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Below is the list of favourites who have made the journey to Melbourne this time round.
Nadal returned from a lengthy injury layoffs last year to reach the Australian Open final, seeded ninth, and renewed his vintage rivalry with Roger Federer, who won in five sets. He finished 2017 atop the rankings, becoming the oldest year-end No. Taking the last half of the 2016 season off to let his surgically repaired left knee heal did the trick for Federer last season, which he kicked off by winning his fifth Australian title and ending a long sequence of defeats in Grand Slam finals against Nadal.
On the international circuit, he is the only active player to have won his first career meetings against Nadal, Federer and Djokovic — establishing his credentials when he beat Nadal to reach the 2014 Wimbledon quarterfinals as a 19-year-old wildcard entry ranked No.
144Recent form: Kyrgios started 2018 in a positive frame of mind, beating defending champion Dimitrov in the semifinals on the way to winning the Brisbane International, his first title on home soil and first anywhere since 2016.
Dimitrov comes into 2018 on the heels of his best season to date where he finished at a career-high No.
3 and went 5-0 to win the season-ending ATP Finals.
Federer started the tournament with back-to-back five-set battles over Frances Tiafoe and Mikhail Youzhny, before he found his rhythm against Feliciano Lopez and Philipp Kohlschreiber.
He started 2017 by winning the Brisbane International title and then making a career-best run to the semifinals at the Australian Open, where he lost in 5 sets and almost 5 hours to Nadal.
Recent form: He failed to defend his Brisbane title last week when he lost to eventual champion Nick Kyrgios in the semifinals, but he appeared to be relaxed and confident and produced one of the highlights of the tournament by leaping over the net to help injured opponent Kyle Edmund in the quarterfinals.
Del Potro, by contrast, cruised through his opening three matches in straight sets, against Henri Laaksonen, Adrian Menendez-Maceiras and No. del Potro View Daily Schedule Nadal’s quarter-final opponent on Wednesday is #Next Gen ATP player Andrey Rublev.
11 seed Roberto Bautista Agut, before saving two match points and fighting back from two sets down for the first time in his career to defeat No. View Fed Ex ATP Head2Head matchups for the following matches at the US Open and vote for who you think will win! The 19-year-old Russian is the youngest US Open quarter-finalist since Andy Roddick in 2001.