Wimbledon Men’s Singles Championships in 2022

At the 2022 Wimbledon Championships, three-time defending champion Novak Djokovic triumphed over Nick Kyrgios, 4-6, 6-3, 6-4, 7-6(7-3), to claim the men’s singles tennis crown. The victory marked Djokovic’s seventh Wimbledon triumph and 21st major singles title overall. He also became the fifth Open Era player, winning at least four consecutive majors in a row. By making it to his 32nd men’s singles major final, he broke the record he had previously shared with Roger Federer. With his victory over Kwon Soon-woo in the first round. Djokovic also made history by becoming the first person (male or female) to win 80 matches across all four major tournaments. However, because the tournament did not award ranking points due to its ban on Russian and Belarusian players. Djokovic fell out of the top five in the ATP rankings after the event.

Since Jo-Wilfried Tsonga at the 2008 Australian Open. Kyrgios is the first unseeded Australian male to have advanced to a major final. Since Lleyton Hewitt at the 2005 Australian Open. Kyrgios is also the first Australian to have advanced to a Wimbledon final.

Due to a torn abdominal muscle, Rafael Nadal withdrew from Wimbledon before his scheduled semifinal match against Kyrgios. Attempting to complete the first three components of a Grand Slam. This was the first time a man withdrew from Wimbledon before a semifinal or final since Frank Shields in 1931. Cameron Norrie became the fourth British man in the Open Era (after Roger Taylor, Tim Henman, and Andy Murray) to reach the semifinals.

When the score reached six games, all in the fifth set. This was the first Wimbledon edition to have a champions tie-break (10-point tie-break). It was also the third Wimbledon edition to feature a final set tie-break. Alejandro Davidovich Fokina defeated Hubert Hurkacz in the opening round of Wimbledon’s initial main-draw 10-point tie-break. The first major since the 1999 Australian Open was also the first Wimbledon since the ATP rankings were introduced in 1973.

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Where the current world Nos. 1 and 2 (Alexander Zverev and Daniil Medvedev, respectively) did not participate due to Medvedev’s Russian citizenship and Zverev’s ankle injury. This was the first Wimbledon since 1998 in which Roger Federer, the tournament’s record-setting eight-time champion, was absent. Feliciano Lopez played in his 81st main-draw major, tying Roger Federer’s record. In his third-round match against Jannik Sinner. John Isner beat Ivo Karlovic’s record of 13,728 career aces on the ATP Tour.