Printable Bracket for the 2023 Men's Australian Open Heading Into Round 3

David Kaestle
2023 Men's Australian Open bracket.
2023 Men's Australian Open bracket. / The Duel
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The 2023 Men's Australian Open is heading into the third round and many of the world's best players are still battling it out for the Tennis calendar's first major of the year. The tournament is set to kick off on January 15 and will end on January 29.

Rafael Nadal is the overall No. 1 seed on the men's side of things, but failed to advance past the second round. No. 2 seed Casper Ruud is still alive, though, as are No. 3 Stefanos Tsitsipas and No. 4 Novak Djokovic.

2023 Australian Open Odds

When it comes to the odds to win the 2023 Australian Open, it's now a different look going into the third round. Djokovic remains the odds favorite at +125, followed by Daniil Medvedev (+310), Holger Rune (+900) and Tsitsipas (+1000), according to the latest tennis odds on FanDuel Sportsbook.

So clearly, despite the seeding, the oddsmakers still think this is Djokovic's tournament to lose.

2023 Australian Open Bracket

If you're looking to follow along throughout the tournament or try and predict the winner of each match ahead of time, The Duel has created a printable bracket for the Australian Open.

To view, download and print this two-page bracket, head to this link here for the top half, and this link for the bottom half.

Be sure to check out all of The Duel's continued tennis coverage throughout the 2023 Australian Open.

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