US Open 2016- the World no. 1 in Men’s Singles is at stake

The current no. 1 in Men’s Singles, Serbia’s Novak Djokovic looks vulnerable with a wrist injury giving ray of hope to others to climb the spot after US Open 2016. Among all the top players like Nadal, Roger, Murray and Djokovic it is Andy Murray who is looking to dethrone Djokovic from the numero uno of tennis rankings. The battle is turning towards an uncertainty where it could be anyone’s crown for the last grand slam of 2016.

With 23.49cr as the prize money for men’s singles’ winner there is lot more at stake than just money. With consecutive Olympic Champion and Wimbledon title winner, Andy Murray is looking for his career’s best in this edition of US Open. As many top players are struggling with injuries the battle in men’s singles has turned in a way where Murray is winning alone in the race. While Djokovic has admitted that he is not 100% fit one can expect his early exit from the tournament.

The fab four of Nadal, Murray, Djokovic and Federer have led the pack for past two decades giving no chance to others to come in front. Now that except Murray all others are facing injury it will be difficult to predict even the semi-finalists, you may see all the four slots in the semis taken by new faces. With nothing to lose all the players will be giving their best shot at the court.

It is never been about the money when it comes to Grand Slam it is more about the pride and glory attached to the title that carries forever. The wind of change is here in men’s singles championship where there is no assurance for Djokovic repeating history. Every player would like to end the year with a grand slam win but tennis may see the dawn of new era in US Open 2016.