and is fresh off an ATP 500 win in Washington.

There is a ton of conversation surrounding Kyrgios due to his refined attitude and passion towards the game of tennis. He has matured and is now realizing what he can actually do on the court when focused.

Kyrgios can win the US Open if he can stay healthy and remain on-task. There are very few players who can test his patience, but his real enemy is his own self.

Borna Coric - The Croatian mastermind has found himself as a seed in the US Open after one of the most improbable runs of matches in tennis history.

The former top twelve player is getting back into matches after a two-year break which saw his ranking drop down considerably.

After winning his biggest title to date in Cincinnati earlier this month, there is a fire around Borna at the moment and if he keeps serving well, he could cause problems for the rest of the draw.

Daniil Medvedev - Daniil Medvedev believes his best opportunities are within the next few weeks.

The current world number one has had a mediocre season for his standards and wants to make it all back at the US Open, where he won his first ever grand slam in 2020.

Medvedev must realise the level he’s currently at and elevate it for the best of five sets, but everyone in the draw knows he is a threat.

Look for him to take control of his fate and good deep with some vintage performances next week.