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2024 Australian Open Men’s Singles Draw

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Novak Djokovic’s reign as Australian Open king is over.

Italian Jannik Sinner, the fourth seed, knocked out the 10-time champion Djokovic in the semifinals to reach his first Grand Slam final.

Sinner gets No. 3 seed Daniil Medvedev of Russia in the final after Medvedev rallied from two sets down to beat No. 6 Alexander Zverev of Germany.

It’s the first Australian Open men’s final to not include Djokovic, Rafael Nadal or Roger Federer since 2005 (Marat Safin d. Lleyton Hewitt).

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Djokovic was eyeing a record-breaking 25th Grand Slam singles title, and a record-tying 11th title at the Australian Open.

He had won 33 consecutive Australian Open match wins dating to his last defeat in the round of 16 in 2018.

In 2023, Djokovic swept the Australian Open, French Open and U.S. Open titles and was a set from winning the Wimbledon final against Carlos Alcaraz, just missing the first calendar Grand Slam in men’s singles since Australian Rod Laver in 1969.

Still, he tied and then broke Nadal’s record of 22 men’s Grand Slam singles titles, passed Serena Williams’ record of 23 Slam singles titles in the Open Era and tied Margaret Court’s record for major singles titles across all eras.

Nadal, likely in his final year before retirement, withdrew before the Australian Open due to a micro tear in a muscle.

2024 Australian Open Men’s Singles Draw

Australian Open 2024 Men's Singles Draw