Tennis Tips and Predictions: Wimbledon 2022 Men's Final Preview

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After a long two weeks of intense matches, the Wimbledon Finals (Men’s side) are finally set in stone.

Two of the tennis world’s best players are lined up to make history this Sunday at the Championships.

Grass is a surface that bodes well for both Novak Djokovic and Nick Kyrgios which means fireworks are to be expected this Sunday.

Both players have gotten here for a reason and even through things like injuries and walkovers, the ship remains the course. Will an extra day’s rest for Kyrgios come in the clutch?

Or will Novak Djokovic win his 21st slam title? There are endless possibilities on center court this Sunday which makes the match all that much more entertaining.

The stakes are high, and this is a rivalry that no one expected to see in a slam final for the past few years.

Grab your popcorn and take your seats because we have an absolute cracker on our hands! has the best Wimbledon odds and promos in the game, so take your shot now at the last stage of the tournament.


Novak Djokovic is heading into another one of his many grand slam finals, this time on the grass.

2022 has been a turbulent year for the Serb to say the least and he has had to recover and find himself in order to play this level of tennis once again.

Having multiple bouts with COVID as well as injury setbacks, Novak has done insanely well to get back to his level in 2021.

The tennis gods have rewarded him with another opportunity to catch up with the grand slam record and he is now faced with number 21 in his sights.

Although he has not looked flawless like he normally does, Novak is coming into the final with experience and mental fortitude at the moment.

He needs to find his service and make sure that returns are coming off from a deep position.

His play so far this tournament has reflected shades of his grass dominance but in the final he will want to turn it up a notch to defeat a man he has never beaten before.

Taking all factors into consideration, Novak knows he has all the tools to beat Kyrgios as long as he focuses on the prize.

Nick Kyrgios is into his first Grand Slam final after Rafael Nadal had to withdraw due to an abdominal injury.

Some may call it lucky, but Kyrgios has been exerting a huge effort throughout these past two weeks and many expected him to beat Nadal anyways.

The big-serving Aussie will feel confident that the surface is grass and throw down some big shots when needed.

For the first time in his career his focus seems to be the game of tennis and the outside distractions are not playing a huge factor.

The keys for Kyrgios in this particular match include: first service, the forehand down the line and drop shots.

If Kyrgios remains mentally stable and level-headed throughout these five sets anything can happen.

Prediction - Novak Djokovic wins a tight one to list his 21st grand slam title.