2020 is setting up to be an energizing year on the ATP Tour. Obviously, the players in the ‘enormous three’ of Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer, and Novak Djokovic have contentions traversing long stretches of rivalry of the ATP Tour and at Grand Slams.
Be that as it may, as various players start to have more accomplishment on the ATP Tour, new contentions have begun to rise. These competitions might not have the historical backdrop of that between Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic, yet they will give some astounding matches when they definitely face each other this season.
Here we investigate what could be the absolute best competitions in male tennis in 2020.
Daniil Medvedev versus Stefanos Tsitsipas
This competition could be an energizing one. Both Daviil Medvedev and Stefanos Tsitsipas are capable players and both made a leap forward in 2019. Medvedev had a mind boggling hard-court season, coming full circle in a wonderful exertion in the US Open last against Nadal.
Tsitsipas had a stunning end to the season with his success at the ATP Finals in London. Their competition started at the Miami Masters occasion in 2018, their first gathering. Medvedev blew up when Tsitsipas didn’t apologize for some fortunate net shots and they kept on having words after the match had wrapped up.
From that point forward Tsitsipas has depicted the Russian’s down as ‘exhausting’. Thus, there is bounty for tennis fans to anticipate should they meet again this year. Medvedev presently drives the straight on 5-1, with Tsitsipas winning their last gathering, at the ATP Finals a year ago.
Denis Shapovalov versus Félix Auger-Aliassime
It’s protected to state that Canadian tennis is in safe hands right now. These youthful stars have sacks of potential and could have a contention that goes on for quite a long time to come.
Be that as it may, this competition depends on regard as they are acceptable companions. Regardless of this, they should give tennis fans some magnificent matches as their styles are very differentiating.
Denis Shapovalov has an exquisite style of play with a delightful solitary strike, though Félix Auger-Aliassime is all the more dominant and is solid off the two sides. They have played multiple times, twice at the US Open. Shapovalov won both of those, however Auger-Aliassime won on dirt in Madrid.
Ideally they will have the chance to play each other again this season to proceed with the contention.
Rafael Nadal versus Dominic Thiem
This is an intriguing competition since Dominic Thiem is presumably the main player on the planet, Djokovic associate, who can challenge Rafael Nadal on mud right now.
Thiem has just improved of Nadal in 2020, at the Australian Open, so it will be interesting to see their future matches.
Both hit the ball with staggering force, so their matches are continually engaging. Nadal drives the no holds barred 9-5 which incorporates the last two French Open finals. Thiem will be despirate to go one better this year.
Scratch Krygios versus Rafael Nadal
Their is a great deal of history between these two, chiefly coming from remarks made after Krygios beat Nadal at Acapulco in 2019.
Nadal blamed him for being ‘impolite’ with Krygios reacting by saying the Spaniard is ‘excessively salty’. The contention began in 2014 when a new confronted Krygios stunned Nadal by beating him at Wimbledon.
At whatever point they meet, it’s constantly a blockbuster with their most recent match being the same. Krygios pushed Nadal in four close sets at the Australian Open. Nadal drives the straight on 5-3, should they meet again this year, it’s ensured that each tennis fan will keep a close eye on them.
Dominic Thiem versus Daniil Medvedev
It’s astounding to imagine that these two players have just met multiple times previously. Both Daniil Medvedev and Dominic Thiem are, at this moment, the nearest to testing the ‘huge three’ at the Grand Slams.
They are a genuine risk to them, so it’s significant that they continue pushing one another. Thiem drives the no holds barred 2-1.
Ideally 2020 will see more matches between them to assist them with making the change from Grand Slam finalist to Grand Slam champion.
Stefanos Tsitsipas v Alexander Zverev
This is a contention that has some genuine long haul guarantee, in light of the fact that there as of now has all the earmarks of being a considerable amount of building hostility between two of the most splendid youthful stars on the ATP Tour.
Both consider themselves to be the debut Next Gen ability and both have the personalities to fuel some genuine apprehension. There is really tip top level mystique on the two sides of the contention as well, which isn’t generally the situation.