First quadrant analysis
There will be hardly anything new under the Australian sun this time. The opening Grand Slam won't bring us any astonishing revelations. Novak Djokovic is an undisputable favorite to the title and only some unpredictable circumstances may prevent the Serbian to stay aside from the main trophy. But let's be honest. This time Novak will have to tune in from the very first round as his opening opponent is the Korean teenager Hyeon Chung who is currently showing very good tennis and should be a decent challenge for any contender. In the second round World No.1 will likely play Ivan Dodig who tends to perform his best at this very portion of the season, which is unpleasant either. Agree? After beating the two (any objections?) Djokovic will potentially face Karlovic/Pospisil/Simon. No matter who it is, Novak will surely progress to the next round where he'll play one of the three Tsonga/Paire/Nishikori to secure a place in the Australian Open 2016 quaterfinals. We wish all the three could play Novak as all of them are quite promising, but the rules can never be broken. We guess that it will be either Tsonga or Kei Nishikori trying to beat Djokovic en route to the final eight.
Second quadrant analysis
There are many big names in this quarter, but the main favorites are Roger Federer, Nick Kyrgios and Tomas Berdych. We don't take Grigor Dimitrov into account as he'll have a confronting run towards the Swiss legend Roger Federer in the first week. Marin Cilic hasn't showed battle readiness so far and we expect to see nothing of his US Open tennis in 2014. Some words should be said about Nick Kyrgios. This youngster is full of firepower. Shall Nick beat Tomas Berdych in round three, there's every likelihood that he'll play Novak Djokovic in the quarters and put drastic pressure upon him (nothing is impossible). In case of Tomas' win, the Czech has almost no chances to stun Roger Federer and get into semis.
Third quadrant analysis
Nadal is still below his best but the great Spaniard should easily overcome the two opening rounds. After that he'll potentially face Jeremy Chardy who can be a tough opponent and stun Rafa. If not, then it can be Kevin Anderson (a dark horse of the Event) who showed very strong performance in the USA and will likely repeat it in Australia. Due to this knee injury, the South African hope hasn't been much into practice but his Auckland play was great. The best chances to get into quaters belong to Milos Raonic and Stan Wawrinka. The Canadian is definitely in a winning spirit and can achieve incredible results. His tennis quality is very delightful. As for Wawrinka, he is Wawrinka. We don't see him an ultimate champion but the Swiss is definitey capable of progressing into the last eight.
Fourth quadrant analysis
This is Andy Murray's section of the draw. The weakest quadrant of all. Maybe Fabio Fognini will have his work cut out or Bernard Tomic will pull the trigger? As for David Ferrer's part, its awesome. No opponents to mention. Let's hope that qualifiers will muddy such calm waters. And yes, the young German Alexander Zverev got a bad luck. He could make it through several rounds but for Andy Murray.
It's hard to talk about the potential quaters and semis claches but Dotennis expects to watch a repetition of the previous Australian Open final where Andy Murray will do his best to bring down the World No.1 Novak Djokovic.
It seems like we've mentioned all main characters of the upcoming blockbuster. Now let's wait and see!
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