World No. 1 Novak Djokovic was hoping to break the tie between Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal for the most career Grand Slam singles titles. And also secure his 21st win by the victory at the Australian Open for a fourth consecutive time. The long and drawn-out battle involving the 34-year-old Serbian ended with an end on Sunday. When three judges affirmed the Australian Immigration minister’s choice to revoke Djokovic’s. Permit on public-interest reasons. b=Because he’s not being vaccinated for COVID-19. Check Australian Open 2022 Top 10 Best odds List.
They also exiled the top player. With Djokovic out of the mix, Daniil Medvedev has a greater chance of claiming the second consecutive grand slam. When he plays during the 2022 Australian Open, which begins on Monday in Melbourne Park.
A surprise: Calvert is not picking Nadal despite Nadal being 35 years old and the Spaniard is among the top contenders at +550. Nadal made his debut during the semifinals at the Australian Open in 2009 and beat Federer during a 5 set contest that was deemed to be among the most impressive ever played in the history of the tournament. But, he’s only made four more appearances, and lost each time, most recently in the year 2019 when he played Djokovic.
Many questions are surrounding Nadal about his health. An injury to his foot slowed Nadal for a good part of 2021 and forced Nadal to put an end to his tennis season in late August, a few days before it was time for the U.S. Open. He took part in an exhibition event referred to by the name of Mubadala World Tennis Championship in Abu Dhabi last month but was positive for COVID-19 upon returning to the United States, which left his participation in this year’s Australian Open up in the open.
Nadal returned on the courts earlier in the month and clinched his record-breaking 89th ATP title when he won his first title in the Melbourne Summer Set. But, it wasn’t an easy task for him because he was required to beat a tiebreaker in the opening set of the final and it’s likely that he won’t be able to win the record-breaking 21st Grand Slam singles title.
Calvert has nailed down his top bets and includes two long shots that could yield significant gains. He’s particularly keen on one tennis player who “fits the profile to deliver the kind of performances that we saw at the hands of Stan Wawrinka here all those years ago, back when the tournament was won by him with a +6000 odds.” You must read his analysis and picks before taking the 2022 Australian Open bets.