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Djokovic’s Upcoming Schedule

The Serbian sensation, Novak Djokovic, aims to veer ever closer towards Rafael Nadal’s 22 all-time Grand Slam winners record following on from his impressive showings at Wimbledon and recent spells of excellent performances in the Laver Cup, Tel Aviv Watergen Open and the Astana Open.

Novak Djokovic is on course to make history as he aims to become the all-time leading grand slam champion in the sport’s vast and prestigious history, with the recently retired Roger Federer now firmly in his sight.

Following on from Djokovic’s impressive victory in the final of Wimbledon earlier this summer against the cagey yet immensely talented fan favorite Aussie Nick Kyrgios, the Serb is now on course to attain even more impressive accolades to add to his near endless trophy cabinet.

Since his victory over Kyrgios earlier this summer, Djokovic has remained undefeated in the following events that he has competed in, with these including winnings in the team orientated Laver Cup, a 6-3 6-4 finals win over 13th ranked Marin Čilić in the Tel Aviv Watergen Open and finally a recent 6-3 6-4 showing over number five ranked Stefanos Tsitsipas to claim the Astana Open title.

In 2022 alone, the Serbian has claimed four singles titles with a record of 33-6, and a career total of 90 singles titles from 1,022 wins to 205 losses, leaving many to question on whether Djokovic can continue this impeccable play into the latter months of 2022 and the early tournament’s featured in 2023.

  • Rolex Paris Masters:

After claiming the Astana Open earlier this month, Djokovic will again take to the court within the tennis-mad city of Paris, France to compete in the Rolex Paris Masters which gets underway on Halloween (31st of October) through to the 6th of November.

This will be the final ATP Masters 1000 event of the ongoing tennis season with Djokovic also being the most coveted and prestigious winner in the event’s history with a record six championship titles.

In 2021, Djokovic claimed this record extending feat and will be raring to return to the hard surface in the small province of Bercy to claim an incredible seventh crown, he’s tipped to achieve it in the sports betting online and it would further solidify his status as the greatest tennis player on the planet today and will arguably keep him in the conversation for the greatest of all-time.

  • Nitto ATP Finals:

After a reign of dominance over the ATP Finals from 2012 through to 2015 as well as winning the event back in 2008, Djokovic has failed to claim an elusive sixth championship ever since his 6-3 6-4 win over arch rival Roger Federer back in 2015.

Djokovic has finished runner-up twice in the years since which featured a 6-3 6-4 loss to fellow rival Andy Murray the following  year and a 6-4 6-3 defeat to Alexander Zverev in 2018.

With the event now moving from London to the Italian city of Turin for the next few years, the Serbian will be raring to claim back one of the few crowns that have eluded him over the past few years.

The Nitto ATP Finals will take place on the 13th of November and conclude on the 20th of November with some of the world’s most elite players veering to lace up and face off on the hard surface, inside the comfort of the Pala Alpitour arena.

It will be a daunting task for Djokovic to reclaim the Masters Cup after what has been a difficult and vastly challenging spell in the year’s following his 2015 finals winning over Federer, but after his remarkable showings at Wimbledon and in the previously mentioned tournaments towards the conclusion of 2022, this is a tremendous opportunity for the Serb to reclaim a crown that has eluded him across the past number of seasons.

  • Australian Open:

The first Grand Slam tour of the new year features a trip to the outdoor, hard surface at Melbourne Park for the Australian Open, which of course is the competition that Djokovic holds the most individual Men’s singles titles in the tournament’s prosperous history.

With nine total titles, fans will begin to speculate on whether the Serb can claim that elusive tenth crown ahead of the event’s opening.

The Australian Open’s officially scheduled dates have yet to be confirmed by the sports’ governing bodies, but the overall hype surrounding the event’s fruition is palpable as tennis fans look to wager their bets as to who they believe will claim the Norman Brookes Challenge Cup with Djokovic ranked as the perennial favorite at +160 outright odds on the aforementioned BetUS sportsbook.

There is still a bulk of amazing tennis action to soon commence in the closing months of 2022 and the beginning of 2023 as fans will retain a wider glance of Djokovic’s game to bear witness to his remarkable play and efforts to dethrone Nadal’s all-time individual accolade honors.

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