“I Can Keep That Run Going”: Novak Djokovic Optimistic Ahead of Wimbledon 2021


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Novak Djokovic (Image credits: Djokovic Instagram)

World No.1 Novak Djokovic needs one more title to tie with Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal in the Grand Slam race. Meanwhile, the Serbia superstar feels confident ahead of Wimbledon 2021.

In front of championships, the 19-time Grand Slam winner is now competing in the doubles event at the Mallorca championships. Therein, the 34-year-old from Belgrade spoke about the upcoming Grass court major event in SW19.

“I am going to play Wimbledon now, and hopefully, I can get my hands on the Wimbledon trophy again,” Novak Djokovic said

Serbian captured the Wimbledon crown in 2018 and 2019. But, last year’s event was called off due to the Coronavirus pandemic.   

Djokovic further continued, “The championship title run in 2018, 2019 and last year was not played, So hopefully, I can keep that run going.” 

“Every Grand Slam Is Like Mount Everest Climbing”, says Novak Djokovic 

Moreover, Wimbledon reigning champion has a win-loss record of 95-18 on the turf surface. But, most notably, he has won 48 out of 52 matches since 2013. 

“I am feeling good on Grass. I think I have improved a lot with my game on Grass over the years. Every Grand Slam is like Mount Everest climbing for a tennis player,” Serb added.

In addition, Djokovic has claimed five titles and a win-loss record of 72-10 in Wimbledon. In the 2019 championship blockbuster, No.1 seed Novak Djokovic outlasted No.2 seed Roger Federer in the thrilling five-setters in 4-hour and 57-minute. 

Serbian has a win-loss record of 27-3 and won three titles in 2021. Incredibly, Djokovic clinched his 18th Grand Slam title at the Australian Open following a three sets victory over Russian Daniil Medvedev

And he recently lifted his 19th major title after stunning Greek StefanosTsitsipas in a gruelling five-setters at the French Open. Novak was seeded No.1 in the Wimbledon.

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