Tennis Tips & Predictions: ATP Adelaide

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The first ATP 250 event kicks off the tennis season in Adelaide, Australia!

Previewing the Australian swing, we have many of the top players in the world heading over to the land down under to take advantage of some great tournaments before the Grand Slam season.

Adelaide has been a historic place for tennis tournaments in past years, and this year it will house two tournaments as precursors towards the Australian Open.

This iteration of the tournament will have many top players attending, of the likes including Novak Djokovic.

One of the greatest of all time, the Serbian now has an opportunity to play in Australia.

After a hiatus from the Aussie tennis world, he will look to reclaim his dominant throne.

This 250 will be one of the most heavily watched of the year, so make sure to get your bets in on!

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Players to Watch For

#1 Seed - Novak Djokovic

Wow, what a 2023 Novak Djokovic could be in store for.

One of a few men to win 20+ grand slams, he is on pace for the GOAT title if he continues to win.

The world’s most athletic man, his ability to wear down opponents and make them tap out to his mercy is unbelievable.

His history with the Australian hard courts is a love story, to say the least.

He is capable of manipulating every game on these Aussie courts to his advantage.

Whether it’s 120 degrees or super fast conditions, he has the upper hand.

Novak’s return is something special, his presence in the AO last year was dearly missed.

Many people don’t believe that you “actually” win a tournament unless you are able to beat Novak Djokovic.

In his latter half of his 30’s Novak is still the one to beat at all and any major events.

Make sure you keep an eye out for Novak’s dominance in the whole month of January.

Is 2023 his year? - Daniil Medvedev

Daniil Medvedev got his 2022 off on the wrong foot after choking two sets to love lead on Rafael Nadal in the Melbourne final.

What could’ve been the absolute jetpack catalyst to the rest of his legacy, Medvedev now turns to a new season in order to do damage.

One of the most consistent hard-court players the world has ever seen, the 6 foot-plus tall Russian is a favourite in so many different hard court tournaments.

He will look to get momentum going in Adelaide, hopefully right in time for the AO.

Returning to the Action - Jannik Sinner

Italian star Jannik Sinner returns to the tennis courts after a tragic injury that cut his season short just a few months back.

The US Open semi-finalist possesses a huge game and was on the brink of his first finals appearance, after losing in five sets to eventual champion, Carlos Alcaraz.

Especially on hard courts, Sinner should feel confident in his abilities.

Making a match against anyone in this tournament is very doable, and he will have some chances to make his relevancy once again in the tennis world.