What to expect from the 2022 tennis season

What to expect from the 2022 tennis season

The season of great international tennis has already begun and at the Australian Open, the first Grand Slam of the game this year, Spaniard Rafael Nadal has won and is back to express himself at the level we have been accustomed to in the past. At the top of the ATP rankings, however, is still Serbia’s Novak Djokovic, whose leadership was blocked by Russian Medvedev for just one month. The Italians then continue to rise with Beretini who is permanently in the top 10 and Cinar who is experiencing a period of decline but who is working hard to return to the top 10 in the world.

Djokovic returns to No. 1, but Medvedev chases

It goes without saying that world number one Serbian Novak Djokovic of Serbia has dominated the ATP rankings for more than three years. Knoll is the only one of the Fab Three who has never complained of a physical problem in recent years, and it seems to be growing more and more, week by week, both physically and mentally. The only person who seems to be able to think about his leadership in the world rankings at the moment is Russian Medvedev who is effective on the pitch and is now aware that he can play with everyone on an equal footing. This 2022 is back to the high level of our Rafael Nadal who March 24, Also according to disagreements on tennis, Favorite again for the next Roland Garros victory: a tournament that allowed him to enter the history of the game forever. Majorkan will have to stay away from the field for at least a month due to his remedial injury in the last tournament in Indian Wells, but the feeling is that he will be able to show again. On his clay court. Instead, Roger Federer is away from the field, having struggled to recover from many knee injuries in recent years, but who is doing everything possible to get back in good shape ahead of the scheduled Wimbledon tournament this summer.

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Beretini and Cena want to surprise

The last decades have been nothing but easy for our tennis and the only person who has been able to raise the tricolor flag is Fabio Fognini. However, in the last two years, the music has changed and Azzurri fans are enjoying the performances of Matthew Beretini and Janic Sinar, the pioneers of our movement. Beretini, now just 25 years old, is now firmly one of the best tennis players in the world, growing steadily on every surface and fresh from the 2021 season where he was able to take home the Queen’s Tournament, the first Italian in history. To reach the final on Wimbledon’s London Grass and to participate in the Nitto ATP Final for the second time in his career. The Roman tennis player, however, is now accused of muscle discomfort which is affecting his performance and it is hoped that in the near future he will be able to fully reveal his full potential again. Jannik Sinner is also struggling with the 2001-born South Tyrolian who entered the ATP rankings for the first time in his career last year, but has yet to make a definite jump in terms of quality this year. A good place to start is to reach the quarter-finals of the Australian Open, but now look at how he will behave after a change of coach more than seven years later. The marriage between Janick and his coach Piatti ended at the very end of the Australian Open, and we are interested to see if this radical change will have the desired effect. The various Sonego and Musetti behind Beretini and Sinar are constantly growing but have not yet found the consistency of results needed to stay in the top 30 permanently.

The great international tennis season is getting ready to go live and we can’t wait to finally find out who will be able to finish the year in the first place. Djokovic remains a man to be reckoned with, but watch out for the return of Rafael Nadal and the growth of many new players like our Beretini and Cinar and Spaniard Alcaraz.

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