Novak Djokovic 2015 Australian Open Men's Singles Champion
The Australian Open gets underway next month and the world’s best tennis players will compete for the opportunity to win the first major title of 2016. Earlier this year, Novak Djokovic beat Andy Murray in the final to claim his fifth Australian Open title.

In 2016, Djokovic will be seeking his fourth Grand Slam triumph in five events and the Serbian currently stands alone as the greatest player on the planet. At the time of writing, he’s the leading contender with the bookmakers and many who are providing betting tips on the tournament believe that Djokovic will cruise to victory – here’s why.

Djokovic is the number one player in the world and is almost unbeatable on his day. The Serbian star has won ten Grand Slam title in his career and will be looking to add to his growing collection as he attempts to cement his place as one of the top-rated players of all-time. In sport, nothing is a given but Djokovic will be quietly confident of succeeding in Melbourne.

Not only is Djokovic the favourite for success at the Australian Open, he will be expected to win at least three of the majors next year. In 2015, he won three but fell short in the French Open as Stanislas Wawrinka snatched victory. One of the most popular views for tennis ahead of next year will be for Djokovic to win all four Grand Slam events and punters will need to keep your eye on the ball for various offers and betting tips at Bookies’ website.

It will take a minor miracle for Djokovic to lose in Melbourne. The HEAD Tennis Facebook page and “Follow” @head_tennis on Twitter

Novak Djokovic 2015 Australian Open Men's Singles ChampionThe 2015 Australian Open champions honour roll is listed in order of occurrence complete with the match scores for all 15 finals that were divided up into singles events and doubles events for girls, boys, women and men.

Quad Wheelchair Doubles – Final
[1] David Wagner (USA)/Andrew Lapthorne (GBR)
defeated
[2] Lucas Sithole (RSA)/Dylan Alcott (AUS) 6-0, 3-6, 6-2

Women’s Doubles – Final
Bethanie Mattek-Sands (USA)/Lucie Safarova (CZE)
defeated
[14] Yung-Jan Chan (TPE)/Jie Zheng (CHN) 6-4, 7-6(7-5)

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