“Will Dedicate It To My Mother And Wife”: Novak Djokovic On Breaking Roger Federer’s Record of Number of Weeks at No.01


Novak Djokovic

World Number one Novak Djokovic has been breaking his rivals Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal’s various records one by one. And while Serb broke Spaniards ATP Masters 1000 record last month after winning the Italian Open 2020 title, he will break Swiss’s record of the number of weeks(310) at No.01 in the next March. 

Meanwhile, Serbian gets ready to play his best tennis and add many more points to his account in the upcoming days. At the same time, He also has a concern over his rival Rafael Nadal and the US Open champion Dominic Thiem’s interruption.    


However, one of the best moments in his career will be on Women’s day next year, March 8th. Djokovic believes that he will dedicate his victory to his lovable mother and spouse if he is crowned on the same day.    

In the recent conversation with Zurnal, 17-times Grand Slam winner said about breaking Roger Federer on Women’s day, “That’s right, and I can break the record for March 8. If that happens, I will dedicate it to my mother and wife.” 

“I Now Have Almost 2,000 Points More Than Nadal”: Novak Djokovic

While Djokovic is now holding a top place on the ranking table with 11,740 points, Nadal and Thiem are standing in second and third place with 9,850 and 9,125 points.

Serb continued, “I am not sure yet that I will break the record because it depends on Nadal and Tim how it will go by the end of the year, as well as on the next Australian Open, but I am in a very good position.” 

Novak Djokovic

Serb leads Spaniard by nearly 2000 points, and in the next four to five months, the ATP tours will be played on his favorite surface, hardcourt. It confirms Djokovic will break Federer’s record on women’s day.

Djokovic added, “It’s good for me. I now have almost 2,000 points more than Nadal, and that is a huge advantage, and I will try to use these opportunities.”

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