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Who will win the Grand Slams of 2021?

The four Grand Slams of the men’s tennis world are always watched closely. Even though they are still some way off, there are already discussions…

The four Grand Slams of the men’s tennis world are always watched closely.

Even though they are still some way off, there are already discussions swirling about who could walk away with each of the trophies.

Let’s take a closer look at who we might see predicted to come out on top at each tournament.

Australian Open

The outright favourite to walk away with the Australian Open’s trophy is still Novak Djokovic.

He won the title in both 2019 and 2020, bringing his totals of wins for this one tournament up to a record eight.

He is in the perfect position to make it a 9th overall win with a hattrick of trophies.

Other contenders include Rafael Nadal, Dominic Thiem, and Alexander Zverev.

All three have worked hard to stay in the top ranks at this particular tournament.

While they might not make it to the top with Djokovic playing, they might still be able to make the last few games incredibly interesting.

 

Wimbledon

The Grand Slams’ only grass tournament is eagerly anticipated each summer.

This tournament will bring forth Nadal and Djokovic, looking to add to their titles here, but it will also most likely bring out a great return from Roger Federer and Andy Murray.

All four of these living tennis legends have done exceptionally well at Wimbledon, and the past decade has often seen at least one of them reach the finals.

With them plus some newcomers all hungry for a title at the most prestigious of Grand Slam courts, there is going to be some fierce competition here.

 

French Open

Rafael Nadal

Next up will be the French Open. Here, Nadal is tipped to be the winner.

He has walked away with the cup an incredible 13 times and has also been the undefeated champion for the last four years.

However, his path to victory will most likely see him face either Djokovic or Thiem.

By keeping a close eye on the odds on tennis matches such as these, players might be able to gain a little insight into what they could expect from such a meeting between these giants of the sport.

Diego Schwartzman is another player who might be able to offer some serious competition here.

He has beaten both Nadal and Thiem on clay in recent years.

A meeting between any of them will likely result in a world-class display of tennis.

 

US Open

Last, but certainly not least, is the US Open.

It is also one of the most unpredictable competitions on the tennis calendar and it could very much be anyone’s games.

Djokovic, Nadal, and Thiem are all going to be great contenders for the title here.

However, we could see some upsets coming from Zverev and Daniil Medvedev.

Both have performed well in previous years, particularly against Theim though he has snatched wins from both of them.

With a fire burning under them, particularly depending on the outcome of the other Opens, we might see some major upsets here.

If you want to see tennis played at its absolute best, then you always need to tune into a Grand Slams tournament.

Each one has such a different vibe and mentality, and it can be great to see how players adapt and change even as they progress through a single tournament.

You could even end up following just the one Grand Slam from start to finish.

No matter what, these games are going to offer you the chance to view tennis as it absolutely should be played – by some of the best in the world.

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