Novak Djokovic, the sprayer of records in 2021


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Novak Djokovic, the sprayer of records in 2021

Novak Djokovic does not settle for anything. Owner of an extraordinary tennis and a winning mentality that never ceases to amaze, the Serbian became champion at the Masters 1000 in Paris, where he displaced a great Pete Sampras mark. Also, in this 2021, he left behind the record that Roger Federer had in weeks as world number one and equaled the Swiss and Rafael Nadal in Grand Slam.

86 ATP titles, 20 Grand Slam, 37 Masters 1000 tournaments, 345 weeks at the top of the ranking and 7 seasons finished at the top. These are some of the many successes of the Balkan, who made tennis an art and took it to unimaginable limits. This year he was left with three trophies Majors and it took possession of several records of enormous relevance.

ANDOn March 8, Nole reached 311 weeks as the world leader and thus ended the reign of so many years of the Swiss Roger Federer (310), who still holds the record for consecutive weeks in first place (237).

In turn, at Wimbledon Cathedral, Novak Djokovic touched the sky with his hands when he was once again champion. After the victory in four sets against Matteo Berrettini, the Balkan equaled the Helvetian and Rafael Nadal in 20 Grand Slam titles, a number that even before its appearance on the circuit seemed unattainable.

On the other hand, this last week in Paris, the one born in Belgrade he won the 37th Masters 1000 trophy and was left alone as the top winner in that category, leaving Rafael Nadal (36) in the background. He also beat Medvedev in the fight for world number one and made sure to close the season for the seventh time as leader, leaving behind Sampras, with whom he shared the statistics.

But this is not all: at Roland Garros, beat Stefanos Tsitsipas in a great five-set match and won the trophy for the second time in his career in the French capital. In this way, became the first player to win at least twice each of the Grand Slam.

Novak Djokovic was born to break records and he is proving it in tournament after tournament. His next challenge will be to become champion at the ATP Finals in Turin.


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