Tyson Fury, Lewis Hamilton and Andy Murray will retire, Emma Raducanu will win Wimbledon, Jake Paul will fight Tommy Fury and Australia will win Ashes 5-0


After a crazy and unpredictable year in the sports world, attention turns to next year and what could possibly follow the events of 2021.

Betfair Sports Predictions 2022: Tyson Fury will retire, Australia will win Ashes 5-0, Emma Raducanu will win Wimbledon, Lewis Hamilton will retire and more …


The Briton’s achievements have been recognized and he is now Sir Lewis Hamilton


There are plenty of sporting events to come in the New Year after a crazy year in F1, boxing, tennis, cricket and more.

Betfair’s sports forecast for 2022

  • Australia win Ashes series 5-0: 7/4
  • Joe Root to be replaced as England tests captain: 1/3
  • Andy Murray retires from professional tennis: 5/6
  • Jake Paul will fight Tommy Fury: Evens
  • Tyson Fury Retires From Boxing: 6/4
  • Tyson Fury vs. Anthony Joshua: 2/1
  • Lewis Hamilton retires: 10/1

Betfair has put together some special predictions for these sports and what will happen in the new year.

Huge predictions for boxing include Jake Paul to finally fight Tommy Fury after their pair’s fight was altered as Fury retired late due to injury.

Tyson Fury could be close to fighting Anthony Joshua, but he’s also less likely to hang up after his huge win over Deontay Wilder.

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Fury claimed victory in one of the most entertaining fights in history

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Fury claimed victory in one of the most entertaining fights in history

Elsewhere, after Emma Raducanu’s fantastic year, she took home the SPOTY award and already Lewis Hamilton is the favorite to win in 2022 while the tennis star is a huge 9/1.

SPOTY 2022 winner

  • Lewis Hamilton: 5/1
  • Emma Raducanu: 9/1
  • Tyson Fury: 1/10
  • Harry Kane: 1/14
  • George Russell: 14/1
  • Anthony Joshua: 1/20
  • Katie Ormerod: 20/1
  • Raheem Sterling: 25/1
  • Dina Asher Smith: 25/1
  • Bruce Mouat: 25/1

But Hamilton is also tipped in bookmakers’ predictions to retire with the Briton who turns 37 in January and a grueling loss in the final GP of the season, but he’s already the favorite to get back on track to victory. ‘next year.

2022 Formula 1 World Championship winner

  • Lewis Hamilton: 4/5
  • Max Verstappen: 2/1
  • George Russell: 16/5
  • Charles Leclerc: 16/1
  • Carlos Sainz: 22/1
  • Lando Norris: 25/1
  • Sergio Pérez: 25/1

Meanwhile, the tennis star has huge promotions in the midst of his breakthrough year which is set to win another Grand Slam title.

Emma Raducanu 2022 Promotions

  • Emma Raducanu to win at least one Grand Slam in singles in 2022: 17/10
  • Emma Raducanu wins Wimbledon: 15/2
  • Emma Raducanu to win at least two Grand Slam singles tournaments in 2022: 15/2
  • Emma Raducanu winner of the Australian Open: 14/1
  • Emma Raducanu winner at Roland-Garros: 14/1
  • Emma Raducanu to win at least three Grand Slam singles tournaments in 2022: 50/1
  • Emma Raducanu to win all 4 Grand Slam singles tournaments in 2022: 200/1

Betfair spokesman Sam Rosbottom said: “In tennis it looks like Andy Murray could end a magnificent career as the three-time Grand Slam 5/6 winner retires from professional tennis. , tennis fans in the UK have a new star to cheer on and after an incredible performance at Wimbledon and a historic US Open victory Emma Raducanu has only 17/10 to repeat her Grand Slam success and win one of the major tournaments in 2022. It could be an unforgettable summer for the young tennis superstar, with his 15/2 to win a Grand Slam at home, Wimbledon.

“Raducanu was the 1/20 favorite to win the BBC Sports Personality of the Year in 2021 after defying the odds at the US Open. For the following year’s prize, she found herself at 9/1 to win it again with Lewis Hamilton, the 5/1 favorite.

“In boxing, the highly anticipated fight between Jake Paul and Tommy Fury was called off in 2021, but it looks like it could happen in 2022 with the Evens pair to finally fight.

“It will be hard to beat the excitement the 2021 F1 season has brought us with Max Verstappen significantly beating Lewis Hamilton to win a very first Drivers’ Championship. It looks like the rivalry is about to continue and Hamilton is the first 4/5 to reclaim his throne next year, with Verstappen just behind him at 2/1.

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