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2022 Australian Open %E2%80%93 Men's Singles

Men's singles
2022 Australian Open
ChampionSpain Rafael Nadal
Runner-upRussia Daniil Medvedev
Final score2-6, 6-7(5-7), 6-4, 6-4, 7-5
Details
Draw128 (16 Q / 8 WC)
Seeds32
Events
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Rafael Nadal defeated Daniil Medvedev in the final, 2-6, 6-7(5-7), 6-4, 6-4, 7-5 to win the men's singles tennis title at the 2022 Australian Open.[1] It was his second Australian Open title and 21st major singles title overall, surpassing the all-time record he had jointly held with Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic.[2] Nadal became the fourth man, after Roy Emerson, Rod Laver, and Djokovic, to achieve the double career Grand Slam, and the second in the Open Era, after Djokovic.[3] He also became the first man in the Open Era to win an Australian Open final after losing the first two sets.[4][5] This marked the third consecutive year a man trailed by two sets in a major final yet rallied to win, following Djokovic's victory at the 2021 French Open and Dominic Thiem's victory at the 2020 US Open.

Djokovic was the three-time reigning champion,[6] but did not compete after his visa was cancelled shortly before the tournament began due to an intervention from Australia's Immigration Minister Alex Hawke, citing risks to public health and good order in Australia.[7][8] This meant Nadal was the only former champion (2009) to compete in the tournament, with both Federer and Stan Wawrinka sidelined by injury. Djokovic retained the ATP No. 1 singles ranking despite being unable to defend his points after Medvedev and Alexander Zverev lost in the final and fourth round, respectively.[9]

Matteo Berrettini became the first man born in the 1990s to reach the quarterfinals at all four majors in singles,[10] and the first Italian man to reach the semifinals of the Australian Open.[11]

Seeds

01.   Serbia Novak Djokovic (unable to compete due to visa cancellation)
02.   Russia Daniil Medvedev (final)
03.   Germany Alexander Zverev (fourth round)
04.   Greece Stefanos Tsitsipas (semifinals)
05.   Russia Andrey Rublev (third round)
06.   Spain Rafael Nadal (champion)
07.   Italy Matteo Berrettini (semifinals)
08.   Norway Casper Ruud (withdrew due to ankle injury)
09.   Canada Félix Auger-Aliassime (quarterfinals)
10.   Poland Hubert Hurkacz (second round)
11.   Italy Jannik Sinner (quarterfinals)
12.   United Kingdom Cameron Norrie (first round)
13.   Argentina Diego Schwartzman (second round)
14.   Canada Denis Shapovalov (quarterfinals)
15.   Spain Roberto Bautista Agut (third round)
16.   Chile Cristian Garín (third round)
17.   France Gaël Monfils (quarterfinals)
18.   Russia Aslan Karatsev (third round)
19.   Spain Pablo Carreño Busta (fourth round)
20.   United States Taylor Fritz (fourth round)
21.   Georgia (country) Nikoloz Basilashvili (first round)
22.   United States John Isner (first round)
23.   United States Reilly Opelka (third round)
24.   United Kingdom Dan Evans (third round)
25.   Italy Lorenzo Sonego (third round)
26.   Bulgaria Grigor Dimitrov (second round)
27.   Croatia Marin ?ili? (fourth round)
28.   Russia Karen Khachanov (third round)
29.   France Ugo Humbert (first round)
30.   South Africa Lloyd Harris (first round)
31.   Spain Carlos Alcaraz (third round)
32.   Australia Alex de Minaur (fourth round)

Click on the seed number of a player to go to their draw section.

Draw

Key

Finals

Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
                     
17 France Gaël Monfils 4 4 6 6 2
7 Italy Matteo Berrettini 6 6 3 3 6
7 Italy Matteo Berrettini 3 2 6 3
6 Spain Rafael Nadal 6 6 3 6
14 Canada Denis Shapovalov 3 4 6 6 3
6 Spain Rafael Nadal 6 6 4 3 6
6 Spain Rafael Nadal 2 65 6 6 7
2 Russia Daniil Medvedev 6 77 4 4 5
11 Italy Jannik Sinner 3 4 2
4 Greece Stefanos Tsitsipas 6 6 6
4 Greece Stefanos Tsitsipas 65 6 4 1
2 Russia Daniil Medvedev 77 4 6 6
9 Canada Félix Auger-Aliassime 77 6 62 5 4
2 Russia Daniil Medvedev 64 3 77 7 6

Top half

Section 1

First round Second round Third round Fourth round
LL Italy S Caruso 4 2 1
Serbia M Kecmanovi? 6 6 6 Serbia M Kecmanovi? 79 7 710
Q Kazakhstan M Kukushkin 3 4 2 United States T Paul 67 5 68
United States T Paul 6 6 6 Serbia M Kecmanovi? 6 68 6 7
Germany O Otte 6 6 6 25 Italy L Sonego 4 710 2 5
WC Chinese Taipei C-h Tseng 4 3 2 Germany O Otte 6 2 3 1
United States S Querrey 5 3 3 25 Italy L Sonego 2 6 6 6
25 Italy L Sonego 7 6 6 Serbia M Kecmanovi? 5 64 3
17 France G Monfils 6 6 6 17 France G Monfils 7 77 6
Argentina F Coria 1 1 3 17 France G Monfils 6 6 6
Kazakhstan A Bublik 3 77 6 6 Kazakhstan A Bublik 1 0 4
LL United States E Escobedo 6 65 3 3 17 France G Monfils 77 6 6
Argentina F Delbonis 615 6 4 2 16 Chile C Garín 64 1 3
Spain P Martínez 717 3 6 6 Spain P Martínez 77 64 6 2 2
Argentina F Bagnis 3 4 7 77 3 16 Chile C Garín 61 77 2 6 6
16 Chile C Garín 6 6 5 64 6

Section 2

First round Second round Third round Fourth round
12 United Kingdom C Norrie 3 0 4
United States S Korda 6 6 6 United States S Korda 3 6 62 7 710
France C Moutet 3 6 6 6 France C Moutet 6 4 77 5 66
WC France L Pouille 6 3 4 3 United States S Korda 4 5 78 3
Netherlands T Griekspoor 6 6 6 19 Spain P Carreño Busta 6 7 66 6
Italy F Fognini 1 4 4 Netherlands T Griekspoor 3 78 63 6 4
Q Argentina TM Etcheverry 1 2 62 19 Spain P Carreño Busta 6 66 77 3 6
19 Spain P Carreño Busta 6 6 77 19 Spain P Carreño Busta 5 64 4
31 Spain C Alcaraz 6 6 6 7 Italy M Berrettini 7 77 6
Q Chile A Tabilo 2 2 3 31 Spain C Alcaraz 6 6 7
Hungary M Fucsovics 3 6 1 78 1 Serbia D Lajovi? 2 1 5
Serbia D Lajovi? 6 4 6 66 6 31 Spain C Alcaraz 2 63 6 6 65
WC United States S Kozlov 7 6 6 7 Italy M Berrettini 6 77 4 2 710
Czech Republic J Veselý 5 3 4 WC United States S Kozlov 1 6 4 1
United States B Nakashima 6 2 65 3 7 Italy M Berrettini 6 4 6 6
7 Italy M Berrettini 4 6 77 6

Section 3

First round Second round Third round Fourth round
3 Germany A Zverev 77 6 77
Germany D Altmaier 63 1 61 3 Germany A Zverev 6 6 6
Spain F López 1 3 6 5 Australia J Millman 4 4 0
Australia J Millman 6 6 4 7 3 Germany A Zverev 6 6 6
Q Moldova R Albot 6 6 4 6 Q Moldova R Albot 3 4 4
Japan Y Nishioka 3 4 6 2 Q Moldova R Albot 6 77 6
WC Australia A Vukic 4 6 7 77 WC Australia A Vukic 4 64 4
30 South Africa L Harris 6 3 5 63 3 Germany A Zverev 3 65 3
23 United States R Opelka 6 6 77 14 Canada D Shapovalov 6 77 6
South Africa K Anderson 3 4 63 23 United States R Opelka 6 6 77
Germany D Koepfer 6 3 6 6 Germany D Koepfer 4 3 64
Spain C Taberner 1 6 4 1 23 United States R Opelka 64 6 3 4
Denmark H Rune 6 4 6 3 2 14 Canada D Shapovalov 77 4 6 6
South Korea S-w Kwon 3 6 3 6 6 South Korea S-w Kwon 66 77 78 5 2
Serbia L ?ere 63 4 6 63 14 Canada D Shapovalov 78 63 66 7 6
14 Canada D Shapovalov 77 6 3 77

Section 4

First round Second round Third round Fourth round
10 Poland H Hurkacz 6 77 65 6
Belarus E Gerasimov 2 63 77 3 10 Poland H Hurkacz 4 2 3
Australia J Duckworth 4 6 6 2 1 France A Mannarino 6 6 6
France A Mannarino 6 2 3 6 6 France A Mannarino 77 64 7 6
Q Serbia N Milojevi? 7 4 3 2 18 Russia A Karatsev 64 77 5 4
United States M McDonald 5 6 6 6 United States M McDonald 6 2 2 3
Spain J Munar 6 61 77 4 4 18 Russia A Karatsev 3 6 6 6
18 Russia A Karatsev 3 77 63 6 6 France A Mannarino 614 2 2
28 Russia K Khachanov 3 6 6 77 6 Spain R Nadal 716 6 6
United States D Kudla 6 3 2 62 28 Russia K Khachanov 6 6 7
France B Bonzi 6 6 6 France B Bonzi 4 0 5
Germany P Gojowczyk 3 3 3 28 Russia K Khachanov 3 2 6 1
Q Germany Y Hanfmann 6 6 6 6 Spain R Nadal 6 6 3 6
WC Australia T Kokkinakis 2 3 2 Q Germany Y Hanfmann 2 3 4
United States M Giron 1 4 2 6 Spain R Nadal 6 6 6
6 Spain R Nadal 6 6 6

Bottom half

Section 5

First round Second round Third round Fourth round
LL Russia R Safiullin 3 69 7 66
Slovakia A Mol?an 6 711 5 78 Slovakia A Mol?an 4 66 6 1
LL Bosnia and Herzegovina D D?umhur 1 5 1 Spain P Andújar 6 78 0 6
Spain P Andújar 6 7 6 Spain P Andújar 4 4 2
Italy A Seppi 1 1 5 32 Australia A de Minaur 6 6 6
Poland K Majchrzak 6 6 7 Poland K Majchrzak 4 4 2
Italy L Musetti 6 3 0 3 32 Australia A de Minaur 6 6 6
32 Australia A de Minaur 3 6 6 6 32 Australia A de Minaur 63 3 4
21 Georgia (country) N Basilashvili 1 6 4 77 4 11 Italy J Sinner 77 6 6
WC United Kingdom A Murray 6 3 6 65 6 WC United Kingdom A Murray 4 4 4
Q Japan T Daniel 77 6 6 Q Japan T Daniel 6 6 6
Q Chile T Barrios Vera 65 1 1 Q Japan T Daniel 4 6 3 1
United States S Johnson 77 66 4 6 6 11 Italy J Sinner 6 1 6 6
Australia J Thompson 65 78 6 3 3 United States S Johnson 2 4 3
LL Portugal J Sousa 4 5 1 11 Italy J Sinner 6 6 6
11 Italy J Sinner 6 7 6

Section 6

First round Second round Third round Fourth round
15 Spain R Bautista Agut 77 6 5 6
Italy S Travaglia 62 4 7 1 15 Spain R Bautista Agut 6 6 6
Germany P Kohlschreiber 6 7 77 Germany P Kohlschreiber 1 0 3
Italy M Cecchinato 4 5 60 15 Spain R Bautista Agut 0 6 6 4 3
United States F Tiafoe 3 6 6 3 6 20 United States T Fritz 6 3 3 6 6
Q Argentina M Trungelliti 6 4 2 6 3 United States F Tiafoe 4 3 65
Q Germany M Marterer 68 3 2 20 United States T Fritz 6 6 77
20 United States T Fritz 710 6 6 20 United States T Fritz 6 4 6 3 4
26 Bulgaria G Dimitrov 6 4 6 7 4 Greece S Tsitsipas 4 6 4 6 6
Q Czech Republic J Lehe?ka 4 6 3 5 26 Bulgaria G Dimitrov 4 4 77 62
France B Paire 6 3 7 2 7 France B Paire 6 6 64 77
Brazil T Monteiro 4 6 5 6 5 France B Paire 3 5 77 4
Argentina S Báez 6 4 6 1 6 4 Greece S Tsitsipas 6 7 62 6
Spain A Ramos Viñolas 4 6 3 6 2 Argentina S Báez 61 77 3 4
Sweden M Ymer 2 4 3 4 Greece S Tsitsipas 77 65 6 6
4 Greece S Tsitsipas 6 6 6

Section 7

First round Second round Third round Fourth round
5 Russia A Rublev 6 6 6
Italy G Mager 3 2 2 5 Russia A Rublev 6 6 6
Spain R Carballés Baena 1 6 6 3 4 Lithuania R Berankis 4 2 0
Lithuania R Berankis 6 3 2 6 6 5 Russia A Rublev 5 63 6 3
Q Kazakhstan T Skatov 3 2 6 4 27 Croatia M ?ili? 7 77 3 6
Q Slovakia N Gombos 6 6 1 6 Q Slovakia N Gombos 2 3 6 66
Q Ecuador E Gómez 3 1 2 27 Croatia M ?ili? 6 6 3 78
27 Croatia M ?ili? 6 6 6 27 Croatia M ?ili? 6 67 2 64
24 United Kingdom D Evans 6 6 6 9 Canada F Auger-Aliassime 2 79 6 77
Belgium D Goffin 4 3 0 24 United Kingdom D Evans w/o
Australia A Popyrin 5 6 2 6 3 France A Rinderknech
France A Rinderknech 7 4 6 3 6 24 United Kingdom D Evans 4 1 1
Spain A Davidovich Fokina 6 6 6 9 Canada F Auger-Aliassime 6 6 6
WC Australia A Bolt 3 3 4 Spain A Davidovich Fokina 64 77 65 64
Finland E Ruusuvuori 4 6 6 3 4 9 Canada F Auger-Aliassime 77 64 77 77
9 Canada F Auger-Aliassime 6 0 3 6 6

Section 8

First round Second round Third round Fourth round
13 Argentina D Schwartzman 6 6 7
Serbia F Krajinovi? 3 4 5 13 Argentina D Schwartzman 66 4 4
WC Australia C O'Connell 77 6 4 6 WC Australia C O'Connell 78 6 6
France H Gaston 64 0 6 1 WC Australia C O'Connell 2 78 3 2
Q Czech Republic T Machá? 6 2 6 6 United States M Cressy 6 66 6 6
Argentina JM Cerúndolo 3 6 4 2 Q Czech Republic T Machá? 1 6 1 65
United States M Cressy 77 7 64 64 6 United States M Cressy 6 3 6 77
22 United States J Isner 62 5 77 77 4 United States M Cressy 2 64 77 5
29 France U Humbert 6 64 63 3 2 Russia D Medvedev 6 77 64 7
France R Gasquet 3 77 77 6 France R Gasquet 6 0 0r
Netherlands B van de Zandschulp 6 6 6 Netherlands B van de Zandschulp 4 6 4
Germany J-L Struff 4 3 2 Netherlands B van de Zandschulp 4 4 2
Q United Kingdom L Broady 4 4 3 2 Russia D Medvedev 6 6 6
Australia N Kyrgios 6 6 6 Australia N Kyrgios 61 4 6 2
Switzerland H Laaksonen 1 4 63 2 Russia D Medvedev 77 6 4 6
2 Russia D Medvedev 6 6 77

Seeded players

The following are the seeded players. Seedings are based on ATP rankings as of 10 January 2022. Rank and points before are as of 17 January 2022.

As a result of pandemic-related adjustments to the ranking system and changes to the ATP Tour calendar in 2020 and 2021, ranking points after the tournament (as of 31 January 2022) were calculated as follows:

  • Players who were defending points from the 2020 tournament (i.e. players whose 2020 results exceeded or were equal to their 2021 results) had their 2020 points replaced by points from the 2022 tournament; as of 31 January 2022, these players could also count their 2021 points towards their ranking if the 2021 points exceeded their 19th best result (in other words, points from the 2021 and 2022 tournaments could be counted simultaneously instead of under the previous "better of" system)
  • Players who were defending points from the 2021 tournament (i.e. players whose 2021 points exceeded their 2020 points) had their 19th best result replaced by their points from the 2022 tournament; these players continued to count their 2021 points alongside their 2022 points at the end of the tournament because the 2021 tournament was delayed by three weeks compared to the normal schedule and the "better of" logic for calculating ATP ranking points had been discontinued
  • All players who have points from the 2021 tournament still counting towards their ranking on 31 January 2022 will have those points dropped on 21 February 2022 (52 weeks after the 2021 tournament) and replaced by their next best result[12]

Note that this is a different ranking adjustment system than the one being used by the WTA for the women's event.

Seed Rank Player Points before 2020 points
(and/or 19th best result)
Points won Points after Status
1 1 Serbia Novak Djokovic 11,015 2,000+0 0+2,000 11,015+
2 2 Russia Daniil Medvedev 8,935 (10) 1,200 10,125 Final lost to Spain Rafael Nadal [6]
3 3 Germany Alexander Zverev 7,970 720+10 180+360 7,780+ Fourth round lost to Canada Denis Shapovalov [14]
4 4 Greece Stefanos Tsitsipas 6,540 (90) 720 7,170 Semifinals lost to Russia Daniil Medvedev [2]
5 6 Russia Andrey Rublev 4,785 (45) 90 4,830 Third round lost to Croatia Marin ?ili? [27]
6 5 Spain Rafael Nadal 4,875 (0) 2,000 6,875 Champion, defeated Russia Daniil Medvedev [2]
7 7 Italy Matteo Berrettini 4,568 (10) 720 5,278 Semifinals lost to Spain Rafael Nadal [6]
8 8 Norway Casper Ruud 4,155 (90) 0 4,065 Withdrew due to ankle injury
9 9 Canada Félix Auger-Aliassime 3,608 (45) 360 3,923 Quarterfinals lost to Russia Daniil Medvedev [2]
10 11 Poland Hubert Hurkacz 3,336 45 45 3,336 Second round lost to France Adrian Mannarino
11 10 Italy Jannik Sinner 3,390 45 360 3,705 Quarterfinals lost to Greece Stefanos Tsitsipas [4]
12 12 United Kingdom Cameron Norrie 2,900 (45) 10 2,865 First round lost to United States Sebastian Korda
13 13 Argentina Diego Schwartzman 2,730 180+45 45+90 2,640+ Second round lost to Australia Christopher O'Connell [WC]
14 14 Canada Denis Shapovalov 2,593 (23) 360 2,930 Quarterfinals lost to Spain Rafael Nadal [6]
15 18 Spain Roberto Bautista Agut 2,385 90 90 2,385 Third round lost to United States Taylor Fritz [20]
16 19 Chile Cristian Garín 2,375 45 90 2,420 Third round lost to France Gaël Monfils [17]
17 20 France Gaël Monfils 2,373 180 360 2,553 Quarterfinals lost to Italy Matteo Berrettini [7]
18 15 Russia Aslan Karatsev 2,553 (10) 90 2,633 Third round lost to France Adrian Mannarino
19 21 Spain Pablo Carreño Busta 2,305 90+10 180+90 2,475+ Fourth round lost to Italy Matteo Berrettini [7]
20 22 United States Taylor Fritz 2,175 90+45 180+90 2,310+ Fourth round lost to Greece Stefanos Tsitsipas [4]
21 23 Georgia (country) Nikoloz Basilashvili 2,051 45 10 2,016 First round lost to United Kingdom Andy Murray [WC]
22 25 United States John Isner 1,881 90 10 1,801 First round lost to United States Maxime Cressy
23 29 United States Reilly Opelka 1,776 (0) 90 1,866 Third round lost to Canada Denis Shapovalov [14]
24 24 United Kingdom Dan Evans 1,957 45 90 2,002 Third round lost to Canada Félix Auger-Aliassime [9]
25 26 Italy Lorenzo Sonego 1,860 (13) 90 1,937 Third round lost to Serbia Miomir Kecmanovi?
26 28 Bulgaria Grigor Dimitrov 1,821 90+10 45+90 1,856+ Second round lost to France Benoît Paire
27 27 Croatia Marin ?ili? 1,840 180 180 1,840 Fourth round lost to Canada Félix Auger-Aliassime [9]
28 30 Russia Karen Khachanov 1,748 90+23 90+90 1,815+ Third round lost to Spain Rafael Nadal [6]
29 40 France Ugo Humbert 1,318 (10) 10 1,318 First round lost to France Richard Gasquet
30 33 South Africa Lloyd Harris 1,473 (6) 10 1,477 First round lost to Australia Aleksandar Vukic [WC]
31 31 Spain Carlos Alcaraz 1,609 (10)§ 90 1,689 Third round lost to Italy Matteo Berrettini [7]
32 42 Australia Alex de Minaur 1,316 (10) 180 1,486 Fourth round lost to Italy Jannik Sinner [11]

+ The player's 2020 points were replaced by his 2022 points, and his 19th best result was replaced by his 2021 points. The 2021 points will be dropped three weeks after the end of the 2022 tournament.
§ The player was defending points from a 2020 ITF tournament.

Withdrawn players

The following players would have been seeded, but withdrew before the tournament began.

Rank Player Points before 2020 points 2021 points Points lost Points after Withdrawal reason
16 Austria Dominic Thiem 2,410 1,200 180 1,020 1,390+ Wrist injury
17 Switzerland Roger Federer 2,385 720 0 720 1,665 Right knee surgery

Djokovic visa controversy

Djokovic lost his ability to compete when his visa to enter Australia was cancelled. Despite being granted a medical exemption to the tournament's COVID-19 vaccine requirement by Tennis Australia,[13][14] the Australian Border Force confirmed that after being detained at Melbourne Airport for eight hours, Djokovic's visa had been cancelled and he would be denied entry to the country due to not meeting exemption criteria to Australia's vaccination requirements.[15][16] Djokovic sought an injunction to prevent his deportation.[17][18] The Federal Circuit and Family Court ruled in favour of Djokovic, ordered his release from detention and directed the federal government to pay his legal expenses.[19] On 14 January Minister for Immigration Alex Hawke used his discretionary power to cancel Djokovic's visa on health and good order grounds.[7] Djokovic sought a judicial review against deportation, but three Federal Court of Australia judges unanimously rejected the review on 16 January, preventing him from defending his title.[20]

Other entry information

Wildcards

Source:[21]

Qualifiers

Lucky losers

Withdrawals

See also

Explanatory notes

  1. ^ Last direct acceptance

References

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