Prognósticos da 1ª fase do torneio apontam bons retornos
Terminada a fase de qualificação neste fim de semana, agora começa para valer o Rio Open. Os favoritos chegam ao Brasil e entram em quadra a partir desta segunda-feira e prometem retornos superiores a 20%, de acordo com dados do Bumbet.
Apparently, we went from 2016 to 2011 when the calendars turned over, as Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal are set to clash in a Grand Slam final for the first time in over half a decade. Over the past two weeks, tennis fans have been keeping their eyes on the Australian Open bracket and watching the once-dominant duo slowly inch toward another confrontation.
Now that we are finally here, just how has the rivalry between Federer and Nadal panned out over their legendary careers?
Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer both have a chance to make the final of the same Grand Slam and we’ve turned the clocks back to 2011, apparently. That’s the last time these guys met in the final of a slam but they’ve gotten back to the top of the totem pole as the ninth and 17th seeds instead of the first and second like they were back at that French Open finale.
What a wild ride this Australian Open has been so far. The top two seeds in the men’s draw – Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic – have both made early exits and old guys Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal are making relentless comeback bids. The quarterfinal round features plenty of excellent matchups but the best are world No. 3 Milos Raonic vs Nadal and world No. 4 Stan Wawrinka vs Frenchman Jo-Wilfried Tsonga.
Começou o Australian Open - o Aberto da Austrália e os principais favoritos começaram mostrando que vale a pena acreditar que farão boas campanhas no torneio. Dois deles até chegaram um pouco enferrujados, mas venceram mesmo assim.
Although he hasn’t fallen off the map entirely, Roger Federer is very obviously on a rapid decline. He hasn’t won a Grand Slam since 2012 and hasn’t made an appearance in a slam final since 2015. He’ll have his work cut out for him to make it out of a stacked quarter bracket at the Aussie Open and will have to be excellent in his next match against the fifth-seeded Kei Nishikori.
Sick of these January temperatures? Why not head down under to Aussie land to take in the first major tennis tournament of the season, where the temperatures are reported to have reached 83 degrees Fahrenheit. It’s been over four months since we last checked in so let’s get a lay of the land and see out who’s favored to win this thing before the Australian Open officially sees its first serve on Monday.
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