The Olympic record in which Djokovic equaled Del Potro and goes for Federer


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The Olympic record in which Djokovic equaled Del Potro and goes for Federer

Novak Djokovic (1st) It’s in Tokyo 2020, chasing the dream of getting the Golden slam. But in addition to that historic achievement, the Serbian you could get another very important brand.

After beating Jan-Lennard Struff and reaching the knockout stages of the Olympics, the world’s number one reached ten victories in this type of competition between Beijing 2008 and Tokyo 2020. This way, He is the third tennis player with the most victories in the highest Olympic event, equaling Juan Martín Del Potro, Rafael Nadal and Fernando González.

If the one born in Belgrade passes the following rounds and hangs the gold medal, he will get the figure of 14 wins, surpassing the tennis player who has the most victories in the Olympic Games: Roger Federer (13).

In this way, the list with the tennis players with the most matches won in the Olympic Games is:

1) Roger Federer (13) -between Sydney 2000 and London 2012-

2) Andy Murray (12) -between Beijing 2008 and Rio 2016-

3) Juan Martin Del Potro (10) -between London 2012 and Rio 2016-, Rafael Nadal (10) -between Beijing 2008 and Rio 2016-, Fernando Gonzalez (10) -between Athens 2004 and Beijing 2008- and Novak Djokovic (10) -between Beijing 2008 and Tokyo 2020-

4) Kei Nishikori (9) -between Beijing 2008 and Tokyo 2020-


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