May 27, 2022

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Djokovic against history, Nadal and Federer

Djokovic against history, Nadal and Federer

got to this point, Novak Djokovic, 34, wants to immortalize his name with a feat that puts him ahead of Federer and Nadal. This has always been his goal, and now he can beat it in a way that will make him the best tennis player in history. If he wins the US Open, he will not only top the list of players with the most Grand Slams, he now has 20 players like the Swiss and the Spaniard, but he will do something that only two men and three women can do. It’s no other achievement than a Grand Slam, as he lifted four major championships in the same year. “It will be my greatest achievement,” says Djokovic. His defeat at the Olympic Games for the Gold Slam (winning the Grand Slam and at the Olympic designation), which only Steffi Graf could complete. Among the men’s Grand Slam winners are Donald Page and Rod Laver, The only one to do so in the Open Era beat Andres Gimeno in Australia in 1969, Ken Rosewall in France, John Newcombe at Wimbledon, and Tony Roach in the US to complete it. This is the chronological description of the greatest history of tennis.