Novak star Djokovic is confident he can defeat his colleague Roger Federer in the battle for the Grand Slam title.
“I think I still have a lot to conquer with tennis. I believe I can win the most Grand Slams in history and break the record for number 1 in the world. These are my clear goals in the future, ”Novak Djokovic shared with In Depth with Graham Bensinger.
If you keep up your style, successfully preserving the score from now until the end of the year, Novak Djokovic will certainly surpass Federer to become the No. 1 player in the most weeks on the rankings, according to AFP.
Will Novak Djokovic be the most Grand Slam player?
With the coronation of the Australian Open 2020, Novak Djokovic raised the number of Grand Slams to 17. Currently, the Serbian tennis player is less than leader Roger Federer 3 championship, and the second is Nadal 2 titles.
“Federer may still be a candidate in the Grand Slams, but I don’t believe he has a desire in himself. However, let’s just wait and see. When big names retire, Nadal or Djokovic will be ended with the player who won the most Grand Slams, “former Swedish player Robin Soderling said
In addition, Novak Djokovic also holds the number of weeks ranked No. 1 in the world is 282 weeks. The Serbian tennis player is only less than American legend – Pete Sampras – exactly 4 weeks and Djokovic will soon flatten this record to rise to second in history. Meanwhile, the person who holds the record for number 1 week in a row is Federer, 28 weeks ahead of Nole.
After all, Djokovic thinks that he has the ability and health to fight until he is 40 years old. “I don’t believe in limits. I definitely want to continue playing for a long time, ”Nole set a goal.
“But I know that the number of tournaments I can attend will soon decrease. I could not play at this intensity in many different tournaments for a long time. I can play at 40 but will have to focus on the biggest and most meaningful tournaments for me, ”the 33-year-old closed the story.
Djokovic is not loved as Federer: Whose fault?
Love is something that can never be explained, therefore, people love Roger Federer and hate Novak Djokovic for very confusing reasons.
“Why is the majority of tennis fans never forgiving Djokovic for the” massive crimes “,” Kevin Palmer of Tennis365 writer Kevin began the analysis after Nole crowned the Australian Open 2020.
There is an injustice for Novak Djokovic here. How did a player who won 17 Grand Slam titles receive such harsh words?
Novak Djokovic was simply born at the wrong time. His rise came when a large number of fans split into two camps. One side loves Federer, and the other supports Nadal. It is also because Federer and Nadal constantly create top-notch performances, all seem to be caught up in their performance.