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US Open Preview:
Unlikely 2021 winner Daniil Medvedev will look to defend his US Open title against a very strong field of competitors. Unfortunately, the field will not include Wimbledon Champion & 21 time Grand Slam Champion Novak Djokovic due to Vaccine travel requirements in the United States.
No player outside of the Big 3 (Federer, Nadal, & Djokovic) have successfully defended their Grand Slam title in the past 20 years, and much like my inability to defend my 2021 PickleBall Club Championship Title, I see that trend continuing this year with Medvedev.
So, who will take the title? Well, if the US Open trophy was a hot girl at a bar on a Friday Night, there are about 3-4 guys with a real chance and another 5ish who think they have a chance but in reality they won’t have the balls to talk to the hot girl and will crash out before the Quarter-finals.
With that being said, the guys with a real chance are Nadal, Alcaraz, Kyrgios, & Tsitsipas. All of them have had their ups and downs in 2022, but are excellent hard court players and have the physical and mental games to hoist the US Open trophy after 2 grueling weeks in the Big Apple.
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