The 2018 tennis season was a spectacular one which saw some mouth-watering encounters throughout the season.
Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, and Novak Djokovic split the four Grand Slams amongst themselves, with Djokovic winning two out of the four.
The season concluded with the ATP World Tour Finals in London, which saw Alexander Zverev come out on top against Novak Djokovic in straight sets to win his first ever Tour Finals title.
There were plenty of amazing matches throughout the year and in this article, we take a look at the top 5 men's matches of the year.
Rafael Nadal def. Juan Martin del Potro - Wimbledon Quarterfinals
Kyle Edmund def. Kevin Anderson - Australian Open Round 1
Kevin Anderson def. John Isner - Wimbledon Semifinals
Kevin Anderson def. Roger Federer - Wimbledon Quarterfinals
Alexander Zverev def. Damir Dzumhur - French Open 3rd Round
Now, with the top 5:
#5 Nick Kyrgios vs Grigor Dimitrov - Australian Open 4th Round
After winning his first title of the year in the first week itself at Brisbane, Australia's Nick Kyrgios was looking to get a big title under his belt in his home country.
After playing some sensational tennis in the first week, he was up against Grigor Dimitrov in the fourth round of the Australian Open. Dimitrov, who had won the ATP World Tour Finals just a few months prior to the match, continued his good run of form and played some exceptional tennis to send Kyrgios packing.
The shot-making between the two players was a sight to behold as they put on a show for the entire audience. Unfortunately, Australian hearts were broken as Dimitrov qualified for the quarterfinals where he ended up losing to Kyle Edmund.
Result: Grigor Dimitrov def. Nick Kyrgios 7-6, 7-6, 4-6, 7-6